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  • The Beyond
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  • The Rules of Attraction
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  • The Menu


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Pinned reviews

  • The Munsters

    The Munsters


    I'm really glad Mr. Zombie got to live out his ultimate fantasy of having his dearly beloved hotwife with Graf Orlock and Frankenstein's Monster (instead of just putting extreme focus on her ass like all his other movies). Him just sitting in a formerly used electric chair stroking as he watches it all unfold.

    I was really hoping John C. Reilly would reprise his role as Herman Munster in this and it would be an entry in the Licorice Pizza…

  • Project X

    Project X


    Problematic at times? Undoubtedly. But I don't know, I thought this was a lot of fun.

    This movie has been burning in the back of my brain for a few years now and I honestly don't know when, why, or how that started. I was pretty entrenched in the world of movies in 2012 and remember nothing about this or the hype/controversy surrounding its release. Maybe I hadn't completely shed my horror/cult movie elitism yet and waved off any talk…

Recent reviews

  • Bones and All

    Bones and All


    If I had a dollar for every time me and the homies were laying under the coffee table at a sleepover and something bad happened to someone's finger...

    Nintendo thumb. I'm talking about Nintendo thumb.

  • The Menu

    The Menu


    Cheeseburgers über alles.

Popular reviews

  • Detainment


    Reason #397 Why You Should Not Have Kids: They might kill another kid. OR they might grow up to be a disrespectful filmmaker.

  • The Devil and Father Amorth

    The Devil and Father Amorth


    I had to run a screening of this for an event at work tonight. Friedkin was there and I got to spend a good amount of time with him which was definitely more enjoyable than watching the movie from the booth with audio coming through the monitor. In case anyone was wondering, William Friedkin doesn't "need no condiments" on his "hotdog sandwich."