Drew Schnoebelen

Drew Schnoebelen


Work for Penguin Random House. I basically read books (also known as pre-movies) for a living.

Favorite films

  • John Wick
  • Step Up 2: The Streets
  • Jurassic Park
  • Clue

Recent activity

  • Spaceship Earth


  • Old

  • Gunpowder Milkshake


  • Fear Street: 1666


Pinned reviews

  • Cats


    Holy Shit. 

    First and Foremost, we should have Andrew Lloyd Webber arrested for making this abomination a possibility and simultaneously give him a lifetime achievement award for entertainment in cinema. 

    There will never truly be something written that captures the chaos that IS this film. It’s one of the most upsetting, ugly, inconsistent, bizarre, hilarious, beautiful, confusing, fun, stupid things I have ever seen on screen. From cats dancing on people’s graves to the way every human sign in London…

Recent reviews

  • Spaceship Earth

    Spaceship Earth


    Never underestimate the power and determination of a group of theater dorks

  • Old


    The name of the famous rapper in the movie (one I refuse to spoil) is so deeply funny that I will never recover from hearing it. 

    The inevitable twist was that I too lost years of my life watching this film.

    this same thing happened to my friend Dave

Popular reviews

  • Zack Snyder's Justice League

    Zack Snyder's Justice League

    Oof, this shit sucks. I know this movie is *THE DISCOURSE* but man, this is so bad and it’s genuinely shocking to me that people are like “wow, so much better! He did it!” This is a slog in slo-motion using horrible CGI with a mismanaged soundtrack and the life drained out of it. It’s bad. 

    This is about the justice league so let’s go through them.

    Ezra Miller is swinging for the fences in every scene, just having a…

  • Black Widow

    Black Widow


    A Marvel movie in IMAX. My happy place. 

    I’ve read all the “this feels like phase 1 marvel” takes and honestly, I disagree. I think this is a fantastic “origin” story (we mostly knew her origin but adding the family, sure) that irons out all the origin story kinks that tend to plague those kind of films.

    A great cold open sets it all up (literally The Americans and hell, gimme a prequel series with Weisz and Harbour doing super-Americans,…