Favorite films

  • High and Low
  • The Candy Snatchers
  • Zero Woman: Red Handcuffs
  • Rabid Dogs

Recent activity

  • Soylent Green


  • Gamera vs. Guiron


  • Karate Girl


  • Crack House

Recent reviews

  • Gamera vs. Guiron

    Gamera vs. Guiron


    Imagine if Seijun Suzuki's punishment for his insolence of continuous indulgence in irreverence was to exile him from yakuza flicks and to instead make a Godzilla Vs Monster Zero knock off for six year olds. Only for him to immediately be back on his bullshit with a cheeky candy store colored giant monster farce. Just think of Gamera in the Joe Shishido role. Stoically delivering slabs of over the top comedy violence. He even rubs his cheeks!

  • Land of the Dead

    Land of the Dead


    Romero having to conform to aughts era Hollywood nu-metal horror to finally make his long awaited fourth Dead flick came together like a peanut butter and sushi sandwich. The rapid fire plotting that doesn't let an ounce of atmosphere sink in, the eyesore CGI gore, plastic video game violence, the 'just the fact's ma'am' flat cinematography... Sure, Universal rushed the movie through production but you'd think that George had thought up a few magic moments during the twenty year gap…

Popular reviews

  • City of the Living Dead

    City of the Living Dead


    "Suicidal Preacher - Hangs Himself - Unfaithful Servant - Goes Straight To Hell!"

    Italian horror movies are pretty open to the fact that they exist completely outside of reality. Some say they're unbothered by reason but that's a massive understatement. These movies have madness in their very DNA. Sculpted with hazy, phantasmagoria and adorned in gruesome, blunt force shocks. No point in burdening yourself in prose when you can craft vile, nightmare poetry with reckless abandon. Character arcs, plot development,…

  • Malignant



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Someone decided to spend millions remaking Basket Case as a two hour nu-metal video. A big Hollywood movie shamelessly stealing from a cult oddity so it can soullessly cosplay as camp. For once James Wans egregious video game cut scene directing isn't the worst thing about his movie. Now he's a hack and a thief.

    Take us away climate change. It's our time.