Favorite films

  • The Craft
  • Fright Night
  • The Final Girls
  • Uninvited

Recent activity

  • Tremors 2: Aftershocks

  • The Parts You Lose


  • Hack-O-Lantern


  • Dude Bro Party Massacre III


Pinned reviews

  • Puppet Master

    Puppet Master


    There are some very cool visual effects in Puppet Master. Unfortunately, the characters fall into two categories: bland and sleazy. Though I do like the feisty witch with the stuffed dog! I also like the puppets though they are little more than killing machines for most of the runtime. The best parts are the beginning and end of the film when we get to see more of their personality.

    Recommendation: This is a Full Moon classic for good reason. It's…

  • The Gingerdead Man

    The Gingerdead Man

    On a rewatch, I was really impressed with the performances. They're not amazing but for a Full Moon feature, they're pretty good. I also liked the characters. The biggest thing holding this one back is the tone which goes from intense thriller/drama to campy comedy.

    Recommendation: It's a cheap Chucky knock-off. If you enjoy similar movies like Jack Frost (not the Michael Keaton one!), you'll probably like this one too.

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Popular reviews

  • Hounds of Love

    Hounds of Love


    Very disturbing and difficult to watch. Sort of a study in domestic violence and abusive, controlling relationships. It's filmed beautifully, the acting is great and it's well-paced. In fact, it feels almost too real at times and makes you feel dirty for watching it.

    This isn't the kind of film you watch to enjoy and I doubt it's one I'll ever rewatch, but I'm sure Hounds of Love will stick with me for some time.

    Recommendation: Rent it.
    Be sure to follow it up with some cute cat videos.

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    Edgar Wright is continually evolving his style. With Last Night in SOHO we see his best visuals yet. The vibrant colors recall musicals like Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1959) and Giallo films like Orgasmo (1969).

    The editing is amazing. There is an incredible dance number that cuts between Thomasin McKensie and Anya Taylor-Joy so seamlessly that it looks like magic.

    Thematically the story delves into the dangers of romanticizing the past. Something all too relevant to our nostalgia-crazed culture. Impressively the…