Ian Lindsey

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Favorite films

  • Repo Man
  • Videodrome
  • Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!
  • All That Jazz

Recent activity

  • The Zone of Interest


  • Scooby-Doo! Ghastly Goals


  • Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness


  • Shatter Dead


Pinned reviews

  • Despiser



    This is the kind of movie that makes me feel bad for people that never go cinematic dumpster diving. Yeah, you slog through a lot of boring garbage but every once in a while you find a Despiser.

    Recently I've been thinking a lot about the reasons I love super low budget trash movies and how that's changed over the years. I originally came to them very much through the "so bad it's good" riffing philosophy. There's still an element…

Recent reviews

  • Choices: The Movie

    Choices: The Movie


    Project Pat saws a man's arm off and this has a real all timer of a soundtrack. Otherwise, it's an above average but surprisingly chill low budget DTV heist gone wrong movie.

  • Welcome to Blood City

    Welcome to Blood City


    Despite some shortcomings, this oddball sci-fi western blends together too many of my favorite things for me not to enjoy it. There are people hunted for sport and profit, a maybe virtual world with its own set of rules, a dystopian surveillance state, and saloon fights.

    Despite a lack of accents and that fact that this was a theatrical release, the tone and pacing feel right in line with British genre TV from around the same time. I like that…

Popular reviews

  • The Wolf House

    The Wolf House

    This is a difficult film to rate especially when many of the references ended up going right over my head. The Wolf House is the story of Colonia Dignidad told through a fairy tale/nightmare about a girl who takes up residence in an abandoned house while running from a wolf.

    Colonia Dignidad was a compound in Chile that for decades housed a cult led by Paul Schafer, a German who fled his country to escape charges of pedophilia. The colony…

  • The Little Hours

    The Little Hours


    Could have used more witches and turtles but that holds true for most movies.