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  • Mandy



    Amazing. I was enthralled from start to finish, Nicolas Cage is doing good shit again and it's great to see.

    Mandy is a movie tailor made for me and my interests. When I imagine the type of movies I would want to see, This is the type of film I would think of.
    My favorite film of 2018 so of course I highly recommend it.

    9 Nicolas Cage screaming into the abyss outta 10

  • The Christmas Chronicles

    The Christmas Chronicles


    Kurt Russell is and always will be hair goals. Even when he's playing Santa Claus that dude has some flawless locks.
    He probably washes his hair with heaven's glow.
    The only person who comes close is maybe Brendan Fraser circa George of the jungle

    The movie is a decent 6 out of 10
    But I give Kurt Russell's hair 10 outta 10

  • Cam



    I assume the amount of Chaturbate the filmmakers had to watch to research Cam is enough to make anybody go insane.
    (Not implying cam work is wrong or anything, it's just a taboo subject)
    But it's all good because the movie is actually pretty decent. Nothing groundbreaking tho....

    Tip 500 tokens to read the rest of this review! Come on guys we're so close to the goal!

  • The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

    The Ballad of Buster Scruggs


    Tom Waits makes a pretty good Uncle from RDR 2. Shame about his lumbago though.

    3 of the stories are quite good, 3 of the stories are not that good. I'll let you decide which ones I like.
    (Spoiler alert the Liam Neeson one is my least favorite)

  • Mac and Me

    Mac and Me


    I honestly like Mac and Me. No irony whatsoever, it's probably because I watched it a lot as a kid. Even moreso than E.T. and yes I just typed that sentence, but in my opinion this shouldn't have been in MST3K because it's a little too known. One of the great things about MST3K is finding obscure bad gems and breathing new life into them, this film and Atlantic Rim is far more suited for Rifftrax.

    I drank a Coke…

  • The Cure

    The Cure


    "the best cure for a disease is friendship"

    Are you sure about that?

  • Summer of 84

    Summer of 84


    This movie has so many great qualities, that I always really appreciate in films. The trouble in surburbia motif, the main characters being kids, and of course the radical 80's.
    There's just something about films like this or The 'Burbs for instance, where an idyllic neighborhood has something sinister hidden underneath the surface. While not quite as good as the excellent Turbo Kid Summer of '84 is certainly a winner in my book.
    But yes even I'll admit the 80's nostalgia is getting a little hamfisted at this point.
    Like we get it The Popples and cocaine was awesome.

    But regardless 4 stars check it out!

  • Halloween



    Twas pretty great. Don't have much to say except go and see it, reminded me of Scream 4 in how it goes back to basics while also being it's own thing. Certainly not perfect nor better than the original. But who are we kidding? That was always going to be the case.

    I would certainly be murdered by Michael Myers, because I broke one of the cardinal rules of horror films after seeing this. I'm not going to tell you what. You weirdo.

  • Deadtime Stories

    Deadtime Stories


    So so bizarre, especially the third segment. If you like weird cinema, which if you don't then why are you reading my reviews? You'll most certainly enjoy this insane trash. I highly recommend it.

    I honestly don't know what the third segment was even doing in this movie but it's weirdly my favorite? Like I'm probably going to think about it for a few days, like I want to see more of those 4 and their kooky adventures.
    If anybody wants to write that film with me hit me up.

  • Like Father

    Like Father


    Kelsey Grammer and Kristen Bell dancing and singing to Styx is one of my favorite scenes of 2018.
    It's the little things.

  • Sleepaway Camp

    Sleepaway Camp


    Film 2 of The Last Drive In Marathon with Mr. Joe Bob Briggs, the more I watch Sleepaway Camp the more I love it. So I'm certainly glad this was the second movie of this hard- to- believe it's real event.
    It was fun seeing in the chat people's geniune reaction to seeing the big reveal at the end as well.

    It was really cool that Felissa actually showed up, hopefully there is more guests throughout.

    Next Up: As Joe Bob says David Cronenbergs "daybutt" film Rabid
    (I'm probably going to sleep through this one, not a huge fan)

  • Tourist Trap

    Tourist Trap


    Oh Shudder I love you but I'm very disappointed. You promised Joe Bob but half of your subscribers can't see him, we had to resort to Twitch.

    But Tourist Trap was a good choice to begin, I won't watch the whole marathon because that's insane but I will sporadically check in.

    Long Live Joe Bob Briggs!
    Next Up: Sleepaway Camp