Favorite films

  • Requiem for a Dream
  • A Clockwork Orange
  • Evil Dead II
  • The Big Lebowski

Recent activity

  • Watch Me When I Kill


  • Nope


  • Elemental


  • Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny


Pinned reviews

  • Gwendoline



    I can't believe I forgot to review this when I saw it... so now a month later (give or take) I'm going to have to go mostly on memory.

    This movie was like one of those completely sexist, racist problematic pulp magazine covers come to life. It was hyper-masculine to the point of misogyny. And I was just completely bedazzled and enthralled by the film's commitment. It was like a feature-length NC-17 Old Spice commercial set in the Indiana Jones-verse.

  • Howling: New Moon Rising

    Howling: New Moon Rising


    Hooptober 9 #9

    A failed sitdromedy pilot about the simple and colorful folk living in the last bastion 'Murican town in the cactus clusterfuck west that stitched on a braincell-scrunching side narrative made out of millstone about wolf people body jumping.

    To call this psychotronic is to understate its case for being a singular work of cinema that can evoke emotions we've thankfully never had to come up with words for. Let me try one: Frustratiomazement. I was frustratiomazed with…

Recent reviews

  • Beau Is Afraid

    Beau Is Afraid


    Beau Is Afraid, for future generations, should be used as a dare to watch through while stoned on anything.


    The movie was, in just about equal measure, daring, disorienting, massively self-indulgent, iconoclastic, uncomfortable, horrific, and darkly funny.

    The film plays out literally like a string of nightmares. And there's just enough of a thread of storyline to make you try and follow the plotline longer than you should (before just allowing yourself to let go). It is a tough

  • Neon Maniacs

    Neon Maniacs


    Just realized I should probably link to when I appeared on The Grindbin Podcast to dissect this film. Enjoy it here!

Popular reviews

  • The Funhouse

    The Funhouse


    I was really picking up what Tobe Hooper was putting down. Seriously, how is there not more buzz around this movie as an all-time classic?!

    Now one of my favorite opening credits of all-time. And a PERFECT example, just like with Creepshow, of creating a pre-code horror comic on film. The shots and set pieces and colors were on-point. The characters were sufficiently caricatured to be ludicrous. And the plot mechanics are just terrific.

    The set up is way bigger…

  • The House of the Devil

    The House of the Devil


    My first Hooptober movie of the season, and I'm glad to have started with it.

    At multiple points I forgot that this movie came out in 2009. The dedication to not just the style of the era, but also to the cinematic style of the era, was admirable.

    There was nothing revolutionary here in terms of plot or horror, really... it was just a very well-done horror flick. West's ability to generate suspense is among the best of working directors.…