• Brainscan



    Way more fun than it has any right to be! A great 90’s horror

  • The Munsters

    The Munsters

    Unquestionably, the worst reboot/remake of a beloved franchise I have ever seen. Despite being helmed by a man who claims to be a fanatic of the original series, this film fails to replicate any of the charm, chemistry, wit, inventiveness, or heart of the classic Munsters.
    I really wanted to give Rob & co. the benefit of the doubt here, but this is just such a baffling let down. It felt like an Ed Wood movie, but not the “so bad…

  • Our Father

    Our Father


    Horrifyingly fascinating story, just a little too dramatized in its execution.

  • The General

    The General


    “There’s nothing Chaplin ever made that’s as good as The General,” said Orson Welles and I wholeheartedly agree. The General is not only the greatest silent movie ever made, but it may just be the greatest American film ever made. It’s not dragged down by the sentimentality used in the other Civil War films of this era, instead replacing it with a subtle, reserved dignity.

  • Hellzapoppin'


    Madness. Beautiful madness.

  • The Cameraman

    The Cameraman


    The last truly great film of Buster

  • Groundhog Day

    Groundhog Day


    This movie never fails to routinely amaze me. A perfect film.

  • Krampus



    Haven’t seen this since it was in theaters. I forgot how wonderful the practical effects are. It deserves 3 stars based on that alone.

  • Baby's Day Out

    Baby's Day Out


    A guilty pleasure of mine since childhood. I unashamedly still laugh at parts of it.

  • Planes, Trains and Automobiles

    Planes, Trains and Automobiles


    Love is not a big enough word for how I feel about this movie.

  • Home Sweet Home Alone

    Home Sweet Home Alone

    The worst of the franchise — which is saying a lot.

  • The Return of the Living Dead

    The Return of the Living Dead


    Essential October viewing