My top 4 are my top 4 picks from whatever my head feels is appropriate.
My reviews are not to be trusted.
Native American Spirit Shark. Childhood blood oaths. Father and son bonding. Dead tiger sharks! This film has it all.
Blood in the water and love in our hearts! Duck yeah.
Yesterday I needed Blood Lake. I needed it to take me to a lake in Oklahoma. I needed it to play quarters with me. I needed it to give me some hair metal and some drinking you buttholes.
Love it forever and a day.
I like a solid no budget film that is full of Halloween City Vomit. Evil magicians, evil clowns. Fun traps.
This film is sorta like if you asked your Christian
Aunt to describe the Rob Zombie music video you showed her in 1999. She has fuzzy recollection, but know there was guy with dreadlocks and lots of evil yucky stuff Jesus doesn’t care for.
I grew up in a small town in rural Southeast Kansas named Fort Scott. Gordon Parks grew up in Fort Scott. The Learning Tree is a beautiful shot, heartbreaking, probably more true than false view of racism in Fort Scott.
Every couple years I revisit this movie. It’s nice, I get to see really great things like Gunn Park in the fall. I get to see the city courthouse. There is a gazebo in the yard of that courthouse, my…