Favorite films

  • Return of the Jedi
  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
  • Logan

Recent activity

  • Child's Play


  • Zatoichi's Conspiracy


  • Zatoichi in Desperation


  • Cult of Chucky


Pinned reviews

  • Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

    Borat Subsequent Moviefilm


    I had to steal Wifie passcode from neighboring country for access to moviefilm about delivery of prodigious bribe to American regime for make benefit once glorious nation of Kazakhstan, as the great Amazonia has yet to shrink moviefilm into disc for player. Great success! While Moviefilm has more script than first of Borat trip to US & A, Borat make great success spreading Virus all over world while make fun with left and right, east and west, feminist and supreme-ists, male…

  • Batman



    Batman takes on four of his arch-enemies at once! One of the silliest, campiest live-action films one can find is also the first live-action non-independently-produced superhero film - 1966's Batman. I don't think I've seen this one for 30 years and honestly I think I had forgotten that I had seen it in my youth, confusing this film with the television series that followed with the same actors and costumes. In watching it, however, I recalled the best memories of…

Recent reviews

  • Child's Play

    Child's Play

    Totally removed from the original story by the introduction of a new robotic doll, this one really only vaguely resembles the original paranormal hit as this one carries zero supernatural themes. For a spoiler - the doll here is really nothing more than a robot with an AI unrestricted in its learning capacity that sees a bunch of kids laughing at Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 the first night it's awoken. The original Child's Play is hands down the much better…

  • The Blind Swordsman

    The Blind Swordsman

    An incredibly obscure documentary on Shintaro Katsu as he directs some episodes of the Zatoichi television series. I found this one at the end of my Criterion Zatoichi collection. Personally I thought it put Katsu in a badlight as it filmed him drunkenly stumbling around and ordering people about. I guess being a Japanese director you get used to that kind of thing though. All in all there really wasn't much else here, other than Shintaro dancing and lecturing his children on sex.

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Popular reviews

  • Apollo 13

    Apollo 13


    A giant film in cinematic history. This film might not have been the first historical drama, but its critical success cemented the genre as a big-budget money maker on the big screen, which documentaries had been seemingly trying to do since the inception of the film industry. There's really no telling how many more people have seen Niel Armstrong land on the moon in the introduction of this film than have actually pulled the events up on you-tube or elsewhere.…

  • The Suicide Squad

    The Suicide Squad


    I think one reason this one has such high marks is because it's a ton of laughs. Rarely are Super Hero flicks this funny. I seriously couldn't stop laughing. And then we got Harley's bloodiest 5 minutes in cinema, which is saying something after Birds of Prey. It goes without saying as everyone who has seen it has unanimously agreed that this is hands down the best Suicide Squad movie. It easily gets 5 stars from me and is actually…