Favorite films

  • Halloween
  • Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
  • City of the Living Dead
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy's Revenge

Recent activity

  • Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan


  • Obi-Wan Kenobi


  • The Guyver


  • They/Them

Pinned reviews

  • The Evil Dead

    The Evil Dead


    The ultimate Cabin in the woods. 

    A headstrong manic panic descent into low budget hyper terror demon crazy. Audacious, innovative, and most importantly... scary, this movie does more with less than most pictures do with piles of cash as genre hooligans Raimi, Tapert, and Campbell achieve euphoric gore drenched viscera of the highest order. A game changer, beyond influential, and one hell of a genre monolith, The Evil Dead rests buried back a bit in the trees... waiting for fresh tendril viewers to peak…

  • The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

    The Texas Chain Saw Massacre


    A trip to no-hopesville—a spiral into unhinged southern gothic terror.

    A beautifully shot slice of sun-choked Texas sizzle that’s 110% certified grade-A impenetrable to critique, and one of the most important films ever made—horror in its purist form. The kind of raw sweat-drenched monolithic genre art that extinguishes a symbolic flame of hope inside of you, leaving but an empty husk of a viewer... forever changed.

    The ultimate horror film.

Recent reviews

  • Men



    I was super stoked for this and sure it has the best intentions but a bit over cooked gif my tastes. I think I’m becoming immune to message movies (or even just movies in general at this point) because no matter what the message isevery time I watch one I feel like the guy in this commercial.

  • The Gray Man

    The Gray Man


    Decent dopey 90’s action movie vibes. Didn’t love it… didn’t hate it… but it was solid late night slop to wash the edibles down and it did it’s job.

Popular reviews

  • Malignant



    Malignant feels like an unhinged James Wan directing a Corman produced Sam Raimi supernatural giallo-esque grindhouse joint written by Frank Henenlotter.

    This is James Wan’s Ghosthouse, an everything to 11 pulpy trash kitchen sink movie that doubles down on the gore while still pulling off those slow zoom tense set-pieces he’s become known for. It looks gorgeous, I loved the score, and it uniquely meshes genres while upping the frantic nature of big budget late summer horror with Wan’s usual…

  • In the Tall Grass

    In the Tall Grass


    Lawn of the Dead.