Favorite films

  • Black Christmas
  • Demons
  • Dragged Across Concrete
  • Tremors

Recent activity

  • Demons


  • My Bloody Valentine


  • Night of the Living Dead


  • Godzilla


Recent reviews

  • Demons



    An all-timer spooker. See this if you haven’t, I gushed last year about it. Anything you could want in a Halloween flick shows up here, and then some.

  • My Bloody Valentine

    My Bloody Valentine


    HOOPTOBER 8.0 - Film #4
    Six Decades
    4 Films From 1981

    Quite a thrill! There's some obvious influences here, the unsettling breathing of the killer, reflective of Halloween, or the small town and communal charm, reflective of Jaws, but I think what this film does well overshadows that. Slashers usually have somewhat of an ensemble, and it's very hard to make an ensemble work within the genre, but My Bloody Valentine mostly succeeds in that regard through performance. These characters…

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