Paul Corupe

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Favorite films

  • Jason and the Argonauts
  • Crime Wave
  • Murder by Contract
  • Smile

Recent activity

  • Follow That Sleigh


  • Gremlins


  • Jack Frost 2: The Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman


  • The Enforcer


Pinned reviews

  • Lost Faith

    Lost Faith


    Shot in Florida, this Christian SOV action epic from director/writer/producer/star (and Tim Ritter associate) Joel D Wynkoop features plenty of roundhouses and probably even more yelling. As martial arts prodigy "Steve Nekoda," Wynkoop yells at the cops who don't do anything after his wife is kidnapped, screams at the toothless gang who mistake him for a former member, and howls in rage at The Master, the head of a white slave ring who Nekoda must face in the climax. After…

  • Hijacked to Hell

    Hijacked to Hell


    An action-packed Indonesian remake of WAGES OF FEAR? Not quite, but this is as close as it gets, with John Phillip Law, local leading man Barry Prima and (Captain Kronos himself) Horst Janson hired to transport a goddamn giant laser cannon across the country to free trapped miners. After a tedious and talky first third, the trio climb into a heavy duty flatbed truck and the film lets fly with wild stunts, big explosions and a notable body count that…

Recent reviews

  • Brand X

    Brand X


    Putney Nope

  • Flight to Hell

    Flight to Hell


    Y'know, I always felt that ALIENS could have used more mini-golf.

Popular reviews

  • Forrest Gump

    Forrest Gump


    A saccharine, self-mythologizing piece of American agit-prop. Interesting how this borrows a few things from Back to the Future, as Gump plays a role in American historical events of the 1960s through the 80s, but it’s borderline insulting in its depiction of the other “normal” people in his life who, the film suggests, only need to be blissfully dumb like Gump to be happy. That he is shown to play such a large part in American history seems to speak less about his own remarkable life and instead trivializes important events.

  • Two Evil Eyes

    Two Evil Eyes


    If you plan to kill your girlfriend's cat and lie about it, there are two important things to remember. The first is not to take photos of the murder. The second is not to publish those photos as the cover of your next book. Harvey Keitel does both these things, while wearing a beret.