• The Predator

    The Predator

    this film is hilariously fucking bad. i genuinely cannot recommend it enough, u will have a hell of a time watching it.

  • Halloween



    this was actually fucking awesome. i had high hopes for this and it near enough lived up to all of the hype for me personally. the way michael and laurie's relationship is presented is nothing short of fantastic - i haven't seen anything like this in a horror before, and it was a really interesting dynamic. 

    the film has a 'retro' feel that also worked really well for me. it isn't too on the nose at all, only being used…

  • Gerald's Game

    Gerald's Game


    a (mostly) excellent and genuinely riveting thriller, featuring great performances from the majority of the cast. the film is very intense, and keeps this up throughout most of its runtime. The film is consistently excellent... up until the last 10 minutes. I won't go into detail but this is the poorest ending to a film I've seen in a long time. 

    Definitely check this out anyway, as it's pretty great regardless.

  • Blair Witch

    Blair Witch

    Makes Book of Shadows look like The Godfather.

  • House



    The cinematic equivalent of dropping acid.

  • Wiener-Dog



    The thought of people going to see this expecting a wacky Marley & Me-esque comedy is hilarious. You have no idea what you're getting into when you watch this.

  • Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

    Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas


    Absolutely essential viewing from Terry Gilliam. Potentially the most enjoyable film ever made, it's two straight hours of mayhem. Depp is at a career high here with his eerily accurate portrayal of Hunter S. Thompson. Benicio Del Toro and Tobey Maguire also give excellent performances. 

    If you consider yourself a lover of film, then you owe it to yourself to watch Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. If you're looking for a new favourite, then you've come to the right place.

  • Fear Itself

    Fear Itself

    Literally footage of other good films with some pretentious narration added over. What is the point of this?

  • Independence Day: Resurgence

    Independence Day: Resurgence


    This film is fucking bizzare. Just the weirdest blockbuster I've seen in years. Did I like it? Well yeah, kinda, but no not at all either.. 

    Is Independence Day: Resurgence self aware? Does it know how odd it is? This film has genuinely left me baffled. There's hilariously bad dialogue, and the character development is near non-existent. But for some reason, this film feels smarter than that, as if it's all intentional...

    Independence Day: Resurgence is the most surreal experience I've had in the cinema all year, and is (probably) worth your time.

  • Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

    Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping


    An absolute must-see for fans of The Lonely Island, or even comedy in general. Popstar is a near-perfect satire of the music industry of 2016. This hit all the right notes (heh) for me personally.

  • Gutterdämmerung


    Viewed at Download Festival 2016.

  • Green Room

    Green Room


    Like Frank, but with nazis.