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Still from Joe Dante’s Gremlins (1984)

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  • Devil



    Meh. This just isn’t a great movie. I remember I was super excited to see this in theatres, and was really let down by the religious tone of the film that it pushes. Frankly, after you’ve seen it once and the reveal is known, there isn’t really a reason to see it again. Very mediocre, but I don’t hate it.

  • Pet Sematary II

    Pet Sematary II


    This was a lot better than I expected. Not a great film by any stretch, but entertaining, and I enjoyed the comedic aspects that were introduced later in the film. Not something I’d watch terribly often, but an interesting follow-up to the original. I liked it better than I would’ve imagined.

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  • American Psycho

    American Psycho


    I have to admit that I was never a big fan of American Psycho until today. I have seen it before and couldn't understand what all the hype was about. Today I realize my large mistake. American Psycho is one of the funniest, most fucked up satires I have ever seen.

    Christian Bale is absolutely stunning as the sociopath Patrick Bateman. The difference in his speech from wooden, rehearsed nonsense to passionate violence is something to behold. Without Bale, this…

  • Camp Dread

    Camp Dread


    This is a surprisingly solid low-budget slasher film. Loved seeing the main character from Sleepaway Camp playing in this as an adult. Lots of references to '80s slashers, and solid enough for what it is.