• The Man Who Would Be King

    The Man Who Would Be King


    Caine and Connery go off to make their fortune the way imperialists do. Fantastic film, watch it every couple years and I always love it!

  • In Your Face

    In Your Face

    Terrible boring by-the-numbers coming of age teen film featuring paintball. The classic mark of a quality film is a poster that features no characters that appear in the film, no one uses that type of gear setup either... Even more sickening is the amount of paintball companies that signed on to produce this film. What a waste of money...

  • The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

    The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen


    You know, for as much crap this film got from day 1 of its release, I actually think its not quite deserving of its infamously bad reputation. Now before you write off that opinion, I still don't think this is a good movie, but its enjoyable in its stupidity at least. This is the same type of big-studio-stupid-enjoyable that a same film like Batman Forever posses. But that film seems OK to like unironically, but not this one? Honestly the…

  • Blood Tide

    Blood Tide


    “Hey... you get me a melon.”

    woman brings James Earl Jones a watermelon and a knife.

    “Who told you to bring a knife? You don’t cut watermelon with a knife...”

    *punches the melon and it explodes all over himself*

    this is truly great cinema.

  • Death Rage

    Death Rage


    Some great 70’s aesthetics on display as Yul Brynner goes to Naples to collect a check. I mean kill a guy. Actually his kills like 8 guys. Eventually he is killed and the film ends. Also he’s followed around by some kid who looks sorta like Michael J. Fox but isn’t.

  • The Remains of the Day

    The Remains of the Day


    As usual Anthony Hopkins steals the show. Watching a man so entrenched in his work that he simply cannot break out of his shell, even when you can tell he desperately wants to, is heartbreaking.

  • Slipstream



    Always great to have absolutely no likable or relatable characters in your post-apocalyptic sci-fi romp. Bill Paxton is the "protagonist" but when he's not sexually assaulting women he's spouting pathetic attempts at banter with a robot. Bob Peck as the android is about the only character that works here. Mark Hamill shows up every 20 mins to kill people off-screen or talk about how much he loves god and hates everything else.

  • Murita Cycles

    Murita Cycles


    Touching and somewhat sad short doc that looks into the life of a eccentric bike shop owner by his son. Well filmed and wonderfully edited, it hit close to home. I feel most people who watch it will see parts of people they know and love in this man.

  • Hubie Halloween

    Hubie Halloween



  • Barry Lyndon

    Barry Lyndon


    I'm a huge Kubrick fan, and bought the Criterion Bluray of this film having never seen it before. I look upon this film and admire its masterful execution and aesthetic, but just don't love it the same way I love other Kubrick films. The main character is just too unlikable for me. Even when he's trying to be heroic by rescuing a man from a burning building, its only because of the potential to gain favor from saving a high…

  • House



    Best Supporting Cat is an Oscar that should exist. Blanche the Cat is adorable.

    This film never takes itself too seriously, and every time you see that emerald glitter in the Aunt/Gorgeous/Cat's eye you know some crazy stuff is about to go down. I love that little skeleton that keeps dancing in the background of every scene it's in.

  • Ator, the Fighting Eagle

    Ator, the Fighting Eagle


    Gets an extra half star because of the adorable bear cub that follows the main characters around the whole movie. Other than that this film is another Italian trashfest about a dude who wants to bang his sister.