Favorite films

  • Predator
  • The Fall of the House of Usher
  • The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
  • Femme Fatale

Recent activity

  • You Only Live Twice


  • tick, tick...BOOM!


  • Octopussy


  • Ghosts of Mars


Recent reviews

  • Holidays



    Another gimmicky horror anthology, worth a look for two of its eight segments: the minimalist Easter, which is an imaginatively grotesque children's nightmare fable that bears the conspicuous stylistic imprint of The Pact-director Nicholas McCarthy, and especially for the dread-suffused, doom-laden determinism of director-to-watch Anthony Scott Burns' Father's Day.

    The remaining shorts, while slick in execution and largely watchable, range from mediocre whiffs (New Years Eve, which almost works thanks to a commanding turn by Lorenza Izzo), to the genuinely loathsome (Kevin Smith's Halloween, recognizably his within about ten seconds), with most of them sharing a common strain of casual sexism bordering on misogyny.

  • Mortal Kombat: Annihilation

    Mortal Kombat: Annihilation


    Elder God: "The fate of the Universe will be decided as it should be. In MORTAL KOMBAT!!!" *cue '90s Eurodance theme over indifferently choreographed martial arts fight staged like garbage*

Popular reviews

  • The Cowboy and the Frenchman

    The Cowboy and the Frenchman


    The first ten minutes of this are hilarious, and then it drags on for another fifteen.

  • Enemies Closer

    Enemies Closer


    [Van Damme picks an apple from an old man's garden] "Organic, good man. When I was a little boy at my grandmama's place, she had a lovely goose. I named her Édith, after the French singer Édith Piaf. I truly loved that goose. Everybody thought it was funny. Then one night when we were at dinner, my grandmama said to me 'Édith tastes good, no?' I ran out of that table, I puke up, I cry like a child. Ever…