Favorite films

  • Top Gun: Maverick
  • It Follows
  • Heavyweights
  • Tropic Thunder

Recent activity

All
  • The Vanishing of Sidney Hall

    ★★½

  • The Raid

    ★★★★★

  • Father of the Bride

    ★½

  • Beyond the Black Rainbow

    ★★½

Recent reviews

More
  • The Vanishing of Sidney Hall

    The Vanishing of Sidney Hall

    ★★½

    I never heard of this so I figured I would give it a shot.  The direction of this movie feels like 3 parts and by the end it all comes together.  Pretty well directed and interesting story. Well acted.  Elle Fanning is so good at showing emotion she can be heart breaking and funny at the same time.

    HBO Max

  • The Raid

    The Raid

    ★★★★★

    This takes me back to the mid to late 90’s martial art films that were coming out by the handful.  Except for this one is so much better.  The choreography of the fight scenes are unbelievable and so entertaining.  The sound effects with my sound system were also off the chain my walls were rattling during the gun fights.  There’s not much to the story and there doesn’t need to be; it’s action packed from beginning to end; love it!  I’ve never checked out the sequel but plan on it tomorrow.

    HBO Max

Popular reviews

More
  • The Stepfather

    The Stepfather

    ★★★½

    This movie is so Lifetime before Lifetime!  It’s not a perfect movie with some weird direction from the director; but my God Terry O’Quinn plays a great psychopath.  The beginning of the movie is one of the best openings to show you exactly who we’re dealing with.  I love how when O’Quinn’s character decides to change families and personalities he has to ask himself; “Who am I here?”.  There we’re a few scenes that made me gasp in shock, which hardly happens anymore.  

    Shudder

  • Night of the Living Dead

    Night of the Living Dead

    ★★★★★

    The Last drive In with Joe Bob Briggs; I love the information he brings to these films, even on such a classic like this.  When I was a kid the first time I watched this (way too young), it really didn’t scare me too much until it got to the end with the black and white stills of Ben being pulled out of the house with hooks.  That’s when it felt real and I couldn’t get the images out of my head, well done George Romero, well done!

    Shudder