Favorite films

  • Nightcrawler
  • The Handmaiden
  • The Girl Who Knew Too Much
  • Fighter in the Wind

Recent activity

  • .com for Murder


  • Project Viper


  • Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse


  • White Rush


Recent reviews

  • .com for Murder

    .com for Murder


    Watching older movies try to tackle the Internet as a form of horror or thrills usually leads to some hilarity based in our modern knowledge of how things really work. Here, we don’t really get that outside of some “hacking” and “mainframe” buzzwords. Otherwise its done quite well.

    However, this also makes it a bit boring and comes across like an episode of a 2000s era cop show that is doing a very special episode of the dangers of chatrooms.…

  • Project Viper

    Project Viper


    I can’t even tell if this is good or not on any level, because its just so boring. Outside of triggering my “I should watch Species again” reflex, because it has a similar plot minus the sexiness...and it literally steals scenes from it, there's just nothing much here.

    ➡️Masters of Schlock & Awe #5 - Jim Wynorski

    Patrick Muldoon is the hero and he is even duller to watch than the good-for-TV CGI of the hentai-xenomorph that is our main threat.…

Popular reviews

  • John Wick: Chapter 4

    John Wick: Chapter 4


    Some people can be so overwhelmed by the beauty and artistry of a painting and what it makes them feel, they begin to cry. During one of “final” shootouts in this 4th entry of a stunning franchise, I was so euphoric at what I was seeing and how it was captured in a thrilling crane shot, the artistry behind the craft of all the bodies, guns and actions onscreen, the straight-up beauty of the cinematography that made me mouth water;…

  • The Base

    The Base


    Mark Dacascos should’ve been a megastar, and I think this every time I watch one of his old films. He is a sexy, charming badass with a warm energy who also can portray stone-cold violent fury.

    ➡️Masters of Schlock & Awe #4 - Mark L. Lester

    He doesn’t get to show off his maximum powers, either as a physical or dramatic performer here; but Lester still hooks him up and makes him one of the main attractions.

    Surprisingly, Tim Abell as…