Favorite films

  • Star Wars
  • Alien
  • RoboCop
  • Fast Times at Ridgemont High

Recent activity

  • Malignant


  • Lisey's Story


  • Spiral: From the Book of Saw


  • Godzilla


Recent reviews

  • Malignant


    Oh my god, MALIGNANT is HILARIOUSLY bad. I don't even know where to begin. It's like James Wan's A SIMPLE FAVOR or Paul Feig's INSIDIOUS. The script is bad, the acting is bad, it's just an absolute mess from top to bottom. It's like an Evanescence music video with jump scares.

    The cast is filled with variants. There's Not-Angelina Jolie, Not-Keanu Reeves, Not-Florence Pugh, hell there's even a Not-Wanda Sykes. If you've got HBO MAX and love trash, you've got…

  • Lisey's Story

    Lisey's Story


    1) The writing, direction, performances, cinematography, production design - it’s staggering, really. On par with Flanagan’s recent work; one of the best things to come out of the King renaissance; truly something special. It is truly horrific and heartbreaking and yet so cathartic and loving. Julianne Moore, Clive Owen, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Joan Allen, Dane DeHaan - this ensemble is INCREDIBLE.

Popular reviews

  • Uncle Peckerhead

    Uncle Peckerhead

    Guys, see UNCLE PECKERHEAD immediately. GREAT characters. GREAT performances. GREAT music. It's so funny and smart and GENUINE – it's a fantastic punk rock horror-comedy with heart, and you can feel the passion of everyone involved emanating from the screen. RENT IT NOW!

    Vibes: GREEN ROOM, DEATHGASM, with a dash of SCOTT PILGRIM VS THE WORLD and WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS. David Littleton is so endearing as Uncle Peckerhead and Jeff Riddle, Chet Siegel, and Ruby McCollister rule major ass.

    Man, I feel good after watching this and that's probably the highest praise I can give something right now.

  • VFW



    For me, one of the most satisfying and viscerally thrilling cinematic plots is the siege scenario, in which an individual or a small group is barricaded or trapped — often in a single location — with overwhelming obstacles and unforeseeable circumstances they must overcome. The great thing about the siege motif is how malleable it is, appearing across a number of different genres; action (DIE HARD), comedy (HOME ALONE), drama (PANIC…