Favorite films

  • Psycho
  • The Shawshank Redemption
  • Back to the Future
  • Star Wars

Recent activity

  • The Day the Earth Stood Still


  • The Card Counter

  • Volcano


  • Malignant


Recent reviews

  • The Day the Earth Stood Still

    The Day the Earth Stood Still


    Have watched and rewatched this black and white sci-fi movie a bunch of times over the years. Yeah, some of it is dated; the cars, the way people talk and dress, but the fear and prejudice toward the unknown are relevant in 2021. Special effects for the time the film was made are good and it reminds me of a movie-length Twilight Zone episode. Gort the robot for the win.

    Michael Rennie plays "the spaceman" pretty wooden and close-guarded and…

  • The Card Counter

    The Card Counter

    Where does one even start with this boring, stupid movie? Characters introduced like "USA!" guy with no point. A boring plot about a PSTD convict who learned out to count cards and goes from city to city playing cards, oh snd throw in the usually awful Tiffany Haddish as a love interest who gets the guy into a poker tournament that has no resolution? Save your time and avoid this busted hand.

Popular reviews

  • Doctor Sleep

    Doctor Sleep


    At the end of this movie the early screening audience started clapping.

    Video Review - just left the theater (no spoilers)

    Perhaps the best horror movie sequel I've ever seen because it doesn't try to be a significant rehash of what came before, it draws inspiration and excitement from the source material but it isn't a clone.

    I hoped I'd like this, because I loved The Shining novel and movie. A young, ferocious Stephen King writes a masterful novel, then…

  • 1917



    The one continuous camera shot might seem like a gimmick, but it's the real deal. Just try and figure out where the film is cut from the beginning. It's an engaging way to shoot this film that adds a level of depth and immersion that accentuates the overall story and creates a compelling viewing experience.

    Video Review - just left theater (no spoilers)

    It's a simple plot, yet effectively told through the camerawork and mostly two actor focus. Two soldiers,…