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  • Jaws



    1975 | Steven Spielberg | Roy Scheider | Richard Dreyfuss | Murray Hamilton | Fear the Water | Book Adaptations

    “Jaws” still remains a masterpiece. A groundbreaking film that not only kicked-off the career of one of the greatest directors of all time, Steven Spielberg, but also invented the summer blockbuster and changed film and the industry forever. The impact this film had is indescribable and goes beyond the film world, as it scared generations out of the water.

    Additionally, this is one amazing book adaptation. Just finished reading Peter Benchley’s book…

  • Aftersun



    2022 | Cinema 2022

    “I can’t see myself at 40, to be honest. I’m surprised I even made it to 30”.

    “Aftersun” hits hard. An insanely good directorial debut from Charlotte Wells.

    Paul Mescal and Frankie Corio are unbelievably phenomenal. Like, they are so good and so authentic. Seriously impressive and Frankie Corio delivers one of the best child-actor performances I’ve ever seen.

    The score is absolutely fantastic, the cinematography beyond beautiful and the editing just so good. The film looks absolutely…

Recent reviews

  • The Lawnmower Man

    The Lawnmower Man

    Stephen King | Book Adaptations | Shorts

    I really like the short story and this is a very faithful adaptation of the pure madness that one is. Very cheap and very homemade, but decent enough.

  • Dating Amber

    Dating Amber


    2020 | Best Soundtracks

    Rewatching this, “Dating Amber” just further cemented itself as one of my favorite films. And Amber might be one of the coolest characters of all time!

    That scene in Dublin, when they first see the gay club, go in and there’s the drag queen singing is one of the most beautiful scenes I’ve seen in so long. How both of them look and how much their eyes say in that scene and the later scene in the club…

Popular reviews

  • Scream



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    2022 | David Arquette | Scream | Slasher | Cinema 2022

    For Wes

    Best Cinema experience I’ve had in like forever. 

    I can’t write about this film without spoiling, so do not, under no circumstances, read this review before you’ve seen the film. I want everyone to have a great and spoiler free experience with the film.

    The original “Scream” is my favorite horror film, even one of my top 3 films in general. I love the film and all of it’s sequels, even the third one. So…

  • Scream VI

    Scream VI


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    2023 | Radio Silence | Jenna Ortega | Scream | Slasher | Cinema 2023

    Written and directed by Richie Kirsch

    Once again, I can’t write about this film without including spoilers and giving away many major things, so please, don’t read this if you haven’t seen the film yet. It’s a great film, so go see it.

    After last years “Scream”, I completely trusted Radio Silence and everyone else involved. “Scream” 2022 is an amazing film and I was pretty sure that they’d deliver once again. And they did.