Samuel Ribeiro

Outcasted. Slowly fading away.
Horror enthusiast, cinema lover.

Favorite films

  • The Exorcist
  • Halloween
  • The Thing
  • The Shining

Recent activity

  • Reptile


  • Deliver Us


  • Nowhere


  • Maniac


Recent reviews

  • Reptile



    My only issue here was that yes, it's a crime drama so it's supposed to be slow, but sometimes it's really really slow, and drags the story a bit too much, which helps to understand why this is over 2 hours long.
    But I did like the main characters, Benicio is very good as usual (not as good as Sicario imo, like I've been seing written here), and I just love to see Alicia again, she's so pretty, aged so well from that 90s teen princess to a lovely lady.

  • Deliver Us

    Deliver Us


    This one opens up with a blast: Creepy and gory, a very unsettling start that made me hope for a solid take on nunsploitation of some sort.
    But, ultimately, Deliver Us, doesn't deliver.

    Despite its strong start, still it had a long way to cover up to the almost 2 hour mark.

    It becomes "nunsensical" really, tries to some how cross the bridge of the nunsploitation genre to something like The Omen, failed imo, which is a shame because the…

Popular reviews

  • Talk to Me

    Talk to Me


    Forget all about ouija boards, this is the real shit, and i dare anyone who, back in the day as a school kid, wouldn't give this a go...!!!

    One of the things that i love in horror is that it can be presented to us in so many different ways and still look good, but unfortunately there aren't many good ones being relesead.

    This one hit the mark for me!

    It's gory without being a mess, jumpy without having clichés…

  • No One Will Save You

    No One Will Save You


    This could have been so much more fun I guess, but that last act ruined it for me.

    Until then, the movie had barely gave me a moment to catch my breath, I was really into it, feeling every minute of this low fi horror flick, and how much it was accomplishing on such a tight budget.
    The protagonist was great and the fact that this barely has any dialogues was a good idea imo, because it allows us to totally focus on every detail of what was going on.