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Pinned reviews

  • The Stand

    The Stand


    "M-O-O-N, that spells mediocre."

    I'm not quite sure how to approach this review so I'll start by saying that over the last couple of years I've become an avid Stephen King fan. I remember the moment that it happened like it was yesterday. I was bored to tears waiting for my bus so I quickly popped into my local charity shop to find something to occupy my time. That's when I saw a cover with a Nosferatu looking figure next…

  • Manhunter



    “Manhunter” is my favourite film of all time and it’s the film that changed my life.

    This review is filled with spoilers and it's going to go deep into my lore. I figured I needed to give the appropriate history as to why this film means so much to me. So, if you’re even remotely interested, kick back and allow me to stroll down memory lane for posterity sake.

    So, for the majority of my life I was never really…

Recent reviews

  • Morbius



    I've been in and out of sleep with a pretty gnarly fever over the last few days (hence the lack of activity) and so far this has been one of weirdest days I've experienced in quite a long time. I've just logged off of Twitter after seeing Kanye West unironically praising Hitler and spewing some of the most insane antisemitic shit I've ever heard. Shit so wild even Alex Jones looked sheepish. To make matters worse Kanye was wearing a…

  • Black Sabbath: The End of The End

    Black Sabbath: The End of The End


    "The End of the End" is a solid, if somewhat muted, last dance of the true pioneers of what we know today as heavy metal. This film mixes live performances of some of their classics as-well as a couple of rehearsals and interviews/hangout sessions. I will say that watching Ozzy try and get in tune with his harmonica for the intro to "The Wizard" was kind of adorable. It was great to see Ozzy, Tony and Geezer all come together…

Popular reviews

  • Charade



    "Charade" is the most Hitchcockian Hitchcock that Hitchcock never Hitchcocked.

  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind


    I think it goes without saying amongst fellow film aficionados that we all love films, especially the great ones. However, through years of watching films I've noticed that there seems to be that one film which is hugely popular, yet when you sit down to watch it you can't understand why it's held in such high esteem. For me it's only happened a couple of times, but I unfortunately have to add "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" to the…