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Favorite films

  • Dirty Harry
  • Violent Cop
  • Goodbye, Dragon Inn
  • Zodiac

Recent activity

  • Ator, the Fighting Eagle

  • Grown Ups

  • Monster Hunter

  • Beeswax

Recent reviews

  • Ator, the Fighting Eagle

    Ator, the Fighting Eagle

    JDA’s first excursion into the sword and sorcery genre. Tbh the trip is drenched in banality and apathy. Quite the disappointment on my end. It did bring about a number of sequels, which JDA directs most of if I’m not mistaken. The titular Ator does have a cute bear cub that accompanies him through his adventure, as well as the gorgeous Roon. Both these side characters kept my attention from faltering, thus guiding me to the end of the picture.

  • Grown Ups

    Grown Ups

    “Dads rock” cinema.

Popular reviews

  • Erotic Nights of the Living Dead

    Erotic Nights of the Living Dead

    I’ll get the negativity out of the way first. One of my good friends found this on an OOP dvd a few years back and gave it to me as a gift. And cheers to him for knowing who I am, the part that is upsetting is the fact that two versions were put out on said dvd. There was an unrated 100 minute cut, and there was the original 111 minute uncensored x-rated cut. Sadly, the one I have…

  • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri


    This was messy. Just did not connect with this at all. Certain scenes were quite enjoyable, but not structured well enough as a whole to add up. McDonagh’s style worked well in “In Bruges” and to a certain extent in “Seven Psychopaths” but they worked well because of the fictional world that he created. “Three Billboards” feels too much set in our world and yet he continued to play by his rules. That felt like a cheat, therefore showing the…