Chris Salt

Chris Salt


Killing me is not going to bring back your apples.

Favorite films

  • Eyes Without a Face
  • Possession
  • House
  • Carnival of Souls

Recent activity

  • Time Without Pity


  • Sentiment


  • The Silence Before Bach


  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings


Recent reviews

  • The Blob

    The Blob


    I think this was my first horror movie. Not sure how old I was but it was on TV and I was super excited about it and my parents let me stay up late specially. I made it as far as the old dude poking the blob with a stick and getting his arm eaten and I was out.

    So anyway, this was my second viewing and I'm proud to say I made it all the way through this time. It's a fun, somewhat clunky creature feature and McQueen is clearly in a completely different league to everyone else

  • Peninsula



    This suffers a bit for having the Train to Busan name attached to it. Taken on its own, it's an entertaining enough Resident Evil/Army of the Dead style zombie action romp with some overwrought family dynamics and the familiar post-apocalyptic thunderdome setup. It can't hold a candle to Train though, and if you go in expecting more of that then I can see it being a disappointment.

Popular reviews

  • Vive L'Amour

    Vive L'Amour


    This is a glacially paced study of three desperately lonely people who all live alone in the same Taipei apartment, often at the same time.

    On a fairly superficial level, Ming-liang Tsai appears to be Taiwanese cinema's answer to Bela Tarr. We get long, stately shots of Mei, Ah-jung and Hsaio-ang going about their daily lives, sitting in bare rooms, smoking, sleeping. There are moments of deadpan humour and tenderness but the overwhelming impression is one of urban isolation. These…

  • Dry Summer

    Dry Summer


    Not to make light of an important piece of world cinema or anything but "evil Turkish Mario" popped into my head quite early on and never really went away.