• Becky



    A little thin, but tightly focused in its brutality. Not as fun as it might've been – it's pretty grim – but was definitely worth catching.

  • Human Lanterns

    Human Lanterns


    Fast coming to grips with the fact that no Shaw Brothers film will ever be as weird as Boxer's Omen. Still, pretty pretty pretty good. That mask is superb.

  • DTF



    Watching a documentary fall apart at the same time as its subject is trainwreck fascinating. This is not a great film, nor is it an easy viewing experience, but it is certainly something which had me rapt.

  • Ip Man

    Ip Man


    Those fights are legit. The one on ten is pure wonder.

  • The House with a Clock in Its Walls

    The House with a Clock in Its Walls


    The first hour equates "wacky" with "weird," and gets a little tiresome, but the last half hour or so gets legit fun and goes for broke. It gets actual weird – like, the way an awkward 10 year-old gets weird – and becomes the movie I had hoped for. Roth's movie doesn't knock it out of the park, but as a starter kit for spooky kids, it's not bad.

  • The Babysitter: Killer Queen

    The Babysitter: Killer Queen


    Uneven as hell, but defs fun.

  • Vivarium



    I wanted weird. I got weird.

  • Red, White & Wasted

    Red, White & Wasted


    Watching my wife get pissed off while viewing was almost as fascinating as the pure trash fest on display in this doc.

  • Chuck Berry: The Original King of Rock 'n' Roll

    Chuck Berry: The Original King of Rock 'n' Roll


    Those reenactments are just ... ugh. So dumb. Not bad, but watching a buncha old white dudes talk about Chuck Berry is pretty cringeworthy. Also, if you know Chuck Berry's story at all, the only solid stuff are the interviews with his family.

  • Death of Me

    Death of Me


    It's 1/3 WICKER MAN,1/3 ROSEMARY'S BABY, & the rest is vacation horror in Thailand. MYSTICS IN BALI lite.

  • 12 Hour Shift

    12 Hour Shift



  • Howard



    Startlingly impressive career in such a brief time. Shockingly saddening. I appreciate the lack of talking heads. It makes the story more about Ashman than it would be otherwise.