Supertramp has written 5 reviews for films rated .

  • Countdown

    Countdown

    Countdown is an interesting movie and makes a bold move. Rather than being original or scary, it's a run of the mill blumhouse horror movie that's bland even to their standards. Oh wait, this isn't blumhouse? Could have fooled me. That's even worse considering how this film steals so many tropes and trends just to get more people to see the movie. Let's review the checklist:

    Concept involving technology: Check!

    Lazy and predictable jump scares you can see coming from…

  • Red Sonja

    Red Sonja

    It's a pretty bad sign when Arnold Schwarzenegger is the BEST actor in your movie. P.S. I love how, in the poster, Arnold is bigger than Sonja.

    A long time ago my Dad showed me "Red Sonja" thinking I'd really like it. After the movie I turned to my father and disowned him forever. Just kidding, love you Dad! But seriously this movie is awful.

    I'm just going to cut to the chase of my least favorite aspect: Brigitte Nielsen…

  • Tell Your Children

    Tell Your Children

    This whole movie takes place inside this guy's butt. That explains why it's so shitty.

    Me and my brother just saw "Reefer Madness" (or "Tell Your Children" idk) and boy was it a dumpster fire if I ever saw one! This was a film I've been wanting to check out for a while. I've seen some reviews and the Rifftrax of this movie, so I thought I'd give it a shot on my own, but this time I watched it…

  • Atlas Shrugged: Part I

    Atlas Shrugged: Part I

    This week I watched Atlas Shrugged. Yes, really. No I was not forced to by my right-winged relative, nor did I have to watch this for a class. I deliberately picked it up at my library and watched it. Why? Well, because I want to be more open to different movies. I don't want to avoid a movie just because I heard some people didn't like it, even if it's as bad as this film. Also I think it's good…

  • Even Dwarfs Started Small

    Even Dwarfs Started Small

    Letterboxd: a community where Woody Allen's "What's Up Tiger Lily" is bashed, but this shit is apparently comedy gold.

    F*ck this movie. I hate this film. A lot. This movie is one of the worst cinematic experiences I have ever had. I have a deep burning passion for my contempt of this film. If I had a choice to start the world over again, and I could remove one thing either, Mosquitos, The Holocaust, or this movie... well I think…