Favorite films

  • Clearcut
  • Man Bites Dog
  • The Blair Witch Project
  • Descent Into Darkness: My European Nightmare

Recent activity

  • The Borderlands


  • Territorial Behavior


  • Livescream


  • Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City


Pinned reviews

  • Schindler's List

    Schindler's List


    "No dry eyes during the screening of Steven Spielberg's historical masterpiece! I know I had to wrangle a few rogue tears several times myself! Near the end when Schindler collapsed from grief and guilt and everyone gathered round him to console him I totally lost it! Because by then the full brunt of what I had just witnessed hit me like a ton of bricks!

    A film where no one in the audience is allowed to remain a bystander! No…

  • Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter

    Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter

    To be honest I bought into this campfest hook line and sinker when I spied the title! It was like dangling catnip before my very eyes! I couldn't resist!

    Obviously the entire world had gone completely fruit loops for this aberration to even exist! I pray the very foundation of humanity doesn't collapse with a blink of an eye once my rating is recorded!

    Definitely not a feast for the eyes, it had the look and feel of a 70s…

Recent reviews

  • The Taking of Deborah Logan

    The Taking of Deborah Logan

    A solid entry in the Found Footage genre that is due in part to the characters relatability factor, thus making it easy for the audience to be empathetic towards their nightmarish plight. Both Jill Larson's (Deborah Logan) and Anne Ramsay's (Sarah Logan) made all of that possible by way of their genuine heart rending performances.

    As blatantly implausible as the story may be I was more than willing to take that journey with them. Of course what we the audience…

  • Clearcut



    I'm a huge fan of films dealing with folklore and even more so of films depicting folk horror and this film goes out of its way to deliver on both fronts. This film deals specifically with Canadian Indian Lore involving the legendary Wisakedjak aka Trickster.

    A mischievous spirit that is a master of chaos and mayhem, there is definitely a method to his madness that oddly enough teaches valuable life lessons. Especially those lessons dealing with mother nature. I'll leave…

Popular reviews

  • Nightcrawler



    It would be easy to write director Dan Gilroy's (directorial debut) neo-noir crime thriller off as just another story about a sociopath when clearly it is about so much more! It is a scathing commentary on a corrupt media where ratings trumps the basic principles of ethics, integrity and morals!

    "If it bleeds it leads" mentality reflects man's primal bloodlust! We've essentially replaced gladiators slaughtering Christians in Roman arena's with the network news!

    And if you take it one step…

  • Grave of the Fireflies

    Grave of the Fireflies


    I NEVER thought I'd see the day when an animated film could bring me to my knee's with gut wrenching, crippling emotion!

    One of the greatest war films ever to grace the screen!

    Yes it is animated but it is NOT! I repeat.. it is NOT for young children!

    My heart aches for Akiyuki Nosaka the author of the devastating semi autobiographical novel the film is based upon!

    Naughty Approved!