Favorite films

  • Mothra
  • Invasion of Astro-Monster
  • Terror of Mechagodzilla
  • Godzilla vs. Megalon

Recent activity

  • Godzilla


  • Son of Godzilla


  • Mindfield


  • How to Make a Monster


Pinned reviews

  • Hellraiser



    Spooky Season Ranked (2022)

    Oh, no tears, please. It's a waste of good suffering!

    I need to confess something, lest it continue to weigh heavily on my blackened heart and icy soul. To seek absolution for a past transgression, before it consumes me. You see, somewhere, over the past couple of decades, I seem to have lost my way. Had a crisis of faith, so to speak. I appear to have forgotten just how much I loved the original Hellraiser

  • The Fly

    The Fly


    Scavenger of Human Sorrow (A Spooky Season Marathon)

    Spooky Season Ranked (2022)

    Brundle: The Modern Prometheus

    I'm an insect who dreamt he was a man and loved it. But now the dream is over... and the insect is awake.

    This is it, folks. Ground zero. The epicenter of my lifelong obsession with goopy creature effects, body horror, and gore. The film that turned me to the dark side and left lasting scars on a fragile, young mind.

    You see, my…

Recent reviews

  • A Christmas Story

    A Christmas Story


    ❄️❄️🎄🎅🎄 Merry Xmas!!! 🎄🎅🎄❄️❄️

    Watched with Jozlyn

  • Pearl



    Ok, yeah. I liked this more than X. Mia Goth is amazing here and I loved the confession scene. Toxic entitlement unleashed. The OG Karen. Man, that crazy smile over the credits. Chilling.

    Watched with Jozlyn

Popular reviews

  • Godzilla: King of the Monsters

    Godzilla: King of the Monsters


    So, I'm not entirely surprised that this is getting mixed reviews. I think it's something that afflicts the Godzilla franchise as a whole, rather than just this latest film. In my opinion, there are two main reasons why people dislike certain Godzilla films.

    First, we must consider the fact that Godzilla is just not for everyone. It's a very niche franchise that began as a series of sci-fi B-movies, featuring actors in rubber monster suits wrestling amongst, or demolishing, miniature…

  • Suicide Club

    Suicide Club


    In 1990, Sion Sono traveled to the US to study at UC Berkeley. He claims to have spent the entire time he was there (around 15 months) watching B-movies and porno films, at a rate of about 5 films a day. He decided, during this period, that he would return to Japan and make the kinds of films that Japan would hate. And so he did. From what I've heard, most Japanese people hate Suicide Club. Well, that's their loss…