Jeremiah Dollins

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Favorite films

  • The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
  • Blade Runner 2049
  • Speed Racer
  • The Cotton Club

Recent activity

  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind


  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind


  • Confess, Fletch


  • Hell House LLC Origins: The Carmichael Manor


Pinned reviews

  • Phantom of the Paradise

    Phantom of the Paradise


    My eyes snapped open at 2am on my bed in the Intercontinental Hotel in San Francisco. Someone had stacked not just rocks, but boulders on top of me. My stomach churned. My breath labored. My head swirled with the strength of a typhoon. I needed to vomit, but I could barely move, and the harder it was to move, the more panicky I became. Nothing could have prepared me for this.

    And it was all Brian De Palma’s [1] fault.

    Nine hours…

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    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Look Beneath the Floorboards

    Take control of your story . . .

    Fictional director Frederick North hisses these seductive words to Enid Baines[1] on the set of his sequel to the disturbing Don’t Go Into the Church[2]. The slithery director lurks in the darkness behind his camera, shooting Enid in 4:3 16mm[3], conjuring the darkness in her soul. It is a darkness she has fought so hard to restrain for years that she denies its very existence.

    Enid is dressed in a…

Recent reviews

  • Hell House LLC Origins: The Carmichael Manor

    Hell House LLC Origins: The Carmichael Manor


    I really enjoy this low budget, found footage series. Connecting the burned down Abbadon Hotel to a remote millionaire’s mansion was a cool idea. Cognetti found a clever way to build upon his story’s lore without sacrificing a story with actual stakes. Rebecca and Margot’s relationship is among the most engaging of the entire series—it helps that both actresses are quality performers in a series that has struggled to find quality performances.

  • Insidious: The Red Door

    Insidious: The Red Door


    Everyone is working hard, but the franchise is out of ideas.

Popular reviews

  • Romeo & Juliet

    Romeo & Juliet


    Disclaimer: I am a high school English teacher. I mainly teach Freshman English. Shakespeare's ROMEO AND JULIET is a required text. In 15 years, I've taught it about 10-12 times. So, it should be duly noted that I am hypercritical of any adaptation of a play with which I am incredibly familiar.

    ROMEO & JULIET sucked. It is the worst adaptation of this play I've ever seen, and that includes high school stage productions, which make up for their lack of…

  • A Shot in the Dark

    A Shot in the Dark


    It's hard for me to judge A SHOT IN THE DARK based on its own merits, as I usually do, because I watched it on the request of my son, Tommy. Tommy is almost 14, and has autism. For the last few years he has been obsessed with film composers. He can recite the IMDb filmographies of most with savant-like precision, and often corrects me. His current favorite is Henry Mancini, and he asked me to sit down and watch…