Martin (Anthropomantic Fiend)

Martin (Anthropomantic Fiend)

Lover of Horror, Metal, and all things Macabre! I have a Youtube channel as well. He/they, Aromantic Asexual.

Favorite films

  • Beetlejuice
  • Crimson Peak
  • Anna and the Apocalypse
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

Recent activity

  • Bit


  • Pulse


  • Dolls


  • Interview with the Vampire


Recent reviews

  • Pulse


    Not sure if this movie is what my mental health needed today…

    I’m still kinda processing my thoughts and feelings on this one. What it manages to do really well is use ghosts (of a kind) as a metaphor for depression. The horror here is about the kind of loneliness and isolation that can drive a person to suicide, and I could FEEL it. Tying that in with computers and the way they’re used to try and connect with people…

  • The Tragedy of Macbeth

    The Tragedy of Macbeth

    A really solid version of an already great story. Keeps all the essential elements of the original tale in a slightly abridged form and brings them to life with strong performances from many familiar faces and unique stylistic touches. I know the story so well that it didn’t exactly blow me away or anything, but I got everything out of it I hoped I would. A solid and worthwhile Shakespeare adaptation!

Popular reviews

  • A Fantastic Woman

    A Fantastic Woman

    Brought to you by school’s international film series: Grief, Trauma and Dysphoria: The Movie.

    I have so many mixed feelings on this movie. On the one hand, it’s exquisitely made: The acting, cinematography, music and storytelling are fucking perfect. It puts the viewer in Marina’s shoes and makes them feel the paranoia and despair she deals with every day. The fact that I cried while watching this demonstrates its effectiveness.

    On the other hand, this movie’s plot is pure trauma…

  • The Matrix Resurrections

    The Matrix Resurrections

    This was a fantastic return to a franchise I love. My Dad introduced it to me, and I got to watch the new one with my Dad. Sometimes the callbacks are a little too on-the-nose, and I miss Hugo Weaving. Overall this was delightful though. It has a great self-aware sense of humor that’s able to make fun of the more obnoxious fans of the franchise and play with the ideas about the way the original movies have become part…