• Orphan: First Kill

    Orphan: First Kill

    Absolutely insane and a total blast with friends.

  • Swamp Thing

    Swamp Thing


    Clearly a love letter to the movies Wes Craven loved as a kid. Which he nails, Faults and all. like it's hard to ignore the man running around in a rubber suit but damn is it charming as hell.

  • X



    Ti West is the only director continuing the tone that Tobe Hooper set with Texas Chainsaw, Something not even Hooper did. I think we will look back at West as a modern master of horror.

  • The Vanishing

    The Vanishing


    A premise so strong it makes you ignore many of its faults.

  • Taylor Tomlinson: Look at You

    Taylor Tomlinson: Look at You


    Can you get healthy and still be funny? If Taylor Tomlinson is any indication you can.

  • Prey



    A little too slick and the music a little too assassins creed but it's the best Predator movie since the first one.

  • Trainwreck: Woodstock '99

    Trainwreck: Woodstock '99


    Bros in groups should be outlawed.

  • 7 Plus Seven

    7 Plus Seven


    This is becoming a study of Class and Economics rather than the idea “Give me a child until he is 7 and I will show you the man.” something Aristotle said at a time when getting to 60 was an incredible accomplishment.

    I can't wait for the next one so i can judge some of these little shits.

  • Jackie Chan: My Story

    Jackie Chan: My Story


    Terrible 90s presentation but besides that, it's an enjoyable video for Jackie Chan fans.

  • Brené Brown: Atlas of the Heart

    Brené Brown: Atlas of the Heart


    Everything Brown is talking about here I'd call useful information. Though if you're a miserable cunt like me I'd try the book.

  • Do or Die

    Do or Die

    There's a point while on a plane, Erik Estrada is creeping on Donna and Nicole changing in the back while his co-pilot is wiggling his brow. I swear you can see the realization flash into his head of what movie he's in.

  • Nimic


    "How should we know" "We're just kids"