Once I dreamed of being a filmmaker. Now I just write reviews of them that no one reads. That's life I guess.

Favorite films

  • Godzilla: Final Wars
  • Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
  • The Last Temptation of Christ
  • O.J.: Made in America

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  • Speedy

  • The Mad Executioners

  • My Son John

  • Cyxork 7

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  • Time After Time

    Time After Time


    1971: Phillip K Dick is living in Santa Venetia, CA, having just become divorced for a third time and struggling with writer’s block. He is paid a visit by his fiend, vacuum cleaner salesman Rastus Brown, and shares with him that he recently received a small package, with no return address, containing a capsule of unknown pills, and a letter saying they’re a gift from a fan of his work and they allow travel through time. Dick is naturally skeptical.…

  • Munchie


    GoodVibes Family Entertainment Presents



    Billy sadly sits on his bed.

    Billy: Boy, It sure is hard being the new kid in town, especially when you’re a geek like me. Man, if only I had a friend I’m sure things wouldn’t be so tough...

    He hears a noise.

    He looks to see something scuttle behind the cabinet. 

    Billy: Hey, who’s there? 

    He looks behind to cabinet to see some kind of furry critter.

    Billy: Hey, what are…

Recent reviews

  • Speedy


    The scene with Babe Ruth feels like the prototype for modern ‘celebrity cameos as themselves’ bits in comedies

  • My Son John

    My Son John

    One of the most infamous Red Scare movies, the craft of all involved actually should make My Son John good watching even for the most fervent commie. You get the sense that the difference of politics is just covering up for deeper family tension, that Helen Hayes and Dean Jagger are not so distraught that their son is a communist but has become a different person than they knew, or perhaps never truly knew him in the first place, one…

Popular reviews

  • Billy Madison

    Billy Madison


    I would be remiss if I let Women’s History Month pass without talking about my favorite movie directed by a woman, Tamra Davies’ Billy Madison. Now you might assume I’m making some sexist joke, claiming my fav female directed film be a critically reviled crude comedy, but I am being completely serious. Billy Madison is a masterpiece, a comedy far above anything by Chaplin or Tati.

    One thing I don’t think many people understand is that this is a parody…

  • Super Size Me

    Super Size Me

    Me: he ate only McDonalds for a month and got unhealthy and sick? Everyone knows that’s what would happen, what’s the point of this?

    Everyone in 2005: No, no, you don’t understand it’s about more than that.

    Everyone in 2020: Yeah I guess it was pretty pointless wasn’t it?