Favorite films

  • The Warriors
  • Two-Lane Blacktop
  • Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia
  • Southern Comfort

Recent activity

  • Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla


  • Island of Lost Souls


  • The Five Venoms


  • The Mummy's Revenge


Recent reviews

  • The Delinquent

    The Delinquent


    I pretty much loved "The Delinquent". With a substantial leading role for Shaw Bros. regular Wang Chung ("Police Force"), it's one of a slew of revenge pics set in modern day, early 70's Hong Kong that the studio cranked out during the period.

    Wang Chung (insert 80's pop duo joke here) plays Chung, a put upon delivery boy who reveals his impressive martial art talents when bullied by local thugs. Unfortunately, sticking up for himself has led to him being…

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home


    Peter, you're struggling to have everything you want while the world tries to make you choose.

    A bona fide cinematic gift for Spider-Man fans everywhere. 

    Bullet point early review/random thoughts (no spoilers)…

    Tom Holland’s best performance in the MCU by far.

    • The most authentic “Spider-Man” film of the current trilogy. 

    • More emotional than expected (yeah, I cried…twice)

    • There’s a legit God that walks the Earth, and his name is Willem Dafoe.

    • Hats off to Jon…

Popular reviews

  • The Deadly Spawn

    The Deadly Spawn


    What an imaginative, low budget horror gem. Made with passion and ingenuity, Douglas McKeown's 1983 cult favorite is an easy film to root for.

    Shot on 16 mm for a paltry $25,000, and mounted by a swath of first-timers behind and in front of the camera, you can feel the enthusiasm from the cast and crew leaping off the frame. Cribbing from cinematic influences such as “Alien” and “The Blob”, this is simply pure, lean, beastie feature fun. Shot in…

  • Upgrade



    "Upgrade" is the R-rated, violent, sci-fi actioner you didn't know you wanted in a Summer Movie season filled with sequels, super heroes and female centric comedies.

    Early in the film, a mechanic (Logan Marshall-Green) and his wife are beaten and robbed...leaving her dead and him paralyzed. He agrees to an untested state-of-the-art surgery that implants into him an artificial intelligence called STEM. It allows him to walk again, but it also gives him enhanced abilities. When the A.I. detects a…