Warren Gilbert

The four favourites are the last four movies that I gave 4 stars or higher to.
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Favorite films

  • Top Gun: Maverick
  • Bloodsport
  • Classic Albums: The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

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  • Star Trek: Generations

    ★★★★

  • Extinction

    ★★★★

  • Sing a Song of Six Pants

  • Brideless Groom

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  • Let the Right One In

    Let the Right One In

    ★★★★★

    Based on the novel of the same name, Let the Right One In is a coming of age story about a bullied 12 year old boy who befriends his new neighbour, a 12 year old girl, or at least she appears to be. As their friendship grows, so do his issues with the bullies and he may have to do something about it before they go too far.

    From start to finish everything about this film is fantastic: the performances…

  • Mutant Hunt

    Mutant Hunt

    ★★★

    When the evil chairman of the Inteltrax Corporation turns the company's cyborgs against humanity and holds their inventor captive it's up to the inventor's sister and her enlisted help to save the day. Mutant Hunt is one of those cheap movies that tried to cash in on the success of the original Terminator film and it's a pretty fun time. We've got mutated sunglasses wearing cyborgs with Dhalsim-like stretching arms, laser guns, really bad "futuristic" uniforms, a hairy chested guy…

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  • One Magic Christmas

    One Magic Christmas

    ★★★

    A bit like a modern version of A Christmas Carol with a sprinkle of It's a Wonderful Life, Mary Steenburgen is a mother going through so many struggles that it has killed her Christmas spirit leaving her miserable and taking it out on others. Fortunately, Harry Dean Stanton is her guardian angel and has plans to help her find that spirit. If you're sitting there wondering why this Christmas movie seems to be forgotten in time you'll quickly find out…

  • Don't Answer the Phone!

    Don't Answer the Phone!

    ★★½

    A disturbed photographer is strangling women while calling into a radio show to taunt the host and detectives a step behind him. Maybe it's because I watched them so close together, but Don't Answer the Phone! felt like it had many similarities to Double Exposure, but was a bit less fun. Whether you think his performance is well acted or not Nicholas Worth is the highlight of the film and he's believable as such a sick individual so it's a…

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  • The Thing

    The Thing

    ★★★★★

    The two headed corpse. The dog's transformation. The crew's first victim's screeching. The stomach ache. The blood test. So many iconic images and moments make this John Carpenter masterpiece the classic that it is. The jump scare with the blood is amazing. It's crazy that the score isn't by Carpenter since it sounds so much like something he would compose. My favourite scene is easily the blood test. The practical effects are phenomenal and mostly hold up today. Dean Cundey…

  • Crawl

    Crawl

    ★★★★½

    Crawl is one of those rare opportunities where we get a creature feature with a big enough budget to give us something that doesn't look cheap and can actually be convincing and director Alexandre Aja does not disappoint. The special effects for both the hurricane and alligators look fantastic as two likeable characters played by Kaya Scodelario and Barry Pepper are trapped in the crawlspace under their house as not only the gators close in, but also the floods begin…