Favorite films

  • The Manchurian Candidate
  • Brazil
  • The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension
  • Amadeus

Recent activity

  • X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes


  • Taste of Fear


  • The Creeping Flesh


  • Son of Dracula


Pinned reviews

  • The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse

    I want to murder a lighthouse wickie
    And bury him next to me
    I want to slaughter a lighthouse wickie
    Right by the side of the sea
    He'll polish his knob with a cry of glee
    A scrimshaw mermaid on his knee
    I want to butcher a lighthouse wickie
    Won't that be okay?

    We'll find a head in the old cistern
    Drink turpentine by the shore
    We'll invite the mighty Kraken in
    And one-eyed seagulls by the score

    I dream…

  • Santa Sangre

    Santa Sangre


    [Sante Sangre 9 1st Impression Part 1]

    Step inside our circus tent.
    Please ignore the dead elephant
    We had to give him up for Lent
    Step inside! Step inside!

    We've got thrills and shocks
    Downs kids snorting Chinese Rock
    Leave your right ear in the box
    Come inside! Come inside!

    Roll up! Roll up! Roll up!
    See the show!

    Left behind the bars
    Orgo samples the tattooed lady's charms
    Won't someone please call the gendarmes
    Before his wife is totally…

Recent reviews

  • X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes

    X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes


    XCUITY® (cormandus millandrochloride ophthalmic solution) 1.25% is an off-prescription eye drop used to expand the range of the electromagnetic spectrum in the vision of megalomaniacal doctors.

    • Do not use XCUITY if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.
    • XCUITY may cause the temporary ability to see through clothing. Use caution when drinking martinis and frugging at parties with attractive women. Remember that no means no.
    • Temporary mentalist scams involving insulting carnival barkers…

  • Taste of Fear

    Taste of Fear


    Hammer does Hitchcock in this marvelously suspenseful and noirish tale of a young woman apparently being gaslighted over her inheritance, but nothing...and no one...in this movie are what or who they appear to be, so if you're like me, you'll likely be trying to sort out this highly misleading mystery from the opening scene right up until the final two minutes.

    Despite having seen this about 10-15 years ago, I had forgotten enough of the plot twists to make them…

Popular reviews

  • The Music Man

    The Music Man


    I laughed. I cried. I Shipoopied.

  • Harold and Maude

    Harold and Maude


    I get why this film resonates so much with a specific demographic of nostalgic old hippies, and aging baby-boomers who feel creatively stifled by their careers, but its central message of tuning in, turning on, and dropping out was a tad outdated even when it was originally released, and it certainly hasn't aged like a fine wine since.

    But what really chaps my ass are the 1-dimensional strawmen authority figures that director Hal Ashby sets up as Harold's obstacles on…