Favorite films

  • Planet of the Apes
  • The Thing
  • The Exorcist
  • Blazing Saddles

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  • Hugo


  • Wicked City


  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice


  • One Dark Night


Recent reviews

  • Disturbing Behavior

    Disturbing Behavior


    Cradle Bay is the perfect little place to live, especially if you are apart of the high school honors class. I have not seen this horror/sci-fi since it first came out and was super keen to finally watch it again thanks to the MVD rewind release. It’s basically an unofficial remake of an earlier 80’s shot in New Zealand flick called Strange Behaviour, aka dead kids. Where teens at school are brainwashed into becoming model students. However there are violent…

  • Primal Rage

    Primal Rage


    I’ve been waiting years to get my hands on this Italian/American production. It’s been pretty hard to get ahold of, but our good friends over at Vinegar Syndrome have released it in all its glory. A Florida university accidentally unleashes a rage virus via an escaped baboon. It starts to spread around the college with students going primal with fits of violence and rage with heightened strength. This is a gory fun ride and well worth the wait to see.…

Popular reviews

  • Training Day

    Training Day


    Training day, directed by Antoine Fuqua, is one of the most tense thrillers you will ever see. Impactfully written by future director David Ayer, this follows the first day exploits of a rookie cop assigned to narcotics under the tutelage of a street wise veteren detective. As the day unfolds he witnesses the line between right and wrong being blurred, until the final realisation of corruption far beyond his grasp. This film just keeps shifting gear throughout, and delivers one…

  • Go



    This film directed by Doug Liman is much more then just a Pulp Fiction for teens. It’s incredibly well written and contains some very edgy direction and dialogue. The cast all embody there characters well especially Scott Wolf and Jay Mohr. There chemistry is electric, as they play a gay couple who get caught up in the entangled storyline’s of all involved. This film is fast paced, has a terrific soundtrack, and was a blast to see after so long. Life begins at 3.00am!