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  • Cape Fear

    Cape Fear


    Good shit but I must've watched an edited version because there was no scene where Robert Mitchum keeps stepping on a buncha rakes?????????

  • Fraternity Vacation

    Fraternity Vacation


    A mom fainting at the sight of a group of people mooning her has to be the most 80's thing in cinema history. Like just imagine that, the sight of random, unexpected butts being so powerful you lose consciousness.

Recent reviews

  • The Toxic Avenger

    The Toxic Avenger


    Feel like I used to push back more against intentionally crude shit like this, god knows why. But it's a cult classic so after a couple years I just figure past me was wrong about everything and it's my main reason for rewatching things. Re-reading (or recalling because I can't remember if I deleted it) my old review for this I think it's funny that I had issues with the first 20 or so minutes of this, when they're actually…

  • Karate-Robo Zaborgar

    Karate-Robo Zaborgar


    Wish I knew more about tokusatsu shows, but my time is not limitless and I do get the sense that most of 'em are pretty interchangeable. I did grow up a big Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers kid, so I've always understood the appeal. Not sure why out of hundreds of shows they gave this the old reboot, but seein' all the footage of the original show during the credits made me realize maybe they broke the mold a little with…

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  • Ice Cream Man

    Ice Cream Man


    My favorite piece of Ice Cream Man trivia is that they recently tried to do a Kickstarter for part 2 but only managed to get 4 out of their 300k goal and half of that came from one backer who pledged 2k to pick an ice cream flavor in the movie.

  • Battle Beyond the Stars

    Battle Beyond the Stars


    "With a good script, a good director can produce a masterpiece. With the same script, a mediocre director can produce a passable film. But with a bad script even a good director can’t possibly make a good film. For truly cinematic expression, the camera and the microphone must be able to cross both fire and water. The script must be something that has the power to do this."

    — Akira Kurosawa

    "One of the space samurai has to have like, really big boobies."

    — Jimmy T. Murakami