Trevor Trujillo

Trevor Trujillo

Favorite films

  • Casablanca
  • The Third Man
  • Good Night, and Good Luck.
  • The Poseidon Adventure

Recent activity

  • Bride of Chucky


  • Last Man Standing


  • Child's Play


  • Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves


Recent reviews

  • Scream VI

    Scream VI


    The sixth entry in the franchise manages to hold onto the chills and spills established in part 5, while ratcheting up the brutality, gore, and violence.
    Melissa Barerra and Jenna Ortega reprise their roles from part five and continue to bring their own particular brand to the franchise. 6 feels like more of a direct sequel to 5, than any of the other adjacent entries.
    The plots for these things ar approaching the absurd, but the identity of the killer kept me guessing, there were some genuine horror koments, and the leads were entertaining and likeable.

  • Scream 4

    Scream 4


    This movie succeeds where all of the previous Scream films failed, by not having Jamie Kennedy.
    Otherwise this felt like exactly what was printed on the sales brochure. Soft Scream reboot, a little slicker and shinier for the new generation, and a whole new set of rules that we may or may not follow.
    Probably among the cleaner looking Scream films, the script updates the cultural references but otherwise is pretty by-the-book.
    Some fun exploration of fan culture and movie fans is to be had as the franchis within the franchise, STAB, seems to be going totally off the rails.

Popular reviews

  • Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills

    Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills


    A fascinating look at small town jurisprudence in the era of MTV. While far from comprehensive, the roots to such projects as the SERIAL podcast, Netflix's MAKING A MURDERER, or HBO's THE JINX are undeniable. Although it becomes clear as the film goes on (a full two-and-a-half hours) that the filmmakers are convinced of the three suspects' innocence, there is an attempt to let both sides have their say, although access to the prosecution's side of things was not as…

  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker


    A dumpster fire of narrative hot mess, with more holes in the first half hour of plot than a prarie dog village.

    That being said, it's still a fun swashbuckling space opera adventure that might have functioned on its own, if not for the crushing weight of its own franchise.