• Grimcutty



    Babadook went online and is chatting with Death Note.
    I liked it to an extent. I thought the metaphor wouldn't be clear by the end, but it was clear enough for me. But the very few minutes really put me off by mixing up control with love. I think it brings this generation perspective on helicopter parents, which is something I also despise. Fear is truly an epidemic and it's making the world a sick place.

  • Omen IV: The Awakening

    Omen IV: The Awakening


    I love it just for Delia's (aka the omen) sassy face.
    This is the franchise with a new age twist. I personally prefer que catholic take, but this was also fun.

  • The Grudge

    The Grudge


    The Grudge for dummies.

    The most taxing thing is this could've been great - excellent cast, good effects and a successful background story. Instead this is overly explained when it comes to "the Grudge" and sloppy when it comes to plot development.

    At it's best, it has some inspired nasty scenes, but again this potential is not fully used. And the creepy kid thing they try to "import" from The Ring doesn't cut it.

  • Seed of Chucky

    Seed of Chucky


    I didn't appreciate how insightful this was the first time a watched it. It is basically an inside joke that turns the franchise the theme of it's own movie - if that's not success, I don't know what is. Iconic!
    And I just love Tiffany, she's insanely cute!

  • A Classic Horror Story

    A Classic Horror Story


    Is it Midsommar with gelato flavor?
    But it's still good... And I even liked the group of people better in this one. In the end, it is a folk horror movie, so you get all the essentias: cults, straw figures, sacrifices, unapologetic torture, strangers too lenient with cultural differences that end up on the wrong side of the altar.

  • Omen III: The Final Conflict

    Omen III: The Final Conflict


    Look at our boy all grown up!
    Such a good movie that goes on with the story without reservations! It represents the Devil as something quite credible, a wolf in sheep's clothing pretending to be a philanthropist... That's actually what we are seeing at large in world politics nowadays.

  • Damien: Omen II

    Damien: Omen II


    Damien is too precious! The antichrist life was imposed upon him, poor thing! But really, he's more reasonable and polite then any gen z middle class brat on TikTok.Β 

    I like The Omen's familiar animals - in this one the rottweiler was replaced by a crow and it was also pretty cool.

    I thought the movie was enjoyable: it offers a sustainable follow up on the original story, it has great actors and it holds the attention... And we confirm there are satanists everywhere, so be warned!

  • ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2

    ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2


    Script writers: how absurd do you want this?
    Director: Yes.

    The timeline of having your skill crushed and reconstructed leaving you apt to commit atrocious murderers in the same night is a bit of a pushover... But the killings are gruesome so I stick to it, after all we don't watch those movies for their sensible accuracy. Extra points for scream queen Danielle Harris

  • Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

    Jack Reacher: Never Go Back


    All Tom Cruise's movies common places... A bit too long and generic, but I see the Cruise running and I'm entertained.

  • The Punisher

    The Punisher


    Back when Marvel wasn't PG 12... Oh, good times!
    John Travolta doing some great mafia boss work, creative henchmans and even more creative fights and deaths. Entertaining.

  • Raw



    This could've have been a short film, which is saying it was too f*cking long for the content it delivered. But otherwise interesting and bizarre... With the lazy open ended questions we all came to know in French cinematography.

  • Nocturne



    Like many think Z generation related, it's at maximum a "meh". Actors seemed to be anemic, no energy at all. And the movie had no tone... Flat.