22. Actor. Theatre/film graduate of James Madison University. I mostly watch #horror but I'll enjoy pretty much anything.
Tribeca 2021 Film #18
Ooh I know a lot of people are gonna disagree with me on this one but I loved this. This starts off as a slow-burn family drama but it ultimately escalates into someone absolutley fucking bonkers (like there's stuff evocative of the Suspira remake here, that kind of bonkers). The dreams/flashbacks throughout worked so well to break up the action and give us backstory, but they also lead to some really cool moments as well (there's…
Tobe Hooper is one of my favorite directors and I am a firm believer in the fact that the original Texas Chain Saw Massacre is the best directed horror film of all time, so I was really dissapointed in how I did not love this anywhere near as much as I thought I would.
I was promised gonzo naked space vampire hijinks, and while Lifeforce does certainly have that, the majority of the nearly two hour run-time is just middle-aged British…
Instead of watching the actual sequel to Re-Animator, I wanted to watch the spiritual successor first. This is pretty much a total Re-Animator reunion, with Stuart Gordon and pretty much the entire creative and production team returning, as well as Jeffery Combs and Barbara Crampton in the lead roles, doing another H.P. Lovecraft adaptation. There's something I find incredibly charming about that, because how well everyone works together shines through into every aspect of the movie. Reminds me a lot…
A perfectly enjoyable slasher, but while it does have a few unique attributes that make it stand out, it's missing a lot of what made the original really special.
First of all, ripping the band-aid off, Tony Todd isn't in actually in this movie. There's a CGI de-aged Tony Todd that appears in one (yes, literally one) shot, but another than that, this movie has a different Candyman doing all the killings. In theory, the idea of a "hive" of…
How has it taken me this long to watch this absolute classic?
This is just like objectively so much fun. Crazy gore, crazy sex (to the point of breaking up an actual real-life marriage), and some crazy fucking moments. Watch this one if haven't already.
Jeffery Combs and Barbara Crampton forever.