Dylan has written 119 reviews for films during 2017.

  • Black Mirror: Hang the DJ

    Black Mirror: Hang the DJ


    The episode was great...but then The Smiths just made it even greater.

  • Black Mirror: Arkangel

    Black Mirror: Arkangel


    This may surprise you Jodie Foster, but a hip and happening teen like me does watch vintage films like The Breakfast Gang.

  • The Disaster Artist

    The Disaster Artist


    “This is the rhythm of the night
    The night
    Oh yeah
    The rhythm of the night
    This is the rhythm of my life
    My life
    Oh yeah
    The rhythm of my life”

    Fantastic. A real Hollywood movie. No Mickey Mouse stuff. A tale of true friendship and betrayal. And maybe Tommy is a vampire....we’ll see.

  • The Room

    The Room

    Best room wrecking scene since Citizen Kane.

  • Creep 2

    Creep 2


    The found footage genre has been reborn! Having been impressed by the first movie, I was hyped for the prospect of a sequel. And I'm proud to say that it did not disappoint.

    Creep 2 is interesting to say the least and I don't want to give anymore details. Just think of it more of a character piece rather than a horror film.

  • Bright


    It IS like Lord of the Rings and Training Day had a baby...and then left that baby in a dumpster to scream and wallow in its own existence.

  • Lady Bird

    Lady Bird


    Hilarious and heart breaking exactly when it needs to be, this film is just incredible. Unlike most slice of life movies where events just happen to characters *cough* Boyhood *cough* and they miraculously learn life’s big lesson at the end, Lady Bird is intensely emotionally involved with these people and events. This film shows how each and every person and interaction helps mature us. And how each and every person is a person and not just a character. I’m probably…

  • Dunkirk



    How is this the most stressful, gruesome, unrelenting, and dower war film with only a PG-13 rating?

  • Rapsittie Street Kids: Believe in Santa

    Rapsittie Street Kids: Believe in Santa


    This aired on television...and has Mark Hamill. Between this and the fever I've been running, my brain is officially mush.

  • Black Christmas

    Black Christmas


    Bob Clark gets Christmas. Think of it this way: the guy made two vastly different movies that all manage to capture the atmosphere and feeling of the season.

    While A Christmas Story is a more cheerful and human depiction of the season, Black Christmas goes the other route and it makes you want to curl up in a blanket for all the wrong reasons. That cold chill in the air and silent nights take on a new meaning when a killer is near.

  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: We Wish You a Turtle Christmas

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: We Wish You a Turtle Christmas


    I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Babies on fire off the shoulder of Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas. I watched Nicole Kidman glitter in the dark near Eyes Wide Shut. All those moments will be lost in time... like tears in rain... Time to die.

  • Saving Christmas

    Saving Christmas


    Watching a vigilante Santa beat the shit out of someone on a mountain top has been the highlight of my Christmas season.