Favorite films

  • Back to the Future
  • Sunset Boulevard
  • Rocky
  • The Princess Bride

Recent activity

  • Secrets of a Soul


  • Joyless Street


  • The Treasure


  • Spite Marriage


Recent reviews

  • Secrets of a Soul

    Secrets of a Soul


    An interesting film that delves into the theories of Freude, who was extremely popular at the time. A man has dreams of killing his wife, causing him extreme distress and leading him to believe that he is crazy. With him now unable to even hold a knife out of fear, he seeks the help of a psychologist to get to the bottom of his psychosis. Some extremely cool visual effects in the dream sequences, with obvious nods to Caligari, make this an interesting film from up and coming director Pabst.

  • Joyless Street

    Joyless Street

    Starring a young Greta Garbo in the role that launched her into prominence. The Joyless street is an interesting look at post-war Vienna, during a period of Hyperinflation, where the poor struggle to get by, while the rich profit off of the suffering of others, with little regard to who they hurt in their pursuit of more wealth. The corrupt butcher holds the poor by the neck, and forces women to perform sexually to get meat. Many resort to street…

Popular reviews

  • Army of the Dead

    Army of the Dead

    A man (Bautista) is hired to do a casino vault heist in Las vegas during a zombie apocalypse, so he gathers a team to go into the Zombie city. Th eplot is nonsensical and the acting from most of the cast leaves a lot to be desired, but it’s a fine turn off your brain actin horror comedy zombie movie and thats really all you expect out of it anyways. The story, at times, is pretty nonsensical, and the character motivations are idiotic, but again, killing zombies. Its fine.

  • Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans

    Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans


    BEAUTIFUL Film. Best Actress winner* for Janet Gaynor, nominated for its fantastic Cinematography, and the only film to ever win the Oscar for most Unique and Artistic Picture. It is considered one of the greatest silent films ever made. Tabu/nosferatu director F.W Murnau. A man tries to drown his wife to be with another woman, but when he tries, he only winds up falling more deeply in love with her. But then…