• In Too Deep

    In Too Deep


    Always a fan of undercover movies, and of 90’s Hip-Hop but somehow this is one I’ve missed until now. I remember seeing it around but never rented it. I regret that now. I would of loved this in ‘99. 

    Now I just think of ways it could of bee me done better. Back then I would of just loved it for what it was. Still cool to catch finally though. 

    Watched Mindhunters last weekend so apparently  I’m catching up on my LL Cool J filmography. Might keep this going. Ladies Love Cool James and so do I.

  • Candyman



    My 3,500 movie watched, and damn was it a good one. Took me 38 years of living to watch that many, but it was time we’ll spent.

    This movie is amazing. I don’t want to say too much to ruin anything, but I will say this…

    we definitely need more Joy Division jokes in movies. 
    I might of been the only one in the theater laughing at it, but I was cackling and it totaly worked…on me.

    So glad Candyman…

  • Trancers 4: Jack of Swords

    Trancers 4: Jack of Swords


    “Unguard Mother Fucker!”

    Wow they really got their use out of that castle location huh?

  • Trancers 3: Deth Lives

    Trancers 3: Deth Lives


    Been (very) slowly going through the Trancers movies the last few years and was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked this one. Part 3’s sometimes have a way od surprising you. 

    Set up so much cool stuff. Hope they pay it off in the further sequels.

  • Mindhunters



    The editing gave me a headache which actually probably kept me awake for most od this snooze fest. Only giving it three stars due to it getting slightly interesting with the killings somewhere around the middle mark. The funny thing is, just like the killer in this film I too was obsessed with time. The run time. I constantly kept checking to see how much time was left on the movie to see how much longer I had to sit…

  • Remote Control

    Remote Control


    If you needed saving from an alien invasion in 1988, Kevin Dillon was your guy! 

    The Blob from 1988 is one of my favorite movies, so this becomes like a weird mirror universe of Kevin Dillon saving the world in a different way that same year. 

    Very cheesy, hopefully on purpose at times. Check it out for the Video Store scenes alone. I could spend all day just looking at all the posters and VHS boxes that are in the movie. It’s like a time capsule! 

    Thank God Johnny Drama always comes through.

  • Cruel Jaws

    Cruel Jaws


    Boy… that was something alright.

    All the controversy surrounding this movie and it’s Sevrin Films release going out of print it finally made me watch it. 

    Everyone talks about the taken footage from Jaws and other shark films but no one ever told me about the absolutes Star Wars knock off music that plays throughout the film. They should of just used some Hulk Hogan theme song ripoff music instead. Would of made it way better!

    Shout out to Deadpit.com for turning me on to this one.

  • Cursed



    I live tweeted my thoughts while watching Cursed for the first time in 15 years. Here’s what came out of it. 

    • Aaaaaand…. Bowling For Soup is in the opening shot. Of course they are.

    • Joshua Jackson showing off classic Horror Film sets and memorabilia to Christina Ricci is a cool scene. Honestly can’t remember if they use that location more in this film but I hope they do.

    • Jesse Eisenberg is insufferable in this. Like dude just…

  • The Last Blockbuster

    The Last Blockbuster


    Movie Gallery was the chain that moved into our home town and took out our Mom & Pop Video Stores. While I resented chains like Movie Gallery and Blockbuster for pushing out our beloved independent stores, they did become part of the fabric of our society. As a kid growing up I always wanted to work at a video store, and sure enough, I made my dream come true, working at the before mentioned Movie Gallery for the last two years…

  • Almost Famous

    Almost Famous


    The Bootleg Cut.

    Top 10.
    Top Tier.
    Top Everything.

    My first movie watched as a 38 year old, so I made it a good one. The best one. I’ve officially been keeping a log of every movie I’ve watched for a decade now. First entry was on my 28th birthday in August 11th, 2011. 

    Hard to believe it was that long ago but here we are. Originally this was being kept on Facebook but then within a year or so I…

  • Joe Dirt

    Joe Dirt


    Watched on Comedy Central late at night in a Holiday Inn while eating Domino’s Pizza. 

    And I couldn’t of asked for anything more perfect.

  • Fear Street: 1666

    Fear Street: 1666


    And they stick the landing!

    Solid finish. I think of the different ways they could have done this. Flesh it out a bit more and make an 8 to 10 episode season of a TV Show. Shrink it down and make one movie, focusing on the 1994 characters. But honestly I really like how they’ve presented it in three separate but connecting films. 
    Netflix allows you to break the norms so why not break the norms. 

    I love how this…