• Universal Soldier

    Universal Soldier

    JCVD learns be really likes food and Dolph learns he really likes ear necklaces

  • Shock

    Shock

    ★★★★

    Put it on the list of “Italian Horror I swear I never watched and 5 minutes in I realize I saw it years ago”

  • The Expendables

    The Expendables

    Shame on me for thinking “I should watch The Expendables again...maybe it’s good now”. It’s not. It never lived up to the promise of what Stallone promised as well as a existing as a celebration to Stallone’s hubris.

  • Sudden Death

    Sudden Death

    ★★★★

    JCVD fights a hockey team mascot

  • Blade

    Blade

    ★★★

    Blade is more fun than you think it will be IN SPITE of it reeking of leather dusters, wraparound sunglasses and the 90’s

  • Batman

    Batman

    I love Michael Keaton more than anything but I can’t hang with Tim Burton much anymore. This was a real battle of a rewatch between nostalgia/a young mans love of a movie and the realization that unless my young son wants to ever watch it I don’t know if I will ever watch this collection of Dutch angles ever again

  • Cyborg

    Cyborg

    My least liked JCVD as a kid is apparently my least liked JCVD as an adult. Oh wait I just watched Street Fighter. Take that back

  • Marjoe

    Marjoe

    ★★★★

    Pentecostal churches seem chill

  • Mausoleum

    Mausoleum

    ★★★½

    Started off “what the hell is this?” Then became “whoah what the hell is THIS!!!” Then ended with “sigh, what the hell WAS that”???

  • Street Fighter

    Street Fighter

    ★½

    Glad the filmmakers realized that what I missed playing Street Fighter 2 growing up was a needlessly complicated plot with little to no actual street fighting and an odd John Wayne Gacy joke. Way to go!

  • The Abyss

    The Abyss

    ★★★

    James Cameron shoves a billion ideas in this movie and whatever was left over went to Avatar

  • The Dark Half

    The Dark Half

    ★★★½

    Classic “better than it needs to be” movie. Solid mix of later Romero’s bigger characters that can embrace the ridiculousness that is Stephen Kings classic weird turns of phrases he gives everyone. As well as some legitimately disturbing scenery throughout.