• Lone Wolf

    Lone Wolf

    Every now and then when you dig deep into the bowels of the internet you find a little gem, like this furry slasher that feels like a fever dream gone wrong

  • The House of the Devil

    The House of the Devil


    Such a fantastic job of preying on that primal fear of being left home alone. The tension builds and stacks upon itself until it's nearly unbearable. It's stylish and a visual delight, even if it's a little too slow at times. Definitely a movie you really need to immerse yourself in to enjoy, but if you can get behind the slow-burn horror, it's worth the watch for sure

  • Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story

    Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story


    "I'll cut you in half like Dewey Cox" - Ghostface Killah

    This is one of the funniest movies ever made

  • Blade Runner

    Blade Runner


    This is the film equivalent of a haze of smoke in a crowded bar. It's dreamy, beautiful, and horrifying at parts. Ultimately, it's really really cool

  • Bridesmaids



    I just really wish Wendi McLendon-Covey and Ellie Kemper got more screentime

  • Codename: Kids Next Door - Operation Z.E.R.O.

    Codename: Kids Next Door - Operation Z.E.R.O.


    As a child, this movie was traumatizing. I could not sit through the entire film because the horrific geriatric zombies terrified me so badly. I was actually really surprised how much of this I still remembered. Thankfully, this time wasn't as scary as it was back then (still a little). Sure, it's basically just a made-for-television special, but it still feels very in line with the show itself. It's cute and much like the series it spawned from, it's for kids, so I can't dig into it too much. Overall, pretty solid for what it is, even though it used to give me nightmares.

  • Heat



    yeah I mean I guess this was good but I mostly just watched it in anticipation of the upcoming novel "Heat 2"

  • Ted



    Peter Griffin Bear woohoo!

  • Children of Men

    Children of Men


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Imagine if she gave birth to the Eraserhead baby instead

  • RoboCop



    "We used to call him 'Iron Butt'... 'Boner'... one time I even called him 'Asshole'"

    Unironically insanely funny in a completely intentional way, as well as incredibly well-directed and full of amazing action scenes. Not going to lie, I wasn't sure about this going in, but I would absolutely recommend this to just about anyone.

  • American Psycho

    American Psycho


    Such a brilliant satire on materialism, identity, and the nearly-effortless manner in which the wealthy evade responsibility for their actions. Despite the cascade of young men that have oddly idolized Bateman over the years, I still think he is a fantastic character, driven deeper and deeper into insanity by the total lack of consequences and meaning in his world. Much like Reagan after the Iran-Contra affair referenced towards the end of the film, Bateman's status protects him indefinitely, and just…

  • Edge of Tomorrow

    Edge of Tomorrow


    Despite this movie completely ripping off Wreck-It-Ralph, I still dug it a lot. From a writing perspective, good time-loop movies always amaze me. I can't even imagine how difficult it must be to create one. Not only does the dialogue of "The Day" have to be meticulously paced and phrased, but the whole idea of "show don't tell" flies completely out the window. This is also probably the closest thing to a successful video game movie humanity will ever receive,…