• Jackass Number Two

    Jackass Number Two


    Incredibly dumb, juvenile, gross, and borderline insane. It has it’s moments though. I do appreciate how cinematic the intro and ending to these movies are.

  • Scream



    “Time to introduce him to Hobbs & Shaw.”

    It’s even better the second time. I changed my mind, this is my favorite one after the original.

  • Throw Momma From the Train

    Throw Momma From the Train


    What a strange little film. The scene with all the pay phones is hilarious.

  • The Last Picture Show

    The Last Picture Show


    This is one of those classic films that I have of course heard of but never seen. I knew I’d eventually get around to it, I’m glad I got to experience this on the big screen. Even having heard of it I had no idea what it was about. Wasn’t expecting a coming-of-age drama. I absolutely loved it though. I don’t know how a movie made in the early 70s about kids in the early 50s still feels so authentic…

  • The Punisher

    The Punisher


    I think this is the only live-action Marvel movie I hadn’t seen until now. It’s definitely the best of the 3 Punisher films, which isn’t saying much, but it’s pretty good. It’s a solid action/revenge movie, the kind I watch all of the time, this one just happens to be about a comic book character. Thomas Jane is great as Frank Castle, I mean he’s no Jon Bernthal but he’s still great. The fight with the guy in the Where’s…

  • Wild Things

    Wild Things


    I literally didn’t see any of that coming, especially Kevin Bacon’s schlong.

  • The Mask of Zorro

    The Mask of Zorro


    My name is Don Diego de la Vega, you stole my daughter, prepare to die.

  • I Still Know What You Did Last Summer

    I Still Know What You Did Last Summer


    Jack Black with dreads was certainly a choice.

  • Belle



    I’m not the biggest anime guy, but I’m not one to completely write off an entire medium, every now and then I check out one that takes me by surprise, plus I saw the trailer for this last month in front of LICORICE PIZZA and it kinda blew me away. It looked like A STAR IS BORN via THE MATRIX starring a cartoon Anya Taylor-Joy lookalike, so I was sold. It sort of is all that, but a retelling of…

  • I Know What You Did Last Summer

    I Know What You Did Last Summer


    Jennifer Love Hewitt please LOVE me!

  • The Eyes of Tammy Faye

    The Eyes of Tammy Faye


    Everyone’s cheeks were on point.

  • The Faculty

    The Faculty


    Good stuff.