Favorite films

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • Eraserhead
  • Stalker
  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Recent activity

  • House on Haunted Hill


  • Honey Boy


  • Pig


  • The White Ribbon


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  • The Goonies

    The Goonies

    Is The Goonies perfect? No. Is it a work of high art? No, not really. Instead The Goonies gives me something rarer, something no other film I will watch in the future will give me, nostalgia.

    The Goonies has this childlike quality of wonder, and as I watched it many times as a kid, it perfectly fulfilled my need for adventure and excitement. As a kid it felt like the movie had the perfect balance between funny and scary. I…

  • The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

    The Texas Chain Saw Massacre


    "The old way... with a sledge! You see, that way's better. They die better that way."

    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is an exploitation masterpiece. The story is fairly simple. It's about a group of young adult stranded in the middle of Texas, looking for gas. While searching they stumble upon the house of Leatherface.

    From the moment that Leatherface (inspired by Ed Gein) comes out of nowhere, in broad daylight, this movie is nothing but balls to the wall non-stop…

Recent reviews

  • House on Haunted Hill

    House on Haunted Hill


    The movie 'House on Haunted Hill' is the equivalent of a Haunted mansion attraction. Maybe a bit cheesy and not particular scary, but it has this nice cosy horror atmosphere that you're only going to find in classic horror movies.

    The scariest thing in this movie was the creepy floating old lady, but she turned out to be the caretaker. And it was totally normal that she floats around scaring people.

    Overall I really enjoyed this horror/thriller movie and it…

  • Honey Boy

    Honey Boy


    Honey boy is a beautiful movie that isn't too judgemental of its subject matter. It paints a complex picture of a difficult dilemma, without falling into cliches of good vs evil.

    The movie is loosely based on Shia LaBeouf's childhood, and I'm glad they handled this subject matter with so much respect. It shows the difficulties of his father, without simply making his father look like an evil asshole. Ofcourse, it is no excuse to treat your son like that, but it does gives you a better understanding as to why he acts that way.

    Like his father's tells him:

    "Make me look good