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Recent reviews

  • Blood Vessel

    Blood Vessel


    Every once in a while you come across a movie that seems tailor made for you. That just seems to check all the necessary boxes for your optimum enjoyment. No stone seems unturned and no narrative device appears ignored. No narrative machinations avoided and no plot progressions overlooked. The movie just looks, for lack of better terminology, fuckin perfect. That was me with Blood Vessel. This movie didn’t just call to me, didn’t just beckon for my attention; it fucking…

  • Turtle Island

    Turtle Island


    I watched this for Tom Pelphrey. That’s it. No other reasoning behind it or other motivations hidden in the subconscious. Sure, it’s a found footage horror film and that checks a box for me. It’s, supposedly, a bigfoot flick and that checks off another guilty pleasure of mine. But neither of those things played any part in my decision to watch this. It was a typical situation of it being far too late to try and decide what to watch…

Popular reviews

  • It



    Long book + Long movie= Very long review/analysis

    The first time I read Stephen King's gargantuan tire block of a book IT I was probably much to young to fully understand or enjoy most of what I was reading. I was 9 or 10 years old, only a little younger then the protagonists of the story, and I was determined to read a horror novel with more to offer then the whimsical terrors of Goosebumps and Fear Street. I don't…

  • The Ritual

    The Ritual


    Folk tales and fables, legends and myths, are all my bread and butter. I eat that kind of stuff up like I need it to live, but every once and a while a really solid entry slips right through my fingers. I remember buying the book this movie is based on when it first came out and giving it to one of my brothers as a birthday gift, without so much as a second thought or a selfishly precursory read…