Tom Jay

20 y/o Film Student @ SHU

Favorite films

  • La La Land
  • Donnie Darko
  • Drugstore Cowboy
  • Scream

Recent activity

  • The Harder They Come


  • We Summon the Darkness


  • Still Screaming: The Ultimate Scary Movie Retrospective


  • Sleepaway Camp


Pinned reviews

  • The Wolf of Snow Hollow

    The Wolf of Snow Hollow


    The somewhat nihilistic Writer/Director/Star Cummings turns his hands to genre filmmaking with an apparent ease and immediate success. 

    As has become a staple of his biggest hits, The Wolf of Snow Hollow follows the troubled life of a small town police officer, in this case John Marshall (Cummings) who’s tasked with balancing out his fractured relationships and avoiding relapse into addiction in the midst of a slew of murders in the usually quiet, titular small town: Snow Hollow. While the…

Recent reviews

  • Fear Street: 1666

    Fear Street: 1666


    I, for one, loved this 5 plus hour trilogy which is little more than a reminder of the significantly better horror films I could’ve been watching!

  • The Purge: Election Year

    The Purge: Election Year

    Since the ability to experience joy in my life has vacated recently, I’ve finally been able to subject myself to the dregs of what the Purge series has to offer and I’m completely stunned at how they ever made a success out of it, honestly the most infuriatingly inconsistent, centrist/liberal dross. The bar for political satire or commentary is genuinely so low

Popular reviews

  • The Devil All the Time

    The Devil All the Time


    Whilst technically sound, boasting some decent performances and being largely entertaining, The Devil All the Time’s biggest flaw is also what it’s main attraction is supposed to be.

    Director, Campos, highlighted in an interview how entwining narratives are usually a staple of TV, so consider this his attempt at lifting it to the format of film but be aware there’s good reason as to why such a structure is bound to the television format. I wouldn’t particularly say that it’s…

  • Tenet



    Despite being heralded as the saviour of cinema, Nolan delivers this time something that is essentially a high end popcorn flick, especially when compared to his previous works that range from innovative to seminal.

    For as novel as the execution was, I was all but willing myself to like it more than I actually did whilst in the screen, battling away with what I found to be many valid criticisms that seem to be shared by a general consensus. The…