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  • The Lords of Salem

    The Lords of Salem


    Did a Rob Zombie double feature

  • The Devil's Rejects

    The Devil's Rejects


    Rob Zombie ups the ante on this surprisingly better sequel to House of 1000 Corpses, while I don’t consider myself a Rob Zombie fan, I do feel like his films are unnecessarily bashed and actually set themselves apart from modern mainstream horror. Here’s a great example, he does a sequel and pretty much did a road trip gore fest. It’s charms are a bit of their demise, character decisions that are too convenient for the plot to move forward. But really doesn’t stop one from enjoying this vile, somewhat mean spirited movie.

  • Airplane!



    Wow, a non-stop laugh riot. Can’t believe I’ve been sleeping on this Comedic Masterpiece for such a long time. I love that the movie is extremely nonsensical, off the wall just wanting to make you laugh every possible minute. From memorable moments like “Surely” to breaking the fourth wall just to have fun with it. I admire this filmmaking, especially when it’s done so right, you get your Scary Movies or Meet the Spartans that try to do this, but don’t understand the Magic and formula behind this movie in particular. Hell even the sequel looks like couldn’t follow up this beauty.

  • Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday

    Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday


    This was definitely a movie. Not as bad as I thought it would be (being that the filmmaking is somewhat competent), but what a watchable shit show. Adding very unnecessarily convoluted lore in the ninth installment of this series, is just so, meh. I do like the ending, make-up, maybe the best on-screen Jason (for like 10 seconds) and that’s about it, very few redeeming qualities, but it’s not the worst one.

  • Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan

    Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan

    JASON TAKES MANHATTAN! for like 10 minutes

    It’s weird how basically everything this series is iconic for is amped up to 11. Even the acting was even more horrible, I will admit that the kills were better than the last two installments. But wasn’t enough to make me interested.

  • Days of Heaven

    Days of Heaven


    Damn, and I thought Badlands couldn’t be topped. Now I’m torn, Malick you SOB. Beautiful to look at, great acting and necessary voice-over narration that goes like poetry. More and more, I understand why people say that Malick films are visual poetry. You have sequences that encapsulates what you’re watching and can’t get enough of. I do feel that in this movie he started to realize what he wanted to do as a director, and I’m all for this journey.…

  • Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood

    Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood


    Jason vs. Carrie vs. MPAA: Dawn of Injustice

    I thought Jason Lives has tamed gore, here it’s nonexistent. Sometimes less is more yeah, like the sleeping bag kill. But the deaths are very disappointing. Makes me appreciate Jason Lives a bit more. Also the fight at the end makes it worth it! Until... something happens.

    Although I LOVE how Jason looks here and the best physical acting from Jason (Kane Hodder is the best Jason)

  • Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives

    Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives


    Might bump my rating in the future, but I like that they put the franchise in very creative direction. Adding more of a campy self-aware vibe, very welcoming. Although it’s very bothersome that they disregard the ending of A New Beginning, I do admit that it’s the worse one, but it was one of the few things I liked. Yet it’s weird cuz I still liked the type of vibe this movie had, not only campy but also a bit…

  • Miller's Crossing

    Miller's Crossing


    Another Coens Classic! Not the best one, yet it’s definitely up there! I do love that the film is very much Coen-Esque, and it sets itself apart since it’s a period piece. You really get the feel that they had fun with this weirdly lighthearted mobster neo-noir. I’m all for it! Also there’s no one who does Dark Humor like the Coens and there’s now exception here. Gabriel Byrne nails it, Coens always surprise me with their picks for leading…

  • Spider-Man: Far from Home

    Spider-Man: Far from Home


    Going into this movie I was worried that if it was a good choice to make this movie follow-up after Endgame, I can honestly say, this was a good choice. I wish that we could get a character like Tobey in these movies, but then it wouldn’t have the same charm or align well with this universe. I like how they’re handling this character in this universe, since Peter is basically what happens when a fan of the Avengers becomes…

  • Under the Silver Lake

    Under the Silver Lake


    I haven’t felt this way about a movie in a while, Conjuring up theories and wanting to rewatch it immediately to confirm. At first it was starting to feel a bit like Inherent Vice, only that the missing woman was a girl he just met, and it aligns well with the movie’s Protagonist and his slew of problems.

    The movie is very interesting and might be my favorite of the year so far, I see no problems, it gives little to leave it up to interpretation.

  • Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla

    Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla


    Visually, it’s a very creative movie (aside from the VFX and Green Screen), it is very well-shot, pulling some great imagery from a rather mediocre entry. Not impressed on how disconnected I felt during this film, it actually makes me appreciate MechaGodzilla II even more. I loved how it was starting out, with a rather smaller scale and more focused approach, but then the movie starts to set in motion the conflict and the plot is just there. Even in the middle there’s a subplot out of nowhere, that leads to nothing.

    Pretty disappointing, since it’s got some great sequences visually.