I’ve always been quite partial to a good Christmas movie. Die Hard (yes, it does count, and I’m perfectly happy … Continue reading Fatman: Mel Gibson’s weirdo Christmas flick
I’ve always been highly enamoured of David Lynch, to the extent that he sits on my personal ‘Mount Rushmore’ of … Continue reading Wild at Heart (1990): The most wonderfully deranged love story ever
Cinema has been gifted with some of its strongest tales in stories that are predicated on the relationships between male … Continue reading Jungleland: Powerful siblings drama is elevated to greatness by its performances
Although he stimulated fierce controversy that lasts to this day, Sam Peckinpah left an undeniably indelible impression on the world … Continue reading Straw Dogs (1971): How do you like your manhood?
I usually begin my reviews with something of a pre-amble to give some context to the work I’m writing about … Continue reading Spell: Excrement-tier Voodoo drivel does nothing
Is it a very peculiar thing to have a favourite movie about stalking? People tend to think little of having … Continue reading Enduring Love (2004): The creepiest stalker film I’ve ever seen
Since the release of Jordan Peele’s Get Out in 2017, a burgeoning emphasis has been placed on the concept of … Continue reading His House: Some haunted house with your food-for-thought?
I posit Mike Flanagan as an underappreciated breath of fresh air when it comes to the horror genre. Over the … Continue reading Oculus (2013): One of the 21st century’s most neglected horrors
It could very well be an unfair observation in my jaded mind, but 2020 really does seem to have been … Continue reading Pixie: Insipid & unoriginal crime comedy is a must for those who don’t value their time
I truly am a sucker for dusky 1980s American neo-noir. As a kid, I would routinely wear out VHS tapes … Continue reading Cohen & Tate (1989): Cunning kid tries to outwit a couple of seriously bad dudes