A young married couple honeymoon in a remote cabin in the woods. The film promises smoldering tension, instead we get a smoldering pile of garbage.
The Dead Room
Does this minimalist horror film make the grade? Or is it as exciting as listening to your refrigerator hum? Read on…
After watching the horrible Jurassic World, I decided to revisit the original. Does it hold up? Read on.
Casket Huffer “Gospels of Scum” (2016) Album Review
Does huffing on this slab of death metal provide a good high or is it a bad trip? Read on…
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“Hey, Jay. Why don’t you review newer movies?” Because I am cheap.
Metallica Hardwired… To Self Destruct Album Review
This review is going to be written in real time as I listen to the album. It has been 20 years since I enjoyed a new Metallica release. After the abomination that was Load and Reload I gave up on the band (and thus far seem to have missed nothing). Our multimillionaire rockers are still trying to connect with an audience that grows increasingly distant from them. Whatever. Without further hesitation—I shall press play!
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Last Shift Film Review
Dun dun dun? More like dun dun dumb….
These Final Hours Film Review
Insane folks with machetes, crazy driving, orgies, drugs, and lots of swearing. The addition of the end of the world makes this film a different from the average Australian day…
Circle Film Review
A minimalist treat with an ethical edge. Read on…
Rarely are viewers presented with such a finely crafted film. Darling approaches important and heavy subjects with quality and grace. Led by the stellar acting of Lauren Ashley Carter, the film cares not for simple shock tactics, conventional constructions, or contemporary audiences’ horrible attention spans. Instead we are treated to a film that does not only appeal to the lowest common denominator.