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Seethruskin

Celluloid Junkie - 3196 Film Ratings

Member Since: Jun 3, 2011

Location: B.C., Canada

Age: 28

Gender: Male

Bio: 7 Favourites
6 Best Ever
5 Love
4 Like
3 Indifferent
2 Dislike
1 Hate
0 Worst Ever
more Recent Ratings
27% Insidious (2010) - May 24, 2020
"The beginning of Wan discovering aesthetics outside of a brown numetal filter. The final third, when they enter The Further is disappointing, but the rest has enough scares."
12% Death Sentence (2007) - May 24, 2020
"Wan was was just a numetal edge lord until he got a real grasp on horror aesthetics, eh? Never really been a Bacon fan and the gang he’s up against are laughable, but John Goodman rules and Bacon tying that one guy into the car with the seatbelt as it plummets off the parking garage salvages this from being a disaster."
52% The Landlord (1970) - May 24, 2020
"I’m not sure I get the point of what the film was trying to say (something about class and race? Am I dumb or is this movie just too scattershot) but at least it looks pretty, especially the party scenes."
79% Catching Hell (2011) - May 22, 2020
"One of the best 30 for 30s. One you can put on for non sports fans as well and they will get a kick out of it. What an absolutely insane moment in sports history. I’m a fan of perennial losers in the four major NA sports (at least I have that one Seahawks win) so I get the frustration from the fans, but I think I would’ve just been a more of an “of course this happens” angry at the world or god instead of inflicting it on one sole person. "
27% They Call Me Mister Tibbs! (1970) - May 21, 2020
79% The Outlaw and His Wife (1918) - May 21, 2020
79% The Sound of Fury (1950) - May 20, 2020
27% Manpower (1941) - May 20, 2020
79% To Be or Not to Be (1942) - May 19, 2020
"The most Wes Anderson Lubitsch film for sure."
79% The Big Night (1951) - May 19, 2020