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brickwall

Celluloid Junkie - 3314 Film Ratings

Member Since: Apr 14, 2014

Location: Winter Park, Florida, USA

Age: 22

Gender: Male

Status: Single

Bio: Film critic and filmmaker.
Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/brickwallpictures
more Recent Ratings
71 64% Next of Kin (1982) - Oct 16, 2019
"The only horror movie I know of where the climax involves the protagonist building a pyramid out of sugar cubes"
75 68% 3 Extremes (2004) - Oct 16, 2019
56 39% Mayhem (2017) - Oct 16, 2019
"So close to being awesome. It aims for the right tone as opposed to the similar Belko Experiment, which makes for a more enjoyable watch. The soundtrack is inconsistently cool, the action is too sparse and slow to be as exciting or thrilling as the concept demands, and some of the side acting could certainly be better. The film feels held back by its budget. The infection rules are pretty inconsistent too, why the hell would the secretaries and security guards still be following orders?"
76 70% El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (2019) - Oct 15, 2019
"Sure, it isn't necessary, but as long as Gilligan remains at the helm and keeps the bar high, I'm fully on board for this expanding Breaking Bad universe. Blows the MCU out of the water. Coming over the next decade we'll get a touching drama catching up with Walter Jr., a gangster buddy series with Huell and Bill Burr, and a thriller where grown up Brock and grown up Mike's Granddaughter have to team up against the DEA for some reason that Mr. Gilligan will make seem plausible"
56 39% Creepshow (2019) - Oct 14, 2019
"It's as goofy/campy as possible which makes for a light tone and each segment usually has at least one cool moment or standout gore effect, but the majority of the runtime is mostly dull, not funny enough to watch as comedy, not tense or gory enough to watch as horror"
52 34% Tom Papa: Live in New York City (2011) - Oct 13, 2019
"Why the fuck did Rob Zombie direct this?"
78 73% The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986) - Oct 13, 2019
78 73% The Changeling (1980) - Oct 10, 2019
"Could blend into the pantheon of haunted house movies, it's got all the cliches that are still being flung around today, but there are some real points in its favor. It has one of the best ghost-psychic scenes this side of Poltergeist, the story develops in an interesting way, and an all around classy vibe. The film uses key sound effects quite well. I love George C. Scott but his reactions to some of the spooky happenings are woefully underplayed; you can probably blame that on the director."
58 41% Count Dracula (1970) - Oct 05, 2019
"Not one of the essential Dracula tellings, but it's not bad. Some of the music is pretty cool and it is quite interesting to see Christopher Lee playing a different version of Dracula and Klaus Kinski playing Renfield before going on to play Nosferatu in Herzog's version later in the decade. Plus there's some grade-A cheese to up the enjoyment factor in a few places"