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Celluloid Junkie - 3607 Film Ratings

Member Since: 09 Apr 2006

Bio: My favorite genres are the western, horror, and comedy. I am currently getting more into older and foreign films, and I'm not a big fan of musicals or rom-coms. Right now my favorite film is The Third Man (1949).

more Recent Ratings

66 T2 Puppet Master II (1991) - 30 Nov 2023
"The first one was more interesting as a movie, this one kinda just exists, I guess."
65 T2 Five Nights at Freddy's (2023) - 30 Nov 2023
"I never played the games, so I guess this was alright, I didn't bother to see it in theaters."
93 T8 Punch-Drunk Love (2002) - 30 Nov 2023
"I was always a fan of Adam Sandler and thus am not surprised he could pull off a dramatic performance. This movie is really about how being in love is a form of insanity."
95 T9 Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) - 30 Nov 2023
""Going to Panama" and "Charge!" will never be forgotten by me. Utterly hilarious bleak comedy that has a wonderful ending."
90 T7 More Dead Than Alive (1968) - 30 Nov 2023
"Slow burn cult western that Vincent Price made in between horror movies. I dig it."
85 T6 Wisconsin Death Trip (1999) - 30 Nov 2023
"Unique flick, part documentary part folk Gothic horror movie."
96 T10 Eve's Bayou (1997) - 30 Nov 2023
"Sports a great cast, and serves as a haunting full length flashback to a long gone period in history, someone's memory that hasn't faded even with time."
95 T9 Little Shop of Horrors (1986) - 30 Nov 2023
"The dentist song will never leave my brain, if you can get your hands on the Blu-ray SE that has the wonderfully bleak alternative ending. This movie is funny and wonderful, more of a channeling of the stage musical than the original cult classic."
86 T6 Cure (1997) - 12 Nov 2023
"I'm not sure I understood this movie, I'm unclear about the ending. Still most of it captured my attention and there are some good creepy scenes that are quite memorable."
95 T9 Targets (1968) - 03 Nov 2023
"As much a swan song meta take on Boris Karloff's legendary career as it is an insight into the mind of a psychopath. Feels a bit too relevant even today."