My name is Tanner, and I love horror and exploitation films. I watched Wes Craven’s Scream when I was two years-old, and in conjunction with Goosebumps, I gave myself a VHS-nightmare fueled childhood. I’d like to think I’m somewhat of an expert on what makes a movie good or bad, but if I did so I fear I would come off as smarter than I actually am. Regardless, movies are my favorite thing in life, closely followed by violent-mind-numbing video games and music that caucasian teenagers play to come off as edgy and different to their peers. The blog is meant to inspire you to watch films, love films, and rewatch films in no particular order. If I succeed in doing at least one of these things, I will feel accomplished in life. If I do not, then I fear I must go through yet another existential crisis and sell a large portion of my belongings to fuel another endeavor of sorts.

To see what I’m currently watching, follow me on Letterboxd, Twitter, and Instagram.

Rating System

All movies are rated on a five-star scale and garner their ratings from style, execution, story, and creativity. While some movies may be bigger budget than others, that does not entitle them to a higher score. That being said, just because a movie has really kick-ass scenes and an overall fun tone, doesn’t mean it will automatically be scored higher either. All movies are thought of individually, and while they may bring other movies to mind, each score is representative of the movie being spoken of and that movie only. Remember, these are my opinions, and whether you agree or disagree with them, they are still my own, and just because I like or dislike something, doesn’t mean you will feel the same way.

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