A few nights ago I viewed the uncut version of the infamous Cannibal Holocaust. While the film is indeed as horrific as everyone says it is, its script could do with a few adjustments. For those who don’t know Cannibal Holocaust is about a group of young filmmakers who disappear in the Amazon jungle while… Read More I liked eating…LIKED. Cannibal Holocaust (1980) Review
The Sandman Volume 2 The Doll’s House is much superior to the previous volume Preludes and Nocturnes. For example one thing this collection has that Preludes lacked is a good protagonist. The book follows an American girl, Rose Walker. She goes to England with her mother and tries to find her lost younger brother Jed.… Read More Much Better. Sandman The Doll’s House (1989) Review
I remember after one viewing of Pitch Black I went online and looked at the reviews. One of them was on a Christian Film Review site. It obviously talked about the religious symbolism and how it’s a Christian allegory and other things I don’t remember. I re-watched Pitch Black a few days and this time… Read More Pitch Black: A Christian Allegory?
So, this is my first book review on Duffhood. I’m more enthusiastic about cinema than literature but I still like to read. Mostly Sci-Fi, although I am trying to exit that comfort zone. Daniel X is a series I’ve been following for quite a few years now. For those who are unfamiliar the series concerns… Read More James Patterson: The Michael Bay of Literature. Daniel X: Lights Out (2015) Review
Well, this is a first. I’d like to post a more honest review of The Revenant after reflecting on the film and looking at other reviews. In my original review (which you can see here) I gave the film 9 out of 10 based on its technical excellence, strong performances and unique interpretation of an… Read More I’ve got a confession to make. The Revenant (2015) RE-Review