“Time enough at last.”
Welcome to the Quarantined Critic, the review blog for the sheltered in place.
We’ve suddenly got a lot of time on our sanitized hands.
Kill some time with us.
I walked into Eyes Without a Face with high expectations. Maybe it was the the badass title? Maybe it was the compelling premise? Maybe it was a half remembered quote from a commentary, interview, or a review somewhere where someone said something like “I thought I had seen everything the horror genre had to offer, … Continue Reading Eyes Without a Face (1960) October 13th, 2020
Happy anniversary to this blog! It’s been a whole miserable year since I started this escapist vanity project. To think one year ago I had the wholly original and completely unique idea to start writing a blog about the movies I was consuming in quarantine. And the rest was history, there was no holding back … Continue Reading Lifeforce (1985) October 13th, 2020
Terror is a Man quickly became my standout favorite last October. Taking its premise from Island of Lost Souls (and therefore from The Island of Doctor Moreau) and stitching it together with Frankenstein‘s plot and the locations from I Walked With a Zombie, Terror is a Man’s story focuses on a shipwrecked man washing ashore … Continue Reading Terror is a Man (1959) October 12th, 2020
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