Sean Patrick

I have been a film critic for more than 17 years and worked professionally, as a member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association for the past 6 years. My favorite movie of all time is The Big Lebowski because it always feels new. 

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Movie Review: 'Porno'
11 days ago
Porno is a mixed bag of horror and comedy. Porno is a horror comedy that involves a small town movie theater that is cursed by a sex demon, though owned by a religious fanatic. One night, after the ow...
Movie Review 'Devil's Path' Is a Throwback Drive in Thriller
20 days ago
Devil’s Path is the kind of old school, grind house, chase in the woods thriller Hollywood doesn’t know how to make anymore. A throwback to the bloody, drive in thrillers of the 1970s, Devil’s Path is...
Movie Review 'The Drone'
2 months ago
The Drone is one of the silliest nonsense horror movies of recent memory. The film ranks next to movies like Zombeavers or the Korean horror movie, The Wig, which features killer hair extensions, as a...
Movie Review 'Dry Blood'
2 months ago
Dry Blood stars Clint Carney as Brian Barnes, a drug addict desperately hoping to get clean. After waking up in his car in some lonely Los Angeles alley, with no idea what he did in the preceding days...
Top 5 Demonic Possession Movies
4 months ago
The demonic possession movie remains an undying fascination for filmmakers and fans alike. People love speculating about life after death, heaven and hell and especially the powers of demons. Hollywoo...
Child's Play: Chucky at 30
4 months ago
How did our culture come to allow Chucky from Child’s Play become a thing? Thirty years after the film debuted Chucky remains in the darkest corners of our popular culture appealing to those with a bizarre, macabre sense of humor and a deep tolerance for stupid. Personally, I’ve never had any interest in this silly horror doll nonsense. I’ve never understood the appeal. Watching it for a 30th anniversary attempt at trying to understand the appeal of Child's Play, I can certainly grasp the absurd...