Alex Fitch

Alex Fitch

Agrees with the Tomatometer 90% of the time.

Alex Fitch's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Electric Sheep

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

The Dark Knight (2008)

"Most of the film is entertaining. The cast is uniformly excellent and the resounding praise aimed at the late Heath Ledger is deserved." ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Aug 20, 2014

Belladonna of Sadness (Kanashimi no Beradona) (1973)

"The many unique elements that make the film stand out from its peers, including the art on screen, combined with the Emaki-mono presentation, make Belladonna of Sadness a must-see for fans of Japanese animation." ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Jun 22, 2014
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Senn (2013)

"Senn is a gem that will hopefully accrue the cult following it deserves." ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Jun 10, 2014

Ninja Scroll (1995)

"For those seeking the best ninja/samurai action on screen, there are dozens of live action movies either directed by Akira Kurosawa or based on manga by Kazuo Koike that are much better films than Ninja Scroll." ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Nov 29, 2012

Hausu (House) (1977)

"Pushed the boundaries of the depiction of terror on screen and reveals the interest in the language of experimental filmmaking in genre and mainstream cinema of the time. " ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Oct 17, 2011

Monsters (2010)

"One of the most assured and impressive feature debuts in recent years." ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Dec 7, 2010

Inception (2010)

"After a couple of days' reflection, while I still would happily recommend the film as one of the best blockbusters I've seen this year, the flaws of the movie became increasingly apparent." ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Jul 16, 2010

Splice (2010)

"In spite of its few shortcomings, the film has much to commend it and its ideas are adeptly fleshed out by an excellent cast." ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Jul 7, 2010

Cube (1998)

"The lack of information, the strange Jack Kirbyesque details on the walls and the absence of any outside world makes the environment of the film timeless and suitably, subtly existential." ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted May 5, 2010

Sukai Kurora (The Sky Crawlers) (2008)

"The Sky Crawlers is Oshii's finest film since 2001's underrated Avalon and his best animé since the original Ghost in the Shell." ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Apr 8, 2010

Alice in Wonderland (2010)

"Not to say that Tim Burton's made a bad film, more that this is a missed opportunity." ‐ Electric Sheep
Posted Mar 16, 2010