CRIMEWATCH: Seven Psychopaths

Sam Kench

Sam Kench

Sam Kench is a high school film fanatic who moonlights as an amateur filmmaker himself. Following in the footsteps of Martin McDonaugh, Darren Aronofsky, and Quentin Tarantino. Also has an aspiration for art and produces many drawings, paintings, and noire art revolving around movies and actors

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  1. Pedro Oliveira says:

    I din’t like Seven Psychopaths at all. It’s nothing but a wannabe Tarantino movie, which is precisely the reason I strongly hate Guy Richtie movies.

    • sam says:

      Tarantino is my favorite director of all time, but I really like Seven Psychopaths and most Guy Ritchie films. Not as much as Tarantino films, but I like them all the same.

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