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| Priest Review by thegoldensimatar
Long time, long long time since I wrote a review. Feels good to start again. Lets dive in. There has always been Man. There has always been Vampires. The two races warred for centuries until the Church trained and sent Warrior Priests against the Vampires. The humans won, now with most of hum...
| I Saw the Devil Review by Kyle scott
"Battle not with monsters, lest ye become a monster, and if you gaze into the abyss, the abyss gazes also into you" - Friedrich Nietzsche When a secret service agents wife and unborn child are brutally slain in an act of sickening violence, he begins a campaign of torment upon the man respon...
| Super 8 Review by alex1176
Geez, where do begin? I haven't written a movie review for this site in many months. But let me just start out by saying that "Super 8" is great. This is the third film from tv writer/producer J.J. Abrams and certainly his best yet. It's a creature feature with a premise not unlike something from "T...
| Rammbock: Berlin Undead Review by DeadByDawn
I feel I should preface my review of Rammbock: Berlin Undead (Marvin Kren, 2010) with a confession: I have developed a very grumpy attitude toward zombie movies. When 28 Days Later came out, I loved it; When the Dawn of the Dead remake came out, I felt a little betrayed and angry, but I actually rea...
| House on Haunted Hill (1959) Review by TerrorCorner
have a confession to make: I'm a fan of black and white horror movies. Why would I, a man born in the heyday of horror films like "Halloween", "Texas Chainsaw Massacre", and others be a fan of primitive black and white ones?Simple, they're fun, and "House on Haunted Hill" is an example o...
| The Strangers (2008) Review by TerrorCorner
"We tell ourselves there's nothing to fear. But sometimes we're wrong..."
Such is the tagline for "The Strangers"... and absolutely right.
Kristen and James arrive at their isolate vacation home after attending a friend's wedding. While James is out, Kristen responds to a woman knockin...
| The Rite Review by alex1176
If you were to re-name the main character in "The Rite" to Father Merrin and set the film in the 1960's, you'd have a pretty good prequel to "The Exorcist". However, there's already one. Two actually; one is titled "The Exorcist: The Beginning" and the other is known as "Dominion: Prequel to Th...
| Monsters (2010) Review by azathoth
Not very impressive. The premise is that alien life forms have taken over mid-to-northern Mexico. A rich girl and a photojournalist are trying to get from southern Mexico back to the US. The problem is that, for some reason, only ferries can take people back. Ground travel I ...
| Season of the Witch Review by alex1176
"Season of the Witch" is like a 70's Italian exploitation horror film without the explicit gore, sex and nudity. It stars Nicolas Cage and Ron Pearlman as brothers-in-arms who fight side-by-side in every battle the Crusades ever had (from I could tell). If you ever saw the opening credit sequence of...
| Hatchet (2006) Review by TerrorCorner
The poster for "Hatchet" calls it "Old School American Horror"... and it is.
In the depths of the New Orleans bayou, a deformed boy by the name of Victor Crowley was the victim of a Halloween prank gone wrong. While saving trying to save his son by hacking through the door with a hatchet, Mr....
| Horror of Dracula (1958) Review by TerrorCorner
1931 saw the release of Universal Studio's "Dracula" starring Bela Lugosi- an iconic film in its own right when it comes to the horror genre. After the success of the British film company, Hammer Films' movie "Curse of Frankenstein", Universal granted Hammer Films the right to remake many of t...
| Dracula Has Risen From the Grave (1968) Review by TerrorCorner
When a horror fan hears the words, "Hammer Horror film", they'll probably automaticaly think of Christopher Lee, and Count Dracula. "Dracula Has Risen From the Grave" is the fourth of the famous Hammer Horror Dracula series, and is a direct sequal to "Dracula: Prince of Darkness".
| The Fog (1980) Review by TerrorCorner
1980 saw the town of Antonio Bay, California celebrating it's 100th birthday, and some uninvited guests showing up to wish them a "Happy Deathday" in John Carpenter's "The Fog"...After the success of "Halloween", Carpenter was given a budget of one million dollars, and filmed "The Fog". a...
| Dead Noon (2007) Review by TerrorCorner
Demons, skeletons, gun slingers and zombies abound as an old west outlaw rises from the grave in the modern west seeking revenge.You'd think that with all that being offered, this would be a pretty decent movie. Well, I hate to disappoint you, but this movie is pretty much a stagecoach wreck.&...
| Dementia 13 (1963) Review by TerrorCorner
I'm going to go back in time for my first movie... all the way back to when Francis Ford Coppola was just starting out... back to 1963...Producer Roger Corman hired Coppola to direct "Dementia 13" right after shooting the movie "The Young Racers," with a budget of $22,000.00, and his friends acting ...
| Paranormal Activity (2007) Review by TerrorCorner
I am a fan of low budget horror movies, and a fan of ghost stories. It's rare to find the two combined- and combined well. "Paranormal Activity" is one of those rare ones that did the job well.
Micha and Katie are a happy couple living together, when they start to experience strange noi...
| Paranormal Activity 2 (2010) Review by TerrorCorner
I'm not going to lie, when it comes to sequals, I tend to lower my expectations since I've found that seldom are sequals as good as the first movie. When I heard that they were doing a second "Paranormal Activity" movie, I was hesitant. I wondered what exactly could they to add to what c...
| Dawn of the Dead (1978) Review by TerrorCorner
With "Night of the Living Dead", George Romero changed the face of horror movies forever by presenting us with a new, horrific entity to haunt our dreams... and provide the horror genre new ways to splash us with crimson blood and meaty innards. Such was the birth of the modern zombie.
| I SAW THE DEVIL Review by Laash
This is one BLOODY-Ferocious revenge flick! After finding out his girlfriend has been brutally murdered by a sadistic killer, NSI agent Soo-Hyun takes the matters into his own hand and soon enough able to tracks down the psychopath culprit Kyung-chul who mercilessly likes to kill his young female vi...
| Dorothy Mills (2008) Review by TerrorCorner
I have always maintained that it's hard to do a decent ghost story without resorting to gore. I've found that the British and Irish film industry are the ones that come closest to pulling it off. The film, "Dorothy Mills" is an excellent example of that.
Carice Van Houten is Dublin Psyc...
| Case 39 Review by TerrorCorner
I only have really two complaints with this particular movie: the characters, and the low fun factor.
Renee Zellweger plays Emily Jenkins, a social worker who has just recieved her 39th case, and investigates a potential child abuse case... and winds up taking in the child Lillith (play...
| Case 39 (2010) Review by thefinalsolution
Buried in work, child services worker Emily Jenkins (Renée Zellweger) is given yet another case (her 39TH) to deal with by her boss Wayne (Adrian Lester). The case regards the apparent poor treatment of a young girl named Lillith (Jodelle Ferland) at the hands of her parents. Emily fights t...
| The House Of The Devil Review by The Creature
PLOT: A young college student by the name of Samantha Hughes is looking for an apartment. The landlady (Dee Wallace of Cujo and The Howling!) generously tells Samantha that she can pay the first month's rent since she cannot afford a security deposit. Samantha is desperatley trying to make some mone...
| Hatchet 2 Review by Googopqp
Victor Crowley is back and he's just as pissed as ever in the sequel to the slasher film Hatchet. The story continues at the exact moment the first one ends (literally) and follows Marybeth who is now played by Danielle Harris. She is told to visit Rev Zombie, played by Tony Todd, to learn how to st...
| The Fourth Kind Review by sickf**k
The Fourth Kind, the perfect example of why not to take too much LSD. No, my friends this movie isn't about mind altering drugs, but it does explain maybe why this Dr. Tyler was going crazy. The film which appears to be a true story tells of Dr. Tyler as she interviews other crazy people who c...
| Dark House Review by JoeTerror
I really can't believe this took top honors at the 2009 Shriekfest Film Festival! Believe me I was a bit duped by the trailer as well. Darin Scott directs and what starts off great quickly goes downhill after about 20 minutues, it seemed like he was trying to pull some Sam Raimi moves but instead de...
| Let Me In Review by alex1176
When this American remake of the Swedish classic "Let the Right One In" was first announced, I was one of many who hated the idea. "The Right One In" was a quiet, haunting film that finely revisioned the vampire story. It was contemporary, chilling and quite touching. To me, a remake ...
| The Human Centipede Review by sickf**k
I've finally got a copy of The Human Centipede from Netflix and I ask myself Why the hell didn't I buy this film? 2010 hasn't exactly been great for horror movies. We got a couple remakes some good others horrible and we got some films that stand out. Not many though. The Human Centipede is a film I...
| The Thing Review by SweetReaper
"In the winter of 1982 a twelve man research team at a remote Antarctic research station discovers an alien buried in the snow for over 100,000 years. Soon unfrozen, the form-changing alien wreaks havoc, creates terror and becomes one of them."
The Thing is probably, in my opinion, one ...
| The Happening (2008) Review by Gardenofstone10
Oh, The Happening, where to begin? I don't normally succumb to people trashing on movies. It's disrespectful to all the hard work that goes into making a movie an idea in the head all the way to something on the silver screen. For that reason, I give every movie a chance. Thi...
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