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| Piranha 3D Review by ZOMBlE
AJA – Probably my favourite French horror director – Only directed a few feature length films before this one – He became well known after the release of his first full length film – Haute Tension – And has since been hired for a few American remakes – The hills h...
| Centurion (2010) Review by thefinalsolution
Centurion is lean and hungry stuff, as efficient in its story telling as in its brutality. Set in 117AD, Neil Marshall's (Dog Soldiers, The Descent)story pits the Roman empire against the guerrilla Picts, who have halted the Roman invasion so much so that Rome decides on a l...
| The Last Exorcism Review by jay_wigger
Judging by the tight security at The Last Exorcism's Canadian premiere at Fantasia and Alliance Films' infrared cameras pointed at the audience throughout for reaction shots for an intended Paranormal Activity-like marketing campaign (which has yet to be seen, by the way), one would thin...
| Piranha 3D Review by Suspiria_89
When I first saw the trailers for Piranha 3D I was skeptical for a couple of reasons. I was mainly concerned about two things. The CGI and the converted 3D. But after reading nothing but good reviews I knew I had go out and see it and today I finally got my chance. As you can tell by my rating, I ...
| Splice Review by alex1176
I'm a fan of Vincenzo Natali's cult classic "Cube". It partly inspired "Saw" and is quite an achievement in the genre of sci-fi horror. So, when I saw that Warner Bros. was releasing his latest film, I got pretty excited. After all, Natali is a visionary horror director and ...
| Jonah Hex Review by alex1176
Ahhh, "Jonah Hex". The DC Comics character isn't exactly well-known, so why Warner Bros. made the feature film, I have no idea. Well, actually I suspect that WB felt it HAD to have a 2010 summer comic book movie made. "The Green Lantern" will be out next summer and "Batman 3" will be ...
| A Serbian Film Review by jay_wigger
Where to begin? Well, let's just say right off the bat that first-time director Srdjan Spasojevic's A Serbian Film - the centerpiece of Fantasia's Subversive Serbia Spotlight - will easily go down as one of the most controversial films of all time. It is repulsive, disturbing, and downri...
| A Serbian Film (2009) Review by Gardenofstone10
Earlier today an article was posted about A Serbian Film being pulled from a film festival due to its graphic nature and refusal to be cut. Of course, I needed to see why so I found a copy online and watched it immediately. Viewer beware, the hype is more powerful than the movie.
| The Last Exorcism Review by thegoldensimatar
I like to keep my reviews as spoiler free as possible; but in order to try and review the movie; some of my review might be considered spoilerish.
The Last Exorcism is a disappointment, a muddled mess of a disappointment. But before leaping straight into it, lets set down the story.&n...
| The Last Exorcism Review by DeadByDawn
Contrary to what cult icon Eli Roth's name on the production credits might suggest, The Last Exorcism, birthed by director Daniel Stamm, and writers Huck Botko and Andrew Gurland, is a rather mild-mannered demon.
So far, many of the film’s reviewers have described it sort of how I would des...
| Piranha 3-D Review by Googopqp
What do you get when you cross thousands of prehistoric piranhas and thousands of college on vacation for spring break? Pure anarchy! In case you can't guess, Piranha 3-D is one of the recent remakes and takes place at Lake Victoria during Spring Break. College kids are going wild and getting drunk ...
| Piranha 3D Review by Shakingman
From the very beginning this film reminded me of the glory days of 70's schlock cinema. An avid fan of the B films of the 70's, Piranha 3D delivered and brought me back to the times spent at the Vogue theatre in Montreal as a teenager.
Piranha 3D, albeit the 3D doesn't really do much for this film,...
| Home Movie (2008) Review by thefinalsolution
Starring Adrian Pasdar ('Heroes', 'Near Dark') and Cady McClain ('All My Children'), 'Home Movie' tells the tale of a young family who has recently moved to the isolated countryside of upstate New York. At first, all seems perfect. The couple, a pastor and a child psychologi...
| PIRANHA 3D Review by FutureSlash
How many times in recent years have you been lured to the theater by an ad campaign promising that a movie will transport you back to the gory glory days of horror in the late 70s/early 80s, only to find yourself suffering through an overly produced car commercial starring a dozen bland CW star...
| Piranha 3D Review by thegoldensimatar
Piranha 3D promises a few, simple things: T&A and B&G. And does it deliver the goods? Oh hell yes! Piranha can net the title of the bloodiest, carnage laced film of the summer with and with enough boobies to put the American Pie series to shame. Is it high art? ...
| Beneath (2007) Review by thefinalsolution
As a young girl, Christy (Nora Zehetner) was involved in a traumatic car accident that saw her older sister, Vanessa (Carly Pope), burned alive. Vanessa was hospitalized for a period before finally passing away, although Christy has begun to doubt her sister's demise w...
| The Damned Thing (Masters Of Horror) Review by thefinalsolution
The Damned Thing revolves around Kevin Reddle (Sean Patrick Flannery), whose troubled family history opens the film. After a traumatic childhood event, Reddle becomes sheriff of the nearly crimeless town, and yet is strangely obsessed with home security. The plot...
| Babysitter Wanted Review by Goon
Sometimes after watching a fantastic film you get that sudden rush of enjoyment and sheer excitement that the horror genre is head in the right way again. After watching Babysitter Wanted I had that feeling and I knew that the horror genre is still capable of pumping out fantastic films on a budget....
| Best Worst Movie Review by Googopqp
20 years a film was made, a film so bad that not even the actors wanted to face what they had made. Even the parents wanted to forget this horrid film. All the critics hated this movie. But now, 20 years later, this film is gaining an audience, a huge audience of die hard fans. And now these people ...
| Darkness (T.M.A.) (2009) Review by the5thdroog
When I read about “Darkness (T.M.A.)”, I was pretty interested in seeing what a modern Czech horror film would be like. This comes from director, Juraj Hurz, who did “The Cremator” way back in 1969. I read further and found out this time arou...
| Brainjacked (2009) Review by the5thdroog
I’ve always been a fan of Herschell Gordon Lewis and when I saw his name on this I got excited. Then I realized that his name was attached only because the person, Andrew Allan, who produced Lewis’ newest movie “The Uh-oh Show”, directed “Bra...
| Frankenstein (1931) Review by TeeSeeBee
Based on the novel Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus written by Mary Shelley, Frankenstein tells the tale of Henry (Victor, in the book) Frankenstein, his desire to create life and the consequences that follow.
The story opens with Frankenstein and his assistant, Fritz, looking to find a brai...
| Scrapbook Review by MistressOf Horror
Scrapbook , directed by Eric Stanze , is a disturbing film, truthfully I am hardpresed to even finish a review . Its really hard watching a woman be repeatedly raped and beaten . And that basically is what most of this movie focuses on.
The storyline revolves around a woman who's been kidnapped and...
| Pontypool Review by The Creature
Pontypool is a 2009 Candian horror flick based off of Tony Burgess' novel, "Pontypool Changes Everything". This great little gem of a film is directed by Bruce Mcdonald and stars Stephen McHattie, Lisa Houle, Georgina Reilly, and Hrant Alianak.
So this flick was really original. The zombies in this...
| Herschell Gordon Lewis - The Godfather of Gore Review by jay_wigger
Old-school genre fans have been waiting for this one for a long time. Now, almost fifty years after Herschell Gordon Lewis ushered in the dawn of a new era in horror films, the wait is finally over and the fans will not be disappointed. Herschell Gordon Lewis - The Godfather of Gore is a...
| Predators Review by Suspiria_89
In 1987 the phenomenal film Predator was released. To this day it remains one of my favorite science fiction/horror movies. It was the perfect blend of sci fi and horror and it introduced us to some of the most memorable movie characters. Being a huge fan of the original I wasn’t exactly hap...
| I Spit on Your Grave (2010) Review by jay_wigger
I Spit on Your Grave has two strikes against it right out of the block: one, die hard horror fans are very vocal about their distaste for remakes of their favorite films of yesteryear; and two, the fact that it's a remake of one of the - if not the - most brutal rape revenge fi...
| Oasis of the Zombies Review by The Creature
Oasis of the Zombies is a 1981 horror film directed by cult filmaker, Jesus Franco and stars Manual Gelin and France Lomay. It should be known that Oasis is actually a French version of a Spanish film titled, "Le tumba de los muetros vivientes."
The film is about a group of people treasure hunting...
| Predators Review by alex1176
Robert Rodriguez's "Predators" is basically a quasi-remake of the 1987 classic hit "Predator", only nowhere as good. Ah-nuld's rumble-in-the-jungle sci-fi flick was a taut and tense actionier that kept you on the edge of your seat. That film was directed by John McTiernan who wen...
| The Wildman of the Navidad Review by pR1m3vil
The Wildman of the Navidad is one of the few sasquatch movies that is worth watching, possibly my favorite sasquatch movie. The story is based off the real journals Dale S. Rogers who had a bizarre set of encounters with the Wildman on his farm in Sublime Texas. ...
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