• ageneral

    ★★★★ Watched by ageneral 28 Apr, 2016



  • Daniel Baldwin

    ★★★½ Watched by Daniel Baldwin 19 Apr, 2016

    "Popcorn isn’t a forgotten classic, but it is definitely an under-loved gem. From its ‘80s vibe to its fun concept to its wide assortment of bonafide horror talent, it’s a lot of fun and probably a great film to pop in and munch down on some popped corn with a few like-minded friends. Whether you decide to wait for Synapse’s promised Blu-ray or you track down on your own before then, chances are you’ll be entertained by this offbeat slasher…


  • SJHoneywell

    ★★½ Added by SJHoneywell

    Solid idea,
    Fun bad guy, nice homages,
    But strangely flat, dull.


  • oh_dae_su

    ★★★ Watched by oh_dae_su 06 Apr, 2016

    Not a bad little late cycle slasher that owes more than a little to The Abominable Dr Phibes.

    A group a film students put on an all night horrorthon at a local picture palace to raise funds for their group. But someone is taking advantage of the setting to kill them off one by one.

    Although this appears to be a little in the vein of Phantom of the Opera, it takes more of it's cues from Dr Phibes, not…


  • Jason Tull

    ★★★★ Added by Jason Tull

    Wow, I remember seeing this on Netflix and being so damn surprised how much I liked it. Cause this was one of the movies I'd always see in the video store walking down the horror aisle and loved the cover but would read the summary and then just go like 'nah..' but god damn if this movie ain't give me a good time.

    Got some phantom of the theater shit going for it, uses its gimmick well and turns out satisfying to sit back and watch.


  • Cliff

    ★★★ Watched by Cliff 11 Mar, 2016

    None-more 1990s comedy slasher starring the reliable Jill Schoelen as film student Maggie, who helps her class put on an old-fashioned, gimmick-filled all-nighter at the local movie theatre. But she's plagued by nightmares of an Aleister Crowley-ish killer who, of course, turns up at the screening to slaughter her friends, using their own props (including a radio-controlled giant mosquito, an electric shock machine and Aroma-rama stink bombs) against them. If you have a built-in aversion to bad American genre flicks…


  • Airunh23

    Watched by Airunh23 10 Feb, 2016

    Rating: D


  • jmclaughlin83

    ★★½ Rewatched by jmclaughlin83 27 Jan, 2016

    A group of young film students renovate an old movie palace to put on an all night horror-thon, and a killer is in their midst.
    Better premise than it is executed, but has a fun love of the presentation and history of theatres.


  • Keith Abt

    ★★ Rewatched by Keith Abt 27 Jan, 2016

    This flick had one of the best poster/tag lines ever: "BUY A BAG - GO HOME IN A BOX."

    College film students rent out a theater for a fund raising "all night horror-thon" of gimmicky '50s schlock movies. Unfortunately, someone who might be connected to a deranged avant-garde film director from years past is also in attendance and he starts picking them off one by one during the show.
    This early '90s video store & cable favorite is pretty dated now but it's still a fun watch, particularly for the jokey "films within the film" being shown in the theater.


  • Corin Ennis

    ★★★ Added by Corin Ennis

    Like a weird mix of Opera and Stagefright, some great moments of scene chewing, the main plot is a bit convoluted.


  • Sascha Nolte

    ★★★½ Watched by Sascha Nolte 19 Jan, 2016 3

    Oft sträflich übersehene, typische spät-80er Videoware mit ungewöhnlicher Produktionsgeschichte, die zu einem recht einzigartigen Resultat geführt hat. Schön und recht kultig.


  • Bennett Hipps

    ★★★ Watched by Bennett Hipps 12 Jan, 2016

    A film class decides to throw an all-night horror movie festival to save the old theater, featuring all the gimmicks and showmanship that traveling movie roadshows used to employ. On tap for the night are a giant mosquito movie (complete with a big mosquito prop that flies out a the audience), a Tingler-esque movie that uses electric buzzers under the audience's seats, and a funky Japanese sci fi horror movie that employs scented gasses that match the odors described on…