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  • Victim



    A sick little take on the torture porn genre. It's pretty well made but I wouldn't exactly call it a fun watch.

  • Eddie: The Sleepwalking Cannibal

    Eddie: The Sleepwalking Cannibal


    Too much sleepwalking, not enough cannibalism, but this is still a surprisingly well made horror comedy. Stephen McHattie is great in a small role as a slimy art agent.

  • The Five-Year Engagement

    The Five-Year Engagement


    Yes, but did the film need to be five years long as well?

  • Beyond the Door III

    Beyond the Door III


    Some great gore, a horribly miscast Bo Svenson and possibly the least convincing model train effects in the history of cinema almost make this laughable movie worth sitting through. Almost.

  • Tales of an Ancient Empire

    Tales of an Ancient Empire


    Albert Pyun's followup to his first film, 1982's THE SWORD AND THE SORCERER. Not only hasn't Pyun learned anything about filmmaking in the past 30 years, he's actually managed to forget quite a bit. He seems to have no idea how to edit a scene or where to put the camera. The plot is incomprehensible and the acting is atrocious, especially from veterans like Michael Pare and Kevin Sorbo who aren't even pretending to put any effort into their roles.…

  • Hick



    A great cast gives it their all but it's not enough to save this turgid piece of rednecksploitation. For something similar but much more successful, check out FREEWAY, the movie that HICK tries really, really hard to be but just doesn't have the guts to pull off.

  • Chronicle



    A pretty good film but it would have been more effective if the filmmakers had abandoned the found footage aspect. It added nothing to the film and actually served to distance me from the characters since my mind was constantly on who was handling (or at least manipulating) the camera. I also found the central character to be something of a jerk from the very beginning, limiting the empathy I had for him.

  • Battlefield Earth

    Battlefield Earth


    Yep, just as bad as I remembered.

  • W.E.



    Not as terrible as I've heard but it still contains some cringe-worthy moments, especially in the second half.

  • The X from Outer Space

    The X from Outer Space


    Not the best kaiju (and it takes a long time to get to the monster), but it's entertaining enough. Gets extra points for having probably the dopiest looking monster ever.

  • Overlords of the U.F.O.

    Overlords of the U.F.O.

    Cheap, cheap, cheap "documentary" about UFOs. There were dozens of these things in the 1970s and this one just might be the worst.

  • The Cabin in the Woods

    The Cabin in the Woods


    Great film. I'm not going to say anything about the plot because the less you know going in the more fun you'll have. Horror fans are going to have a blast with this movie. It's a beautifully written and directed film that winds up being an homage to just about every horror film ever made. If that sounds appealing to you then just go see it, but try and avoid the trailers which gave away way too much.