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  • The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor

    "While definitely has delivered another hit for the studio, it’s unforgivable how dumbed-down the final product is... The best way to describe this...

  • Voice (V)

    "It’s also a fitting and classy closing to a production that rises above the clichés that generally riddle the Asian market—a truly interesting project that...

  • Death Valley (V)

    "In the end, the film—buoyed by the cast—keeps interest up all the way to the final frames and that must say something since if you’ve...

  • The Vanguard (V)

    "But writer/director Matthew Hope bogs down his narrative with the baggy minutia of varied subplots until the entire point of his film seems lost in...

  • The X-Files: I Want to Believe

    "X-FILES: I WANT TO BELIEVE is a slow burn, but the fire never catches on. It’s all talk, no action and is guaranteed to leave...

  • Lost Boys The Tribe (V)

    "It’s ridiculous that Warner made this movie, especially because it’s obvious that it was made to cash in on the film’s title. This in no...

  • Siren: Blood Curse Demo Review

    So downloadable right now on the Playstation Network is the Siren: Blood Curse demo. The game will be coming out and downloadable in 12 episodes,...

  • Vampyr

    "Dryer’s film is visually arresting. That the dialogue is so Spartan and unimportant allows the viewer to fully immerse themselves in the world he...

  • Brutal Massacre: A Comedy (V)

    "What it does best, though, is give a somewhat insightful look into low-budget genre film making. It's even been said that some of the flubs...

  • Baghead (V)

    "To say my first experience in mumblecore was good would be an understatement. Truth be told, BAGHEAD has sleeper hit written all over it. It...

  • Trapped Ashes (V)

    "Ultimately, TRAPPED ASHES could have been something very special, but it feels cheap…and not in the sense of budgetary constraints. No, that would be...

  • Insanitarium (V)

    "Solid performances from the cast, quick direction and a good machete to the face make this one worth checking out."

  • Asylum (V)

    "Too bad to be funny and not gruesome enough to be disturbing, ASYLUM manages to be a late contender for worst film of the year....

  • Hellboy II: The Golden Army

    "There was no way, shape or form that HELLBOY II would meet its expectation, but even with all of the anticipation, the film managed to...

  • Pink Eye

    "An imperfect, offensive, low budget horror nightmare. Pink Eye may at times seem like it was rush produced, but the low budget atmosphere quickly...

  • The Entrance (V)

    "It would be a shame to dismiss THE ENTRANCE based on the True Story moniker and the Box Art, which tries to make the film...

  • The Living and the Dead (UK) (V)

    "THE LIVING AND THE DEAD isn't a horror movie in the traditional sense but its highly effective in giving viewers a thought provoking and truly...

  • The Cars That Ate Paris (R2)

    "For an independent film, made in the heyday of Australian productions, THE CARS THAT ATE PARIS is certainly a competently made film, despite my issues...

  • Picnic at Hanging Rock (R2)

    "While viewing PICNIC AT PICNIC ROCK, make a point to totally immerse yourself in the story, casting yourself as a character whose sole purpose is...

  • Lucker: the Necrophagous (V)

    "So, if you’re looking for a quick lesson in extreme fringe cinema then look no further. But if you’re in the mood for quality...

  • The Horror Vault (V)

    "Regardless of all that, this is still the best set of short film’s I’ve seen since last year’s SEVERED HEAD NETWORK and with a second...

  • Creepers (Short)

    "It’s a shame because somewhere in there it seems like there is a solid story to tell—evidenced by the recent L.A.-based disaster film RIGHT AT...

  • The Happening

    "But here's the real shocker, the statement that will blow all of your minds... this is one movie that you will be hoping for a...

  • The Wig (V)

    "It’d be hard to unequivocally recommend THE WIG. The film requires a lot of commitment on the part of the viewer. It demands that...