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8/10 Triangle

Christopher Smith seems to be gunning for the spot of the UK’s resident master of horror...

Posted 02/01/10 by John Shelton
4/10 Island of the Fishmen

Bach is both exotically pretty and distressingly pelagic for someone playing a human in a movie about human/fish hybrids...

Posted 01/29/10 by Tor
5/10 Nightwish

It's self-importance is often more amusing than the storyline itself...

Posted 01/28/10 by Todd
3/10 The Donner Party

If the History Channel ever took a page from SyFy’s book and started making original movies, they’d probably look a lot like [this]...

Posted 01/25/10 by John Shelton
1/10 Legion

Neither ascends to lofty heights nor sinks to salacious (and enjoyable) lows...

Posted 01/23/10 by Jon
8/10 Let's Scare Jessica to Death

An early salvo from America’s most nihilistic cinematic decade...

Posted 01/22/10 by Tor
9/10 The Road

In less capable hands, “The Road” could have easily become an excursion into mindless exploitation and needless excess.

Posted 01/21/10 by Todd
8/10 Blood Creek

"Sure to be a cult item once it brutally worms its way into the horror community’s meaty vernacular"

Posted 01/19/10 by Todd
5/10 Marronnier

"...Some sort of highly advanced audiovisual programming language for robot sex dolls..."

Posted 01/18/10 by John Shelton
5/10 The Book of Eli

"Book of Eli" mixes a violent post-apocalypse with some uneven religious exploration. Your results may vary.

Posted 01/17/10 by Jon
2/10 Alone in the Dark II

Two turds short of a broken toilet...

Posted 01/14/10 by Todd
5/10 Big Bad Wolf

Even soft core sex and actual nudity offer little relief from the creeping averageness...

Posted 01/13/10 by Tor
8/10 Street Trash

"Street Trash" isn't afraid to urinate profusely across your tender senses...

Posted 01/12/10 by Todd
5/10 100 Feet

"Unfortunately, it's not the sum of its parts."

Posted 01/11/10 by John Shelton
7/10 Daybreakers

The Spierig Brothers employ many creative faculties that lift "Daybreakers" to the heights of heady, B-movie delirium.

Posted 01/09/10 by Jon
6/10 Zombie Death House

Tor reviews John Saxon's lone directorial effort.

Posted 01/08/10 by Tor
7/10 Ice Cream Man

"I would methodically remove all the hair on my body, discard all of my worldly possessions, and live inside Ice Cream Man.”

Posted 01/07/10 by Todd
5/10 Legion of the Dead

A violent, zombie themed stoner comedy?

Posted 01/05/10 by Todd
7/10 Fear Chamber

Not Karloff's finest, but not his worst either.

Posted 01/04/10 by John Shelton
3/10 Asylum

Tor ponders a history of cinematic dicks.

Posted 12/31/09 by Tor
4/10 Dard Divorce Posted 12/30/09 by Todd
3/10 The Shortcut

Adam Sandler produced horror film turns out to be a dud.

Posted 12/29/09 by Todd
4/10 Zombies Anonymous Posted 12/28/09 by John Shelton
7/10 House of Voices (Saint Ange)

Tor reviews one of Pascal Laugier's works before "Martyrs".

Posted 12/24/09 by Tor
6/10 Stan Helsing

Woof.

Posted 12/23/09 by Casey
6/10 Two Front Teeth

"A film that probably looks much, much better through eggnog-colored glasses."

Posted 12/22/09 by Todd
5/10 The Lost Boys

John takes a fresh look at beloved genre film.

Posted 12/21/09 by John Shelton
7/10 Massacre in Dinosaur Valley

"I’m pretty sure the waters of the Amazon were like 40% cocaine at the time [this was made]"

Posted 12/18/09 by Tor
6/10 Don't Open Till Christmas

A Vestron Video classic!

Posted 12/17/09 by Todd
4/10 Beast Within

Sometimes picking a movie based on names above the title is not a good idea.

Posted 12/15/09 by Todd

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