Alas, what do persist all too strongly in my mind are the schmaltzy, woman-in-love-with-dangerous-stranger clichés on display in the movie.
A low budget slasher makes Angelo question his life decisions...
In the end, I pretty much got what I expected from this movie.
Finally! A Lovecraft film that's actually worth watching!
...this is one of those rare occasions where an interesting idea with mostly good but few great elements is elevated into the must-see category by virtue of having a singular quality.
In case you were wondering, yes, there is an inexplicable midget.
...everyone in Hollywood seems to suffer from not knowing what they are missing when it comes to Tiffany Shepis.
A well made film killed by horrible pacing
“The Killer Inside Me” is a quintessential “through the eyes of a serial killer” story.
"Saw" meets "Hello Kitty". The end result? Something that can only be made in Japan.
You don’t want to give a Korean any reason to seek revenge on you.
a film this good doesn’t need to garner the big hardware to be accepted as great.
The best movie about a mad scientist that has sex with prehistoric fish monsters that I've ever seen. Sadly, there's some stiff competition for that award, no pun intended.
Imagine “Danger: Diabolik” as directed by Wes Anderson with additional input by JFK-era Oliver Stone.
...works as an atmospheric creature feature, with simple but largely effective dramatizations helping to immerse the viewer in the weird mood of that time and place.
Remember when Japanese horror films didn't all have that annoying, wet ghost-girl with the emo hair?
Plodding indie family drama meets torture porn. With bad accents.
This is the best movie ever to combine H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Case of Charles Dexter Ward” with William Burroughs’ “Naked Lunch” and structure it like the life cycle of a Cicada.
“Heartless” is in many ways, the best Clive Barker movie Clive Barker had nothing to do with.
It's like "Tremors" but way, way shittier
What can I say...
If a movie is going to have something as transgressive as serial rape at the core of its story a defining act of revenge is the bare minimum required for a viewer to endure the rest of the grueling ride.
I can't believe this movie is real.
Looks like we'll have to wait a little longer for the Italian horror renaissance.
“Land of the Minotaur” suffers from being too much like other films with out being enough like them in the right ways.
It's like an episode of "Scooby Doo" had sex with a "Goosebumps" book and shat out a really stupid child.
A post-modern mash-up of “Attack of the Killer Tomatoes” and “Scanners”?
The most 'meh' film I've ever seen
This week we discuss alchemy, camera technology, a first time guest host joins the show, and we review "As Above, So Below".