Alrighty, kids! We had the opportunity to take in this weekend's horror offering, The Last Exorcism Part II, a bit early and have your review right here. Does it stack up to the original? Yes and no.
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What is a sequel? Does it have to be a direct follow-up?
Well, if nothing else comes out of The Number 23, I can safely say it’s made Joel Schumacher no longer known to me only as the man who put nipples on the batsuit.
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Despite its age Wes Craven's 1972 shocker The Last House on the Left remains one of the hardest movies in our genre to sit through.
I suspect if it wasn’t for Rare Exports – a new modern classic as far as I’m concerned – coming along this past Christmas setting the bar so high, there’s a good chance I may have enjoyed Si
I must admit upfront that I'm not a huge fan of the original Lake Placid.