Even though I’m not a big fan of anthology movies, I figured I would enjoy Trapped Ashes, due to the filmmakers involved.
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The amount of surprises this movie contains is beyond astonishing.
The best way to watch Stoker is to know nothing at all. Go in completely blind, and read nothing (including this review, though that's good advice for all movies really).
FEBRUARY 1, 2013GENRE: COMEDIC, ZOMBIE SOURCE: THEATRICAL (REGULAR SCREENING)Since it sold like 8 million copies or something, I'm sure more than a couple of you own Live's "Throwing Copper" album, so maybe at least ONE of
I’m curious what you guys would prefer - a well made film with a lame script, or a great script undone by bad acting/production value?
Don't read this review. Don't read anyone else's either. Don't watch a trailer, don't read whatever articles have been written on the film... just go in blind.
I know a guy who, no exaggeration, likes any horror movie in which the female lead is hot. It’s literally all it takes for him to enjoy the movie.
I heard a lot of pans of The Horde (La Horde if you’re French), but most of them were from folks who tend to hate just about everything that they watch on screeners, often not even paying attention to the movie.
Earlier this year I watched, and really enjoyed, Slaughter Night, a Dutch slasher movie that really wasn’t all that original, but yet interes