The most unwieldy sequel title in a while indicates that the movie is not really a sequel at all.
To address the most obvious question first: Yes, WARM BODIES is better than the TWILIGHT movies.
THE LAST EXORCISM is an exciting film. It’s exciting to watch, be a part of and then eagerly discuss after.
Where V/H/S was a raw, lo-fi and frightening odyssey via POV, its sequel is—and from the very outset—bigger, weirder and even reflective of its predecessor.
Dave Wong (Chase Williamson) meets reporter Arnie Blandstone (Paul Giamatti) late one night in an empty Chinese restaurant.
The initial conceit of CROPSEY, an investigation into what is essentially an urban legend come to life, is enough to scare you without even seeing it.
If pressed for time, TUCKER & DALE VS.
The best thing in HANSEL & GRETEL: WITCH HUNTERS isn’t Hansel or Gretel or the witches—though they have their moments—but a character with the deceptively genteel name of Edward.
There's a weirdness to the circumstances of JUG FACE’s plot that doesn't quite take hold of the entire film.