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reviewed Insidious: Chapter 2 (2013 film). September 15, 2013
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Insidious: Chapter 2 (2013 film)
Director James Wan‘s “Insidious” was a horror film that had a strong first half; as it was able to generate a feeling of creepiness in the first half but then the second half became …
reviewed World War Z (2013 film). June 22, 2013
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World War Z (2013 film)
The zombie virus have already attacked the world in an unstoppable force with one wave after the other. Well, not in the manner that one may think. The zombie plague have attacked the annals of pop culture; …
reviewed Evil Dead (2013 film). April 07, 2013
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Evil Dead (2013 film)
Sam Raimi’s horror cult classic “The Evil Dead” back in 1981 is arguably one of the most debated genre film created. Its fans just genuinely love it while I know some people who just …
reviewed Paranormal Activity 4 (2012 film). October 22, 2012
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Paranormal Activity 4 (2012 film)
It seems like the “Paranormal Activity” movie franchise is fast becoming an October-Halloween tradition as with the “Saw”, “Halloween” and “Friday the 13th” …
reviewed The Possession (2012 film). September 02, 2012
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The Possession
A few nights ago, I saw an episode in the TV show “Paranormal Witness” about a box that seemed to contain pure evil. The story was about a family’s struggles with something that had …
reviewed Sector 7 (Korean film). June 27, 2012
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Sector 7
Seems like even South Korean filmmaking is getting into the 3D bandwagon. From the producers of “Tidal Wave”, comes the first 3D horror film to hail from South Korea. “Sector 7” …
reviewed Chernobyl Diaries. May 26, 2012
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Chernobyl Diaries
I am certain that most of us remember the Chernobyl disaster which occurred in 1986. It was a tragedy of epic proportions that up to this day, the area is still declared as uninhabitable. Well, I am also …
reviewed Dream House. March 02, 2012
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Dream House
Psychological thrillers and ghost stories. Two of my favorite horror genres which was why I immediately became interested with writer David Loucka and director Jim Sheridan’s “Dream House”. …
reviewed The Devil Inside. January 08, 2012
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The Devil Inside
The power of suggestion is a pretty strong marketing ploy. Recent movies such as “The Fourth Kind”, “Apollo 18” and the “Paranormal Activity” franchise have all but …
reviewed Rammbock: Berlin Undead. November 25, 2011
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Rammbock: Berlin Undead
In the search of more zombie horror, since I have grown rather weary of zombie comedies, so I’ve become willing to try anything. It is quite sad that the best zombie tales on any medium now resides …
reviewed Cold Fish. November 06, 2011
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Cold Fish
Sion Sono is a port turned filmmaker and has made a mark with his horror films, and it is not surprise that his films are almost poetic in nature. His “Suicide Club” had shocked audiences …
reviewed I Saw the Devil. May 12, 2011
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I Saw the Devil
Korean director Kim Ji-Woon has always been a film festival favorite and he has been one of Korea’s directors I follow religiously as with Park Chan-Wook (Oldboy), Kim Ki-Duk (The Isle), Hong Sang-Soo …
reviewed I Spit On Your Grave. February 19, 2011
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I Spit On Your Grave
The 1978 original film “I Spit On Your Grave” was a product of its generation. It was exploitive, bold, perhaps a little silly but it made its mark as the ultimate, infamous revenge/rape flick …
reviewed Piranha (2010 film). January 14, 2011
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Piranha 3-D (2010)
Remember how the now-classic monster film “Jaws” had inspired many films that portray of sea beasts on a rampage? Movies like “Orca”, “Alligator” and even the 1978 …
reviewed Love Ghost. October 09, 2010
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Love Ghost
Manga (Japanese comic) to anime to live-action film has been one of the formulas being done in Japan. "Love Ghost" is based on the manga titled "Shibito No Koiwazurai" (Translates …
reviewed [REC] 2. August 28, 2010
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Movie poster
One of the scariest movies of 2007 was the Spanish horror hit [REC] that also inspired the American remake “Quarantine”. [REC] took the first-person POV style cinematography to heights never …
reviewed The Last Exorcism. August 28, 2010
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The Last Exorcism
Let’s cut to the chase; if you don’t like the first-person POV style cinematography and storytelling first seen in movies such as “The Blair Witch Project”, then in movies …
reviewed George Romero's Survival of the Dead. August 25, 2010
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George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead (Two-Disc Ultimate Undead Edition)
Let’s be honest here; George Romero is certain to have a spot in the “Horror Hall of Fame” since he has indeed given us the best in “undead” entertainment. His fans …
reviewed George Romero's Diary of the Dead. August 25, 2010
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George Romero's Diary of the Dead
Being a George Romero fan, of course I was very excited to see “Diary of the Dead”. I didn’t particularly care for his previous film; “Land of the Dead” (Romero’s big …
reviewed Pulse 2: Afterlife. August 24, 2010
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Pulse 2: Afterlife
I hate remakes, KAIRO (Pulse) was a Japanese horror film that is quite iconic despite its slow-moving screenplay but it managed to generate a calculated, darkly sinister meditation on life and death with …
reviewed Jack Brooks Monster Slayer. August 03, 2010
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Jack Brooks Monster Slayer
You like cult films? How about tongue and cheek horror films? Cornball humor? If you do, well, Canadian director/co-writer Jon Knautz seems to have genre films pretty much nailed down. “JACK BROOKS: …
reviewed After.Life (2009 movie). April 10, 2010
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After.Life (2009)
   Life after death according to co-writer/director Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo is the best way to describe this horror-psychological thriller “After.LIFE”. The film is on a limited …
reviewed Cold Prey. April 05, 2010
Cold Prey
   I have heard such great things about “Cold Prey”, so when I saw this under amazon’s “vine program”, I immediately decided to pick it out. Also, known as “Fritt …
reviewed The Crazies (2010). February 27, 2010
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The Crazies (2010)
   I have only seen bits and pieces of the original “The Crazies” and maybe it would be a wise idea to see it again before I write this review. Zombie maestro George Romero directed …
reviewed The Wolfman. February 13, 2010
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The Wolfman
   There is no question that the original 1941 film “Wolfman” was a classic so I would not even try to compare director Joe Johnston’s 2010 remake titled “The Wolfman”. …
reviewed Legion (2010 movie). January 23, 2010
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LEGION
   Gosh, I just reviewed “The Book Of Eli” last week and here I am about to review a film that portrays a Biblical theme. Movies such as “The Prophecy” have portrayed …
reviewed H2: Halloween 2. January 15, 2010
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H2: Halloween 2
   I was admittedly quite satisfied with Rob Zombie’s “Halloween” (I saw the director’s cut) remake a few years ago. It wasn’t as good as the original but Zombie …
reviewed Daybreakers. January 09, 2010
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Daybreakers
                    We’ve all seen movies that portray vampires as seductive bloodsuckers, savagely feral …
reviewed Jennifer's Body. January 06, 2010
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Jennifer's Body
   “Jennifer’s Body” is a black comedy-horror film directed by Karyn Kusama who has one good film under her belt with “Girl fight” and a less than impressive result …
reviewed Killer Klowns from Outer Space. December 12, 2009
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Killer Klowns from Outer Space
   Make no mistake, the Chiodo Brothers‘ “Killer Klowns From Outer Space” (1988) is pure camp and a cheesy good time. The film channels the fears of “clowns” and …
reviewed Devil's Backbone. December 07, 2009
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The Devil's Backbone
     In Guillermo Del Toro’s own admission, “The Devil’s Backbone” is the one film that he has directed that has become his own personal favorite among other horror …
reviewed Ringu. November 01, 2009
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Ringu
The short story goes something like this:    "He wanted to go out and play, but there was a TV show that he didn’t want to miss. So, he recorded it on a VCR in their room, but the …
reviewed Orphan. October 29, 2009
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Orphan
      The taboo subject of killer tykes on the loose have always been touched on by filmmakers; “The Good Son”, “Joshua”, “Pet Semetary”, the Korean …
reviewed NIGHT OF DEATH. October 29, 2009
I wanted to see how French horror was in the 1980’s so I decided to give Raphael Delpard’s “NIGHT OF DEATH”  (aka. Lanuit Dela Mort, 1980) a try. The movie isn’t going …
reviewed Near Dark (1987). October 22, 2009
Near Dark (1987)
   Released in 1987 with a dismal performance in the box-office after the release of “The Lost Boys”, Kathryn Bigelow’s “Near Dark” made its reputation through …
reviewed Frontièr(s). October 18, 2009
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Frontièr(s)
   I’ve watched a fair share of more recent French horror films; “Them” (not the one with ants), “High Tension” and “Inside”. My friend Dave79 really …
reviewed Paranormal Activity (2009 movie). October 10, 2009
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Paranormal Activity (2009)
 Remember a few years ago when “The Blair Witch Project” overcame genre expectations and became a blockbuster cult hit? That film had several other films that were inspired by its “Mockumentary&rdq …
reviewed Trick 'r Treat. October 07, 2009
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Trick 'r Treat
     The Festivities of All Hallows Eve have originated from ancient times and these days, it just so happens that it is now a yearly tradition when people can dress up in costumes, kids …
reviewed Forest of Death. October 03, 2009
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Forest of Death
   There are a lot of legends and myths that surround some forests in most Asian countries (most of these countries are a lot older than the U.S. if you talk recorded history). These legends …
reviewed Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance. August 29, 2009
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Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (2002)
   SYMPATHY FOR MR. VENGEANCE is the first chapter of Park Chan-Wook's vengeance trilogy. Oldboy was released first in U.S. shores, this film was released after on dvd. (When it fact this is …
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