Editing problems aside, this may be the best damn Jason movie you'll find.
The NHL's most recognizable propaganda machine hacks his way into the third dimension.
Jason Voorhees bursts on the scene with a bit of first-time clumsiness.
A fatalistic romp through the grimey mind of an 80's artist. Not quite what the title implies...
Bava's back, and he brought horror's favorite pimp with him.
Remakes can be done right. That is, if Jeff Goldblum is in them somewhere.
A movie that pulls no punches...and has no plot.
Sometimes it's better to wait for the DVD to hit the Redbox machine.
Somehow, movies like this escaped the Video Nasties list, but movies like "The Boogeyman" made it on. Uhm...
I'm gonna spoil this movie, but then again, that's not such a bad thing.
All my reviews have lead to this.
Deeply unnerving, but ultimately satisfying. A slasher with a serious unease to it.
Two reviews for the price of one? Don't get your hopes up.
A story about cats, and their constant failure to save people from monsters.
A purely objective look at my favorite ten horror movies. Maybe they're not the best, but they're the ones I love.
A sloppy, old 1970's "Ed Gein" fake. It's funny, but not really.
It's a splatterfest of Swedish origin!
In the repetitive world of sequels, this movie stands out.
Horror vets take the reigns and try to work together to fight zombies. It doesn't work too well for them, but it definetly does for us.
Demonic creatures who bring about night terrors? Hmm...Wes Craven's behind this, isn't he?
A rip off of Paranormal Activity actually succeeds where the sequels fail.
Hooray! A slasher film with no originality! Finally, my brain can take a break.
A movie that teaches us that backpacking in Europe really is a stupid idea.
Another movie that makes macho men look like Muppet Babies. Bloody ones, at that.
A cold, isolated gross out fest of awesome proportion.
A comedy for the whole family, including your cute kids and their invisible friends.
A movie about what my dad would do to zombies, and what I'd be doing in the meantime.
Horror comedy at it's green, slimey best.
Mother issues to the extreme. Slasher to the max. Horror turned up to 11. Yup. It's a good movie.
A dark, brooding tale told in a dark, grimy, documentary style. Jason Voorhees seems positively charming in comparison.
Revenge against mutants in the nuclear desert. Sounds worthy of my time!
Fun stuff with Walken and Sheen!
Pull out your jar of old saved scabs and pop in this wonderful piece of film.
A confusing posession movie with bits of POV camera and pieces of demonic-ness. It's weird.
Social commetary takes the form of flesh eating "ghouls" in this classic Romero flick.
This movie's about as much fun as a vasectomy.
Confusion's always watchable when Donald Sutherland's involved.
If you want entertainment, I wish I had the movie for you. Instead, here's a movie about cannibals.
After seeing this movie, you may end up replacing your flyswatter with a shotgun.
Linda Blair misbehaves and scares people in the future, forever.
Kicking back to 80's slashers, upping the comedy, and including a few horror vets. All in all, Grade A stuff.
The master of the eye gag brings a pseudo sequel to Romero's Living Dead movies.
If you just called the Ghostbusters, we wouldn't be four movies deep.
Rednecks, disease, and killer dogs. Sounds like the area I live in.
The ultimate gross out movie. Also one of the funnier ones. ZOOM ZOOM!
The compass is useless in finding your way out of these woods. Should have brought more food.
Keep away from Pumpkinhead, Unless you're tired of living.
Throw your thoughts on zombie movies out the window. This is Orsen Wells stuff.
You'll save yourself time and nausea if you just read this review. It's quicker, even if the movie's only a half hour.
A movie about family, survival, floating heads, tiny people in weird masks, vegitables and the perils of RV-ing.
Do you like monsters, babies, or tasteful movies? Then stay away from this...
The director of "District 9" shows us his real intentions.
I'm not embarassed. Scariest movie I've ever seen.
I don't remember college being this bloody.
Before you jump on the snuff film bandwagon, be warned. This is not a fun movie, even a little.
Explosively good film from Italian director Micheal Saovi. Floating heads, the Grim Reaper, and snowglobes...what more could you ask for?
At least in this movie, there's reasons for maggots falling out of the ceiling.
Someone wrote a script on the stall walls, and this was the result.
Lamberto Bava brings an unexpected horror masterpiece out of the movie craphole of Italy.
The 1960's Batman had more convincing bats than this movie.
Fulci carries us on a confusing tour of the dead, while serving up pointless drillings and gut-barfings. Sound enticing?
Hey. They aren't all poop. Just...most of them.
If you can't make fun of yourself, you shouldn't make fun of other movies.
Take your pick from any one of these six movies. None of them have anything to do with one another. At all.
If you like blood and confusion, Fulci's the man for you. And this, I guess, is probably his best work.
Rather than buying drugs to help you sleep, pop this in your DVD player before you go to sleep.
Before they were pining after vampire's girlfriends, werewolves were real jerks. But everyone was a jerk in the 80's.
This is a poem that I wrote a long time ago about a paranoid man in what is basically an excellent relationship.
You don't need drugs when you have movies like this around.
I wish all countries took their horror as seriously as New Zealand. Wait...scratch that...
Twins? I don't see the resemblance. Maybe I'm just not observant.
C.H.U.D. means two things...and I still don't have a clue if they even really mean either.
Scenes you could just skip. But why bother even watching then?
My suggestion? Don't eat while watching this.
And you thought today's movies were brutal.
You know why this series was fantastic? Because the Deadites knew when to die. Permanently.
Freddy is a clown. Yeah, a burned, disturbed clown. But I still think Stabler from SVU would beat him into submission.
This episode, it's all about Angela. You know, the female Jason? Wait...you don't know? Wow...you need to catch up.
Hopefully they won't tear this review...APART.
Sometimes a rubber shark just doesn't scare anyone.
The only series where the main character is the biggest downfall. Be glad your last name isn't Myers...or you're not in a cult...or you don't own radioactive melting masks...yeah.