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This year's authentic must-see horror.

The first legitimately frightening cinematic experience of the year, The Last House on the Left ditches the goofball comedy elements of its namesake predecessor while embracing that film's bleak viciousness. Following the same plot trajectory -- two teenage girls (Sara Paxton and Martha MacIsaac) come into contact with a gang of dirtbag criminals, ...

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Review by: TomElce

Added: 7 years ago

 

The Wackness is more affecting than one anticipates.

The Wackness plays more naturally than many of its peers in the so-called coming-of-age mould, crafting sympathetic, authenticized characters and showing their lives as they known then unravelling direct before the camera. Writer-director Jonathan Levine and cinematographer Petra Korner achieve the aesthetic glory that the dreadful Step Up 2 the ...

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Review by: TomElce

Added: 7 years ago

Martyrs is one part potential great, one part lumbering dud.

Martyrs begins with the same visceral punch of Alexandre Aja's Haute Tension only to eventually descend to the mediocre level of Hostel, crippled by convolutions and unnecessary over-explanation. What essentially begins as, and remains for the first 45 minutes, a nifty little horror exercise collapses the more writer-director Pascal Laugier ...

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Review by: TomElce

Added: 7 years ago

 

Everything in Up has a superior alternative elsewhere.

Up, the latest Pixar release, attempts to marry mawkish sentimentality with light humour in order to satisfy both its target audiences: the demanding adult and the hyper child. Problem is, the film comes the year following Andrew Stanton's sublime WALL-E, inspiring only a shrug of the shoulders when one considers how far Pixar's art has sunk with ...

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Review by: TomElce

Added: 7 years ago

Coraline's a superlatively animated and wonderfully told motion picture.

Viewers taking a chance on seeing the overrated Up in cinemas would serve themselves better with Henry Selick's more imaginative and lively animated Coraline. An onslaught of out-there animated scenarios play out as the eponymous character (voiced by Dakota Fanning) discovers a new world on the other side of a small door in the home she shares with ...

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Review by: TomElce

Added: 7 years ago

 

Everything that happens had a much greater impact in the original.

Don’t do drugs. Or else you’ll end up stabbed, raped and bleeding to death in the woods. That seems to be the message of The Last House on the Left, the slick new remake of Wes Craven’s shocking directorial debut. While horror movies of the ‘70s had a gnarly soul about them – Craven’s original was commenting on the orgy of violence America ...

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Review by: MiamiMovieCritic

Added: 7 years ago

Fascinating and utterly believable.

Gomorrah, the highly acclaimed modern gangster film by Italian filmmaker Mateo Garrone, is fascinating and utterly believable… but it’s also a touch bit overrated. This feels more like a piece of documentary journalism than an epic crime saga. The DVD cover box quotes one critic who called it the greatest mafia movie ever. As if. One problem with ...

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Review by: MiamiMovieCritic

Added: 7 years ago

 

It was pretty cool!!!!

After a huge disappointment we had with the apartment Frank, Joe and I decided to go see the new movie “Drag Me To Hell.” They had seen it before me but they were willing to see it again… they apparently liked it. Here is what I thought: For a Sam and Ivan Raimi flick, it was pretty cool!!!! I was very surprised to see that there were so many great...

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Review by: RichardPeter

Added: 7 years ago

It could have been thought out a little better.

I remember seeing the previews for this film a while back and thinking that it would be one of the best films of the year, well, it was a pretty damn good movie but I would not call it the best movie. It was a pretty good movie but goddamn was it confusing. From what I can gather, the film was about a group of people who get into a hospital elevator...

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Review by: RichardPeter

Added: 7 years ago

 

One of the most dark, humorous, pornographic gorefests... I have ever seen.

So I recently had the pleasure of watching a movie called Cockhammer by Hack Movies and after seeing the movie all I can say is: “What the fuck did I just watch?” To begin to describe what I saw on my computer is like trying to explain what a tesseract is and it’s going to make it hard to review this movie but I will try to do it anyway. From what ...

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Review by: RichardPeter

Added: 7 years ago