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69 min. (tee-hee!), 2004 Directed by Bill Zebub Language: English (not that it matters) My rating: ★ There is no blasphemy, but there is boredom.
99 Min., 2001 Directed by Bill Paxton Language: English My rating: ★★★★ “Sometimes truth defies reason.”
It has often been said that there are more people alive than have ever been dead. But that’s not true, and that means there have been are a lot of dead people. Where’d they all go? Maybe they’re still hanging around. And maybe there’s no more room for them. (★★★★) Continue reading
★★★★ A super fun movie about Cthulhu and you don’t need to know anything to still enjoy it. Continue reading
★★★ The Host (the 2006 Korean film, not the more recent American production of the same name) combines classic Japanese monster movie tropes with a healthy dose of comedy, anti-government attitude, and surprisingly well-done visual effects. Continue reading
(Zero stars) Take the worst parts from a horror movie and the worst parts from a porn and you have The Manniac. Continue reading
4 stars: A bad zombie film, a bad voodoo film a women in prison film and a bad kung fu film all rolled into one. Continue reading