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Pamela Troy

Pamela Troy

Agrees with the Tomatometer 72% of the time.

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
62% Diary of the Dead (2007) " What undermines the movie is a streak of moralizing undercutting the humor that's a vital ingredient to any good zombie flick. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Mar 1, 2008
81% Chicago 10 (2008) " The Signal is not for the squeamish, but the violence is doled out judiciously and interspersed with moments of mordant, truly biting comedy. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Mar 1, 2008
87% The Orphanage (2007) " Anyone who enjoys a good scare - and a good conversation - should see, and enjoy this latest addition to the Jamesian tradition of intelligent horror. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Nov 28, 2007
27% The Omen (2006) " 'The Omen' is not a bad film. It just suffers in comparison to its original. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Jun 6, 2006
91% United 93 (2006) " A powerful and engrossing account undiluted by the sentimentality that often mars Hollywood depictions of history. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Apr 28, 2006
37% Scary Movie 4 (2006) " It's almost as though the filmmakers were trying to frustrate and annoy horror fans, and it's a hardy soul who will be willing to sit out the entire 123 minutes. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Apr 13, 2006
86% Slither (2006) " In this well-made, well-acted, and funny sci-fi horror hybrid, wet alien flesh glistens and pulsates, penis-like organs strain to plunge into the flesh of unwilling victims... " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Apr 3, 2006
73% V for Vendetta (2006) " Important plot points are treated in a rushed, perfunctory manner and what could have been a fascinating parable about tyranny, terrorism, and the sheer charisma of violence becomes just another series of bloody fight scenes. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Mar 18, 2006
36% Saw II (2005) " In 'Saw II,' both the cops and the victims are so dim the whole elaborate exercise hardly seems worthwhile. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Oct 28, 2005
27% Stay (2005) " A richly detailed, fascinating, and insightful puzzle that should prompt many to go back for a second look " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Oct 21, 2005
21% Into the Blue (2005) " Devolves into a series of silly fight and chase scenes in which bad guys are bloodily maimed and dispatched while most of the good guys come out miraculously unscathed " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Sep 30, 2005
32% UNDEAD (2005) " Offers both a broadly funny Australian spin and a unique attempt to make sense out of the senseless conventions of zombie films " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Jul 5, 2005
25% House of Wax (2005) " The unmistakable promise of a sequel in the last scene inspires more resignation than anticipation. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted May 6, 2005
20% The Ring Two (2005) " To those who saw and enjoyed the first one, it's a bitter disappointment. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Mar 18, 2005
1% Alone in the Dark (2005) " None of it hangs together enough to make a coherent narrative. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Jan 27, 2005
31% The Forgotten (2004) " 'The Forgotten' deserves to be. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Sep 27, 2004
92% Shaun of the Dead (2004) " 'Shaun of the Dead' has that most vital ingredient of any good zombie film, an underlying layer of social commentary that gives the script a brain. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Sep 24, 2004
21% Resident Evil - Apocalypse (2004) " It is not in the least bit scary and most of the best traditions of zombie films are ignored. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Sep 12, 2004
11% Exorcist: The Beginning (2004) " A great waste of time, talent and resources " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Aug 21, 2004
81% L' Imbalsamatore (The Embalmer) (The Taxidermist) (2002) " A twisted and fascinating tale, with a climax that's as logical as it is unexpected " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted May 22, 2004
4% Godsend (2003) " By the climax the last vestiges of mystery and believability have been so effectively destroyed that there's no real tension. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Apr 29, 2004
75% Dawn of the Dead (2004) " Intelligent and gripping version that wields the same sledge-hammer horror and wit as the original " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Mar 18, 2004
46% Secret Window (2004) " Will appeal to...horror fans who prefer an ending that truly sinks its teeth into the story and concludes it with a crisp, satisfying crunch. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Mar 11, 2004
33% The Butterfly Effect (2004) " In an era of senseless action and lobotomized scripts that rely too heavily on special effects, even the modest food for thought offered by 'The Butterfly Effect' is welcome. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Jan 22, 2004
14% Gothika (2003) " Those who like their chills diluted may enjoy it, but anyone who prefers their horror straight up is likely to find the film a disappointment. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Nov 21, 2003
36% Scary Movie 3 (2003) " A strong emphasis on sight gags, cameos, a little social satire, and an absolutely merciless attack on sentiment. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Oct 23, 2003
No Score Yet The Hound of the Baskervilles (1988) " A respectful, interesting, and worthwhile adaptation " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Oct 23, 2003
No Score Yet Goodbye, Mr. Chips " Comes as close as it can to capturing the book's unromantic and genuinely touching spirit. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Oct 15, 2003
65% Out of Time (2003) " The sure-handed direction of Carl Franklin...makes a complex story both lucid and believable. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Oct 2, 2003
12% Cold Creek Manor (2003) " A potentially good story spoiled by being not just badly, but stupidly told. It therefore deserves no quarter. " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Sep 18, 2003
63% Cabin Fever (2002) " A well-crafted, truly nasty piece of work " ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Sep 15, 2003
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