Bloody Disgusting

Rating Title | Year Quote Author
1 81%

Bakjwi (Thirst) (2009)

"At the hands of a less competent director, THIRST could have been an abomination, but thankfully Chan-wook delivers something above par that should probably be met with two cans of Red Bull."

Posted Jul 10, 2009

Brad Miska

2 22%

Blood: The Last Vampire (2009)

"Is there a word that transcends abysmal? BLOOD is the lowest form of cinematic garbage that carries not a single shred of redeemable screen time."

Posted Jul 7, 2009

Brad Miska

3 ——

Header (2009)

"What's a Header? You'll wish you never knew."

Posted Jun 30, 2009

Tim Anderson

4 ——

Elsewhere (2009)

"by-the-book plot points, atrocious dialogue and abysmal performances by the cast - a recipe for disaster."

Posted Jun 11, 2009

Tim Anderson

5 ——

The Cell 2 (2008)

"This film reeks of the old b-movie tradition: If we don't know how to sell it, we can call it a sequel to better film."

Posted Jun 11, 2009

Tim Anderson

6 ——

Murder Loves Killers Too (2009)

"Despite the the crazy notion that a cabin-in-the-woods film can still be original, Murder Loves Killers Too,delivers a story that should leave genre fans with a new underground fave."

Posted Jun 11, 2009

Tim Anderson

7 80%

Book of Blood (2009)

"This is the story that is supposed to get you excited to see films like DREAD, THE MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN, CANDYMAN and numerous of other forthcoming Clive Barker adaptations, instead it makes you want to cut yourself as a reminder to never sit through it ag"

Posted May 24, 2009

Brad Miska

8 82%

Pontypool (2009)

"While PONTYPOOL is a thought-provoking and suspenseful film, some of the flaws will really take the audience out of the movie."

Posted May 20, 2009

Brad Miska

9 33%

Terminator Salvation (2009)

"Being a rabid fan that grew up on the franchise created by James Cameron, the idea of McG getting behind the camera for this sequel was slightly nauseating, and yet, by some miracle, the fourth film in the franchise is (barely) passable."

Posted May 20, 2009

Brad Miska

10 ——

Plague Town (2009)

"A fascinating look at how a true student of the genre would go about making his very own genre film."

Posted May 5, 2009

Tim Anderson

11 ——

The Last Horror Film (Fanatic) (Fanatical Extreme) (1982)

"The backstory behind The Last Horror Film (Fanatic) is really far more fascinating than the actual production."

Posted May 5, 2009

Tim Anderson

12 85%

Trick 'r Treat (2007)

"TRICK 'R TREAT a trip back to the 80's when the goal was to excite and entertain, not torment you... it's the type of movie you can bring anyone to, whether it's a date or your kid."

Posted Apr 28, 2009

Brad Miska

13 ——

Laid to Rest (2009)

"A blood soaked orgy of guts and gore, backed by a cast we can care about and a killer we can fear. I can't even remember the last time those two, seeming important details, fell alongside one another in the same movie."

Posted Apr 21, 2009

Tim Anderson

14 62%

Cthulhu (2008)

"It's not a monster movie, CTHULHU is, is a deep character study about one man coming to grips with his past and the unforeseeable future that lies ahead of him. Like most Lovecraftian's serious dramatic horror."

Posted Apr 14, 2009

Tim Anderson

15 ——

Perkins' 14 (2009)

"Created in conjunction with the website, Perkins 14 was chosen, cast and created by the fans...this is what happens when you make a film by committee."

Posted Mar 31, 2009

Tim Anderson

16 52%

Shuttle (2009)

"A bus ride to hell."

Posted Mar 26, 2009

Tim Anderson

17 94%

Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation! (2008)

"Makes the viewer want to dash onto the nearest computer and start tracking these flicks down. My Netflix queue will be stockpiled with Aussie trash cinema for months to come!"

Posted Mar 24, 2009

Tim Anderson

18 93%

Lake Mungo (2009)

"In the end, the film achieves a revolutionary conclusion that is fascinatingly unexplored."

Posted Mar 20, 2009

Tim Anderson

19 33%

Knowing (2009)


Posted Mar 20, 2009

20 17%

The Haunting in Connecticut (2009)

"Despite its many pitfalls, The Haunting in Connecticut still comes off as a totally serviceable horror film. One that is deeply mired in traditions and struggling to find a distinct voice but, nonetheless, an enjoyable way to kill a Friday night."

Posted Mar 19, 2009

Tim Anderson

21 27%

Lesbian Vampire Killers (2009)

"Lesbian Vampire Killers is a bad film, but in the eye of a beholder blinded by a love for humor that would make Benny Hill blush, this film is a goldmine of bare-breasted beauties, slo-mo kissing scenes. But is it funny? Sadly the answer is, not so much."

Posted Mar 19, 2009

Tim Anderson

22 41%

The Last House on the Left (2009)

"While at the hands of a less competent director, Last House could have been an epic failure, but Dennis Iliadis has proven to the world that he's more than capable of directing a film of this caliber - and taking it to a higher level."

Posted Mar 11, 2009

Brad Miska

23 83%

Eden Lake (2008)

"Horrordom loves a good "don't go into the woods" thriller%u2014some crazy cautionary tale about civilization encroaching on nature, or a just a simple reminder that tourists are annoying."

Posted Feb 16, 2009

Tim Anderson

24 ——

Hit and Run (2009)

"Since the Chante Mallard case has inspired an episode of CSI, Law & Order, Stuart Gordon's feature film STUCK and countless urban legend retellings, it's pretty hard for HIT AND RUN to overcome the lack of originality wall that sits squarely in front of i"

Posted Feb 16, 2009

Tim Anderson

25 50%

Dying Breed (2009)

"Drawing on a pair of local legends, first time feature filmmaker Jody Dwyer along with Writers Michael Boughen and Rod Morris deliver a down-under thriller that plays out like an Aussie version of WRONG TURN."

Posted Feb 16, 2009

Tim Anderson

26 47%

The Broken (2009)

"I don't know what other kind of flicks Sean Ellis watched growing up, but he has definitely seen some Hitchcock in his day. THE BROKEN seems to be Ellis' version of we might get if an utterly talentless Alfred Hitchcock had interpreted INVASION OF THE BOD"

Posted Feb 16, 2009

Tim Anderson

27 ——

The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations (2009)

"Like all of the BUTTERFLY EFFECT films, this one is also saddled with a plot that makes very little sense."

Posted Feb 16, 2009

Tim Anderson

28 11%

The Unborn (2009)

"It's an interesting premise, and in the hands of a filmmaker with a bit more savvy in the craftsmanship department, THE UNBORN might have been a tense little thriller. Unfortunately, the film is a mess."

Posted Feb 15, 2009

Tim Anderson

29 25%

Friday the 13th (2009)

"A karo syrup coated confection of fake blood, fake boobs and fake hope that the Slasher Film would rise again."

Posted Feb 13, 2009

Tim Anderson

30 92%

Drag Me to Hell (2009)

"DRAG ME TO HELL was quite simply the most PERFECT horror film I've seen in a long, long while. Raimi stirs a delicious witches brew that blends gore, scares and fun into a perfect blend."

Posted Jan 28, 2009

Brad Miska

31 29%

Underworld: The Rise of the Lycans (2009)

"While the movie isn't the worst thing in the world, it's just as forgettable, if not more than, the first two UNDERWORLD films."

Posted Jan 22, 2009

Brad Miska

32 57%

My Bloody Valentine 3-D (2009)

"There's nothing sweeter that watching a film that knows exactly what it is. At no point does MBV:3D pretend to be anything but a mindless slasher film straight out of your DVD collection. [It's] is jammed with great kills, loads of gore & plenty of laughs"

Posted Jan 12, 2009

Brad Miska

33 21%

The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008)

" It really is the perfect "family" holiday thriller (the edgy side of Christmas) and carries a message that is so perfectly fine-tuned to our problems of today it might actually make you feel a little guilty. If a movie can entertain you and make y"

Posted Dec 10, 2008

Brad Miska

34 39%

My Name Is Bruce (2007)

"BRUCE was made for Campbell fans and nobody else. With all the quips, references and smart-alecky charm that Campbell brings to the table, there's not a single second that's hard not to love. While technically flawed, the heart is there..."

Posted Nov 29, 2008

Brad Miska

35 49%

Twilight (2008)

"This entire adaptation was carried through by [the] wonderful Catherine Hardwicke, who took a shiny little turd and transformed it into a watchable, slightly enjoyable film."

Posted Nov 20, 2008

Brad Miska

36 0%

House (2008)

"Completing Roadside Attractions' HOUSE was physically draining, which is something a viewer should never have to endure when in theaters. The adaptation of the novel by Frank Peretti and Ted Dekker is preachy, whiney and painfully cliché."

Posted Oct 27, 2008

Brad Miska

37 73%

Peur(s) du Noir (Fear(s) of the Dark) (2007)

"Even though the film deserves props and is quite an achievement, it fails on the most important level - entertainment value. I understand most artists create the work for themselves, but when you're making a movie you have to have the audience in mind."

Posted Oct 27, 2008

Brad Miska

38 12%

Saw V (2008)

"Saw V attempts to make the audience feel smart for sticking along for so long, only when it's all said and done you'll feel like a fool for sitting through this disappointment."

Posted Oct 23, 2008

Brad Miska

39 71%

Splinter (2008)

"The creature feature is loaded with blood, guts, gore, the perfect anti-hero and a hilariously fun plot, which is played straight until the very end...Wilkins delivers a simple, yet effective '80s creature feature that's not only scary, but also a great t"

Posted Sep 17, 2008

Brad Miska

40 55%

Martyrs (2008)

"MARTYRS is this year's INSIDE, both films are legendary in their own right... The only negative thing about Laugier's film is that once you see it, you'll never be able to see it for the first time ever again..."

Posted Sep 7, 2008

Brad Miska

41 43%

Eden Log (2007)

"EDEN LOG is visually stunning - it's a bleak trip into a world that both mesmerizing and terrifying."

Posted Sep 7, 2008

Brad Miska

42 43%

Death Race (2008)

"Even though DEATH RACE is pretty bloody, and had some cool moments, the overall experience is mind numbing and a little depressing. It's sad to think that this is Anderson's best effort since 2002, and that it's still as bad as ever."

Posted Aug 21, 2008

Brad Miska

43 14%

Mirrors (2008)

"Aja attempts to take a slow-burning ghost story and turn it into one of his over-the-top gorefests and loses the essence of the story in his endeavors... before wasting any money on this at theaters, you should probably reflect on it a bit..."

Posted Aug 14, 2008

Brad Miska

44 55%

Sukiyaki Western Django (2008)

"While the film felt rushed (or ignored) in certain areas, Miike excels to the top of his game in others (oh, the awesome eye candy!).... If you're looking for a Takashi Miike film, you've found it."

Posted Aug 13, 2008

Brad Miska

45 60%

Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer (2007)

"MONSTER SLAYER is only the birth of Jack Brooks and I pray we'll see another dozen of these films in the future... You want laughs, action, blood, guts, slime, creatures and a kick-ass anti-hero? You'll find it all in JACK BROOKS: MONSTER SLAYER."

Posted Aug 4, 2008

Brad Miska

46 13%

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (2008)

"The latest MUMMY compares the audience to a cat and the film to a ball of yard. Writers Alfred Gough and Miles Millar treat the audience as a simple cat with a small brain - stupid enough that a ball of yard will amuse them for hours."

Posted Jul 30, 2008

Brad Miska

47 10%

Hell Ride (2008)

"One of the most incoherent, boring, useless films I have ever seen and I pray to God that you guys never subject yourself to it."

Posted Jul 29, 2008

Brad Miska

48 32%

The X-Files: I Want to Believe (The X Files 2) (2008)

"The film is a slow burn, but the fire never catches on. It's all talk, no action and is guaranteed to leave the audience with the worst case of blue balls they've had in years."

Posted Jul 24, 2008

Brad Miska

49 0%

Lost Boys: The Tribe (2008)

"It's ridiculous that Warner made this movie, especially because it's obvious that it was made to cash in on the film's title. This in no way shape or form is a LOST BOYS movie, other than the fact that Corey Feldman and Corey Haim cameo..."

Posted Jul 21, 2008

Brad Miska

50 94%

The Dark Knight (2008)

"The Dark Knight is not only the best film I have seen this year, but quite possibly the best superhero movie ever made."

Posted Jul 2, 2008

Brad Miska

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