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Rating Title | Year Quote Author
1 56%

Feast (2005)

"...they definitely have a cult hit and a possible franchise on their hands."

Posted Sep 14, 2006

Andrew Kasch

2 68%

Hard Candy (2006)

"It's doubtful that any issue punches as many emotional buttons as this one, and spending some time with Hard Candy is the perfect means to get the conversation ball rolling."

Posted Sep 14, 2006

Debi Moore

3 ——

Acne (2004)

"The style is there - give this man some money, and I bet you'll see a really great looking film." EDIT

Posted Sep 13, 2006

4 43%

Pet Sematary (1989)

"Pet Sematary is a well rounded and truly frightening piece that given the right conditions can end up scaring the **** out of you."

Posted Sep 13, 2006

Steve "Uncle Creepy" Barton

5 9%

Stay Alive (2006)

"If you hated the theatrical version of Stay Alive, you're not going to be very impressed by what was added."

Posted Sep 13, 2006

Steve "Uncle Creepy" Barton

6 ——

Curse of Lizzie Borden (2006)

"The real curse of Lizzie Borden is a really bad movie that's so tedious it's enough to drive a person to commit an axe murder."

Posted Sep 12, 2006

The Foywonder

7 ——

Aunt Rose (2005)

"It's hard to imagine that a single person on the planet would want to know more about Aunt Rose after watching it"

Posted Sep 10, 2006

Steve "Uncle Creepy" Barton

8 ——

Masters of Horror - Tobe Hooper: Dance of the Dead (2006)

"If you're not getting all the episodes individually, I highly recommend that you designate Dance of the Dead Priority #1 on your shopping list."

Posted Sep 9, 2006

Debi Moore

9 ——

Carnivale - The Complete Second Season (2006)

"Carnivale will be forever cherished by an ever-growing legion of fans and in a medium dominated by fads, there is perhaps no greater reward."

Posted Sep 8, 2006

Andrew Kasch

10 3%

The Covenant (2006)

"If you've seen the full trailer for The Covenant, well, you've seen just about all this movie has to offer." EDIT

Posted Sep 7, 2006

11 90%

The Wicker Man (1973)

"At its heart The Wicker Man is a timeless morality tale that delves into the nature of sacrifice and has never been more relevant than today"

Posted Sep 5, 2006

Debi Moore

12 ——

Population 436 (2006)

"File this one under fun while it lasts, but easily forgettable."

Posted Sep 4, 2006

Steve "Uncle Creepy" Barton

13 100%

Pretty Poison (1968)

"Pretty Poison is very enjoyable little flick." EDIT

Posted Sep 4, 2006

14 ——

The Curse of El Charro (2005)

"A mildly interesting slasher film that doesn't have all that much to boast about other than a special guest appearance by Lemmy Kilmeister of Motorhead fame." EDIT

Posted Sep 4, 2006

15 ——

Ti piace Hitchcock? (Do You Like Hitchcock?) (2006)

"I would recommend this bit of Dario's work to anyone." EDIT

Posted Sep 4, 2006

16 ——

Night Feeders (2006)

"What Night Feeders lacks in budget, it makes up for with a little old fashioned creature feature fun."

Posted Sep 4, 2006

The Foywonder

17 ——

Machined (2006)

"With the flood of direct-to-DVD films on the market already, you will probably be able to find a movie that is ten times more watchable than this." EDIT

Posted Sep 4, 2006

18 ——

The Lonely Ones (2006)

"And a damn fine product is exactly what The Lonely Ones is." EDIT

Posted Sep 4, 2006

19 ——

Supernatural: The Complete First Season (2006)

"Supernatural is the best thing going nowadays when it comes to horror on TV."

Posted Sep 2, 2006

Debi Moore

20 15%

The Wicker Man (2006)

"The pacing of The Wicker Man never escaped the velocity of a trotting horse. Think of an old man making his way across the room, on a walker, to get at the Jello cups."

Posted Aug 31, 2006

Johnny Butane

21 67%

Satan's Playground (2006)

"Satan's Playground let me down, a fact that I attribute primarily to the bad acting, nonsensical storyline, and lack of an appearance by the monster."

Posted Aug 28, 2006

Johnny Butane

22 ——

Savage Sinema From Down Under (2006)

"Subversive have put together a tight package here to celebrate one of Australia's true maverick filmmakers, & US fans will dig the sheer variety of the director's oeuvre."

Posted Aug 27, 2006

Johnny Butane

23 ——

Masters of Horror - Takashi Miike: Imprint (2006)

"Imprint was more than worth the wait. It's every bit as visceral as even the most jaded of horror fans could have hoped for."

Posted Aug 25, 2006

Steve "Uncle Creepy" Barton

24 ——

Electric Zombies (2006)

"Electric Zombies doesn't deserve the effort it took to sit through the movie, the time it's taking to write this review and for you to read this." EDIT

Posted Aug 24, 2006

25 ——

Dawn (1999)

"The characteristics of the vampire lore in Dawn are fairly easy to pick up on, and little things left unsaid..."

Posted Aug 24, 2006

Michelle Lee

26 ——

Bone Sickness (2004)

"If you are a zombie fan, if you are a Fulci/Romero/Carpenter fan, if you love gore, if you love independent film%u2026 then you need to get this film." EDIT

Posted Aug 23, 2006

27 ——

Sea of Fear (2006)

"Avoid. Avoid. Avoid."

Posted Aug 23, 2006

Steve "Uncle Creepy" Barton

28 ——

Invasion - The Complete Series (2006)

"Invasion was a big jumble that would have made a better mini-series." EDIT

Posted Aug 23, 2006

29 ——

Demonic (2006)

"Perhaps those of you who are interested in watching Demonic will enjoy it more than I did." EDIT

Posted Aug 22, 2006

30 ——

Dark Fields ()

"If nothing else at least Dark Fields can lay claim to having one of the funniest continuity errors I've ever seen."

Posted Aug 22, 2006

The Foywonder

31 ——

The Giddeh: Voodoo Curse (2006)

"The film's ending only serves as a stark reminder that anyone that watches Voodoo Curse: The Giddeh did indeed just waste 90-minutes of their life for nothing."

Posted Aug 20, 2006

The Foywonder

32 ——

Nails (2006)

"Nails is a visual feast, exploring what the cybernetic fusion of human imagination, mechanical camera, and open exploratory eyes can create." EDIT

Posted Aug 20, 2006

33 ——

Pervert (2005)

"A slap-happy dash of Russ Meyer, Sam Raimi, and Troma, Pervert! rises above most low-budget faux-cult films to deliver the genuine goods."

Posted Aug 20, 2006

Andrew Kasch

34 ——

Masters of Horror - Dario Argento: Jenifer (2006)

"Argento crafts a tale of ghastly beauty that will have you looking away in disgust and questioning whether or not you're just a little bit turned on, all at the same time."

Posted Aug 19, 2006

Steve "Uncle Creepy" Barton

35 26%

The Zodiac (2006)

"We can only hope that his blood lust has been quenched."

Posted Aug 18, 2006

Steve "Uncle Creepy" Barton

36 67%

Satan's Playground (2006)

"At the end of the day, Satan's Playground let me down, a fact that I attribute primarily to the bad acting, nonsensical storyline, and lack of an appearance by the monster."

Posted Aug 17, 2006

Johnny Butane

37 ——

Are You Scared (2005)

"No, I was not scared."

Posted Aug 17, 2006

The Foywonder

38 ——

Snakes on a Train (2006)

"You'll probably be far more entertained surfing the web and checking out any of the seemingly endless Snakes on a Plane mock spin-off posters people out there have created"

Posted Aug 16, 2006

The Foywonder

39 68%

Snakes on a Plane (2006)

"Snakes on a Plane delivers terror we haven't seen in most modern horror films today." EDIT

Posted Aug 16, 2006

40 ——

City Of Rott (2006)

"I cannot recommend this enough."

Posted Aug 14, 2006

Steve "Uncle Creepy" Barton

41 17%

Hellraiser 3: Hell on Earth (1992)

"Hellraiser III is one of my least favorite flicks in the franchise, mainly because it's just plain goofy."

Posted Aug 14, 2006

Steve "Uncle Creepy" Barton

42 ——

Scorpius Gigantus ()

"It's so rushed, so awkward, so out of the blue that the film's tedium turns momentarily entertaining just because of the stupidity of it all."

Posted Aug 5, 2006

The Foywonder

43 29%

Silent Hill (2006)

"The journey to Silent Hill is one that should be made several times. Having sat through it three times myself , I can honestly say it gets better with repeated viewing."

Posted Aug 5, 2006

Steve "Uncle Creepy" Barton

44 ——

Cello (Chello hongmijoo ilga salinsagan) (2006)

"Cello may be surfing in on the backwash of a dying subgenre, but it has just enough going to keep it afloat."

Posted Aug 5, 2006

Andrew Kasch

45 63%

Dellamorte Dellamore (Cemetery Man) (Demons '95) (Of Death, of Love) (1996)

"what makes the movie so different and memorable is the fact that the humor inherit in the situation these characters find themselves in is played to the hilt."

Posted Jul 29, 2006

Johnny Butane

46 39%

Birth (2004)

Posted Jul 29, 2006

Staci Layne Wilson

47 37%

Scary Movie 4 (2006)

"Everything is just as dumb. Now it's just a bit longer."

Posted Jul 27, 2006

Steve "Uncle Creepy" Barton

48 22%

The Tooth Fairy (2006)

"No one's trying to reinvent the wheel here, just keep it rolling. And it rolls down a pretty blood-splattered path."

Posted Jul 26, 2006

Steve "Uncle Creepy" Barton

49 60%

And Now the Screaming Starts (1973)

"It might not quite earn the designation of a "classic," but And Now... stands the test of time and holds up quite well."

Posted Jul 26, 2006

Debi Moore

50 ——

Seven Mummies (7 Mummies) (2006)

"Forget 7 Mummies - this film is all about the 7 P's: poor, pointless, plodding, putrid, pungent, punishing, and pathetic."

Posted Jul 26, 2006

The Foywonder

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