Dylan Scott Movie Reviews & Previews - Rotten Tomatoes

Dylan Scott

Dylan Scott
Dylan Scott's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Vox

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
81% The Borderlands (2014) It's creepy throughout, without leaning on jump scares.‐ Vox
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88% The Taking Of Deborah Logan (2014) Affecting performances and fully realized characters.‐ Vox
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No Score Yet Noroi the Curse (2005) Images from its final reel will still burn into your brain.‐ Vox
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100% Creep 2 (2017) Duplass's unforgettable performance, combined with his complicated relationship with Sara, a worthy foe, reminds me a lot of the Hannibal Lecter-Clarice Starling classic.‐ Vox
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76% The Banshee Chapter (2014) Scare-for-scare, the most frightening film I've seen this year.‐ Vox
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80% Hell House LLC (2015) Extremely seasonal in the best way. ‐ Vox
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69% Paranormal Activity 3 (2011) Fresh feeling and a gloriously gonzo finale.‐ Vox
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64% Grave Encounters (2011) Finally, a little self-awareness.‐ Vox
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No Score Yet Bad Ben (2016) Even with no budget to speak of, Bach's film still got to me, thanks in part to an unforgettable final shot.‐ Vox
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No Score Yet Savageland (2015) Has a big imagination and is bedeviled by tough, urgent political questions.‐ Vox
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88% The Conspiracy (2013) There isn't much more here than a killer premise and a memorably creepy finale, but that is one beauty of the found-footage genre: These movies often don't need much more than that to be successful.‐ Vox
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50% Mr. Jones (2014) Quite the head trip. To say much more would spoil the fun.‐ Vox
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