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      Jovanka Vuckovic

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      Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
      8/10
      I Saw the Devil (2010) Worth the price of admission for the wildly creative (and brutally bloody) taxicab scene alone. Merciless, uncompromising, and unforgettable. - Revolver
      Read More | Posted Feb 06, 2018
      8/10
      Trollhunter (2010) What do you get when you combine Cloverfield with Nordic Trolls? This very funny monster mockumentary. - Revolver
      Read More | Posted Feb 06, 2018
      9/10
      The Skin I Live In (2011) Not since David Cronenberg have surgery, sex and violence frolicked in the same stained bed so skillfully. - Revolver
      Read More | Posted Feb 06, 2018
      10/10
      Hellboy II: The Golden Army (2008) A quirky, idiosyncratic, Harryhausen-inspired, art house creature feature with the poetry and narrative depth characteristic of misunderstood monster classics such as The Creature from the Black Lagoon and The Bride of Frankenstein. - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Jul 10, 2008
      Hot Fuzz (2007) A hilarious send-up to police action films like Super Cop and Bad Boys 2, fuelled by British black humour and a few cartoonish but great gore gags. - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Apr 05, 2007
      10/10
      Pan's Labyrinth (2006) A gorgeously executed and disturbingly violent moving picture poem that bravely flies in the face of genre convention and stands alone in its purpose. - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Feb 12, 2007
      Alone With Her (2006) An unsettling tale of modern espionage horror. - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Feb 12, 2007
      5/5
      The Devil's Backbone (2001) A treasure of artistic elements and genres synthesized together in a flawless cohesion of cinematic and visual poetry. - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Jul 22, 2005
      0/5
      Alone in the Dark (2005) How Uwe Boll manages to scrape together enough investment money to give wing to this type of overblown, amateurish gibberish is truly a mystery of the cosmos... - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Mar 30, 2005
      3/5
      Rawhead Rex (1987) A terrible adaptation of a fantastic Clive Barker story from his Books of Blood. Despite the goofy mask the demon wears, Rex does have some teeth; it earns points for the Rex-urinating-on-willing-priest's-face scene. - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Jul 01, 2004
      4/5
      Frankenhooker (1990) - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Jul 01, 2004
      5/5
      Season of the Witch (1972) - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Jul 01, 2004
      5/5
      Young Frankenstein (1974) - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Jul 01, 2004
      Shaun of the Dead (2004) A clever spoof film that's actually well-written, witty, dynamically shot and edited, thankfully lacking the mentality of expelled phlegm. - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Jun 28, 2004
      5/5
      Rock 'n' Roll High School (1979) What punk rock lovin' fiend doesn't love the Ramones? - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted May 13, 2004
      Hellboy (2004) 'This just in: Hellboy is real! ... the big red ape has been spotted at theatres all over town and the public reaction isn't quite what the B.P.R.D. expected - they love him!' - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted May 01, 2004
      5/5
      Uzumaki (2000) 'Uzumaki is a masterfully rendered living portrait of warped, apocalyptic art...' - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted May 01, 2004
      The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra (2001) The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra is teeming with terrible dialogue, cardboard thespians, corny props snatched off eBay and mutilations, mutilations, MUTILATIONS! - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Feb 16, 2004
      House of the Dead (2003) If you want to see what a cinematic piece of dog barf looks like, go see House of the Dead, otherwise do yourself a favour and play the video game, it's far more entertaining. - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Oct 11, 2003
      The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) If I hadn't already seen the original film, and wasn't desensitized from a lifelong horror addiction, I think I might have been frightened by some of it. - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Oct 11, 2003
      5/5
      The Phantom of the Opera (1925) - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Sep 05, 2003
      5/5
      May (2002) 'May is nothing short of brilliant. It is likely the most original horror story I have seen in years.' - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Sep 04, 2003
      Final Destination 2 (2003) 'Make no mistake, without the slicing, dicing, filleting, and pureeing, this flick is a recipe for boredom. But like its predecessor, I was expecting a bloodless teen snorefest and got something several sanguineous degrees better!' - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Sep 04, 2003
      The Eye (2002) The Eye is definitely a triumph of style over substance but, nevertheless, it's been far too long since I've been genuinely spooked by a horror film. - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Sep 04, 2003
      Beyond Re-Animator (2003) Incredibly stupid but mercilessly funny. - Rue Morgue Magazine
      Read More | Posted Aug 27, 2003
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