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Grim Reviews

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March 19, 2014
not bad kind of like a bad rawhead rex
½ January 30, 2014
Gritty and gory, and thin on plot. The characters are bleak and the story is slow. The gory moments are alright, and the monster is campy goodness though not incredible appealing. Few highlights.
April 23, 2013
I give ONE START because the costuming for the monster was not that bad. Acting was questionable. A very modern B-movie
March 10, 2013
A spirit board awakens an ancient evil in the form of a bloodthirsty troll that kidnaps and kills anyone who crosses its path in GRIM, Paul Matthews' first awful film. GRIM offers nothing more than bad acting, an incohesive plot, and dreadful special effects (outside of the actual creature design). There is absolutely no continuity, rhyme, or reason behind the creature's attacks, as it just randomly appears and disappears at will, killing characters before they even have the opportunity to be introduced. It is a purposeless film with a dull story that manages to abuse all of the senses at once with its grating score. Simply unwatchable.

-Carl Manes
I Like Horror Movies
½ February 17, 2013
Low-budget horror/creature feature from Great Britain. Grim, the creature, was imprisoned in stone and mistakenly set free by amateurs during a seance. Mayhem and death follow. The story makes little sense, as Grim apparently can connect with and control certain people whose eyes then flash red, but none of the people around them can see it. When he captures prisoners, he kills some or keeps some seemingly based on whether they play a part later in the movie or not. The effects are passable; Grim himself looks like an Orc from Lord of the Rings.
½ September 1, 2012
So bad I have to see it again! Can't seem to find it anywhere.
½ January 31, 2012
Grim is a complete nightmare in every sense possible. The budget couldn't have been more the $150 dollars and that's being generous. With that said, Grim is absolutely hilarious without trying to do so. From the acting to the creature himself you will be in tears the entire time. Watch it with some friends and have a couple drinks (or substance of choice). You won't regret it.
½ September 8, 2009
There are times when you watch a movie with low expectations, it not only defies your expectations but blows you away with its awesomeness... and then there's movies like Grim, a film that plunges so far below the staggeringly low expectations that it actually becomes amusing, only to return to crap as its awfulness wears thin on even the most patient of film goers

Grim is bad in every aspect of film making, from static direction, abysmal writing, laughable special effects, even worse creature effects and, its biggest crime, being boring and uneventful. The most bizarre aspect of Grim is the fact that it was shot in the UK by a Brittish cast and crew, yet it was decided to have the movie take place in America with Brittish actors trying and failing various American accents
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