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Horror.com is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Scott Weinberg, Staci Layne Wilson
Rating Title/Year Author
John Dies at the End (2012) Staci Layne Wilson Bill and Ted meet Dawn of the Dead. EDIT
Posted Nov 6, 2012
In Their Skin (2012) Staci Layne Wilson While we can see everything coming from a mile away, director Jeremy Power Regimbal does a great job with [the basic] screenplay. EDIT
Posted Nov 6, 2012
Vamps (2012) Staci Layne Wilson While it did feel more like an extended sitcom to me than an actual film, I must say I found it fun. EDIT
Posted Nov 6, 2012
Antiviral (2012) Staci Layne Wilson Jones is magnificent as a protagonist who's certainly not likable, yet is mysteriously, compulsively, watchable. EDIT
Posted Nov 6, 2012
Silent Hill: Revelation (2012) Staci Layne Wilson While Silent Hill: Revelation 3D may not allay your hankering for a solid story, it'll definitely satisfy your blood-lust. EDIT
Posted Nov 6, 2012
The Bay (2012) Staci Layne Wilson Just when I thought it was safe to go back in the water... here comes The Bay. EDIT
Posted Oct 31, 2012
Vampira and Me (2012) Staci Layne Wilson Nurmi is sympathetic, likeable, and quite intriguing; she is well worth spending an hour and half with. EDIT
Posted Oct 26, 2012
The Collection (2012) Staci Layne Wilson The Collection [is] a punchy piece in the pantheon of sequels. EDIT
Posted Oct 20, 2012
Bigfoot: The Lost Coast Tapes (2012) Staci Layne Wilson Bigfoot: The Lost Coast Tapes is a decent time-waster. EDIT
Posted Oct 12, 2012
Seven Psychopaths (2012) Staci Layne Wilson The goriest Buddhist serial killer comedy I have ever seen. EDIT
Posted Oct 4, 2012
Frankenweenie (2012) Staci Layne Wilson Perfectly poised for a Halloween release, I daresay Frankenweenie is an instant classic. EDIT
Posted Oct 1, 2012
Airborne (2012) Staci Layne Wilson Come Die with Me is the tagline for Airborne, which is clever. Too bad the rest of the movie is not. This one's got a British accent, and not much else. EDIT
Posted Sep 26, 2012
The Barrens (2012) Staci Layne Wilson [Bousman fans:] It's not quite up to Saw and Mother's Day levels in gut wrenching horror, but The Barrens is a good mix of supernatural and visceral. EDIT
Posted Sep 26, 2012
Hotel Transylvania (2012) Staci Layne Wilson I loved it, but beware: It is not a scary movie, it's a paranormal romance and it's essentially about a father/daughter relationship. EDIT
Posted Sep 22, 2012
House at the End of the Street (2012) Staci Layne Wilson House at the End of the Street is what it is: a teenage version of Fatal Attraction (1987) with a dash of The Collector (1965). EDIT
Posted Sep 21, 2012
Strippers vs Werewolves (2012) Staci Layne Wilson Dialogue's decent, but for every smart quip there are 10 insipid expletives. EDIT
Posted Sep 16, 2012
Livid (2011) Staci Layne Wilson Livid is almost all allegory, mood, style, flourish, freak-out and suspense. EDIT
Posted Sep 16, 2012
The Hole (2009) Staci Layne Wilson If you enjoyed recent scary-but-kid-safe thrillers like Don't Be Afraid of the Dark or Super 8 - albeit toned down for pre-teens - then The Hole is definitely worth a peek. EDIT
Posted Sep 12, 2012
The Loved Ones (2009) Staci Layne Wilson It's got heart, gore, suspense, and an unusual family-style drama you won't likely forget... and Lola is a terrific character: pretty scary in pink! EDIT
Posted Sep 8, 2012
The Curse of the Cat People (1944) Staci Layne Wilson Mysteries and meanings to curl around each other like creeping vines. EDIT
Posted Sep 8, 2012
The Victim (2011) Staci Layne Wilson The Victim isn't so much a classic-style horror movie - it's more a crime thriller - but fans of the genre will probably enjoy the sex, drugs, and death scenes. EDIT
Posted Sep 8, 2012
The Revenant (2009) Staci Layne Wilson It's the best successor to Cemetery Man out there, for sure (much better than Dylan Dog!). EDIT
Posted Sep 8, 2012
The Possession (2012) Staci Layne Wilson Is The Possession destined to be a classic? Probably not. But it's well worth a few bucks to see on the big screen, and is certainly one of the better hellish-havoc flicks I've seen in some time. EDIT
Posted Aug 30, 2012
Hell (2011) Staci Layne Wilson High-concept Hell leans toward stranger-danger slasher horror and amounts to little more than sinister mountain-men hell-bent on killing along the lines of a Wrong Turn movie by way of House of 1000 Corpses. EDIT
Posted Aug 21, 2012
Post Mortem (2010) Staci Layne Wilson Unfortunately, as beautifully presented as it is, and no matter how creepily authentic the autopsied and rotting cadavers look, Post Mortem is D.O.A. in the suspense department. EDIT
Posted Aug 21, 2012
Mr. Hush (2010) Staci Layne Wilson It's too bad first time director David Lee Madison can't lay some responsibility on the screenwriter for the horrible script he was saddled with: he's got only himself to blame for this tedious mess. EDIT
Posted Aug 21, 2012
Solomon Kane (2009) Staci Layne Wilson ...a wet blanket of gloom and humorlessness. EDIT
Posted Jul 24, 2012
Meeting Evil (2011) Staci Layne Wilson If you don't mind style over substance, a bit of the old cat-and-mouse, and you enjoy watching Samuel L. Jackson making people squirm, then hop in, strap up, and hold on. EDIT
Posted Jul 24, 2012
Babycall (2011) Staci Layne Wilson The Monitor is one of the better psychological thrillers I've seen in awhile. EDIT
Posted Jul 24, 2012
Breathless (2012) Staci Layne Wilson Far more gruesome, and definitely packing more surprise punches than your average, everyday thriller. EDIT
Posted Jul 24, 2012
Fascination (1979) Staci Layne Wilson Since few watch Rollin for story, I will give a nod to the beauty of the leading ladies, the vast glory of the sets and locations, and the composition of the shots. EDIT
Posted Jul 12, 2012
Black Limousine (2010) Staci Layne Wilson Think of Black Limousine as a mini of the surreal masterwork Mulholland Drive, but with less twists and turns. EDIT
Posted Jul 3, 2012
The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) Staci Layne Wilson Where the otherwise humdrum movie excels, aside from the appropriately dazzling CG and 3D, is in its ironic humor. EDIT
Posted Jul 2, 2012
Red Lights (2012) Staci Layne Wilson As I watched Red Lights, all I could think of was how much it reminded of other movies, TV shows, and pop culture icons. EDIT
Posted Jun 27, 2012
Some Guy Who Kills People (2011) Staci Layne Wilson SGWKP is a slow but absorbing character study reminiscent of genre mash-ups like Baghead, Lars & The Real Girl, and Innkeepers. At its severed, bleeding and butchered heart, SGWKP is actually a relationship drama. EDIT
Posted Jun 27, 2012
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012) Staci Layne Wilson How much you like Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter will be predicated quite a bit on how much you like Timur Bekmambetov's movies. EDIT
Posted Jun 21, 2012
The Woman in the Fifth (2011) Staci Layne Wilson [Mostly slow, this film at least] has some absorbing moments of strange sexuality, haunt and mystery. EDIT
Posted Jun 19, 2012
Killer Joe (2011) Staci Layne Wilson Tennessee Williams meets Nabokov meets The Coen Brothers in this dark, cruel, funny and weirdly amiable hicksploitation chamber-piece. EDIT
Posted Jun 19, 2012
Sector 7 (2011) Staci Layne Wilson Unless you are a diehard, and preferably desperate, fan of Asian monster movies it's probably best you sidestep Sector 7. EDIT
Posted Jun 18, 2012
The Feed (2010) Staci Layne Wilson I have to give kudos to writer-director Steve Gibson for doing a lot with a little. EDIT
Posted Jun 8, 2012
Prometheus (2012) Staci Layne Wilson Overall it's a satisfying, well-made, exciting, technically top-notch and scary movie. EDIT
Posted Jun 2, 2012
Piranha 3DD (2012) Staci Layne Wilson Just remember: it's called Piranha 3DD. EDIT
Posted May 31, 2012
Monster Brawl (2011) Staci Layne Wilson The movie's clever conceit, cheeky dialogue, and nice cinematography had me hooked immediately. EDIT
Posted May 31, 2012
The Pact (2012) Staci Layne Wilson The Pact is a good one for a late night, home alone. EDIT
Posted May 27, 2012
Lovely Molly (2011) Staci Layne Wilson I can't say Molly is lovely enough to recommend. EDIT
Posted May 21, 2012
Valerie and Her Week of Wonders (1970) Staci Layne Wilson A sensuous, often suspenseful fable saturated with shades of Sigmund Freud, Lewis Carroll and the Marquis de Sade, the horror comes in the form of actual, traditional fanged vampires who can shape-shift and cause all kinds of deadly mischief. EDIT
Posted Apr 30, 2012
Penumbra (2011) Staci Layne Wilson Bearing in mind that the title of the film translates to 'shadowy, indefinite, or marginal' I leave it up to you to decided whether or not patience is one of your virtues. EDIT
Posted Apr 27, 2012
Headhunters (2011) Staci Layne Wilson To say too much about this taut, and often quite gory, shocking and surprising twisty mystery would spoil the freezer-burn fun. EDIT
Posted Apr 27, 2012
Rose of Iron (1973) Staci Layne Wilson Boy meets girl. Boy takes girl to graveyard. Boy regrets decision. EDIT
Posted Apr 24, 2012
The Cabin in the Woods (2011) Staci Layne Wilson Unless you're a Whedon buff, wait for DVD. EDIT
Posted Apr 24, 2012