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The meta in this movie alone offers some crazy perspective shifts regarding the horror genre. and more than that-- it's genuinely funny, creepy, smart, and entertaining.
It's good, not great. Acceptable but not nearly as ground breaking as the original while lacking some of the key elements that made the originals great. Still, an engaging homage to the original despite its lack of vision and ambition.
Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell combine to create a shocking gut punch of slapstick phantasmagoria. A true original that broke the mold-- it's visual camp combined with gruesome physical effects challenged viewers perceptions of what horror could and should be. Both versions are absolute necessities.
An utter classic. East meets west with kung fu, magic, and vintage Kurt Russell/John Carpenter.
Surreal, smart, well acted and directed. An original work with lots to say and not afraid to embrace the absurdities in the struggle of every day life.
Chow Yun Fats iconic turn. Limited only by the tech of its time
The absolute seminal work on all things King Arthur, Knights of the Round Table, and Search for the holy grail.
Best movie of 2019? It hits benchmarks usually reserved for Sam Raimi flicks. Clever, Funny, Surprising, Slapstick, Suspense, and heart. Loved it way more than I thought I would.
A wholesome family horror movie just in time for Halloween season.
Bill Paxton unleashed the axes! Alright alright alright.
What is light without dark? We are brothers eternal.
Some viewers are claiming it might be the best possible fantasy movie of all time. Maybe?! There ain't no make about it. Individual performances? it's got both Top notch Warwick Davis and peak Val Kilmer. Brain trust? George Lucas and Ron Howard. Need more convincing, peck?