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What a weird fucking movie. There's no gore or scares to be found and yet this film is strangely entrancing with its bizaare story, special fx, borderline parody tone and witty script. One has to wonder why Charles Band had his name dropped from the credits, instead being credited as Robert Talbot. Recomended for Full Moon Entertainment fans as well as those who liked Band's later film Blood Dolls
Nowhere near as good or gripping as the original but far from bad. One of the better remakes to come out
Don't let the half star rating fool you, it's much worse than that
I've seen some bad kickboxing/MMA flicks over the years but Never Back Down makes the Bloodfist series, Kickboxer and Bloodsport sequels look like the original Star Wars trilogy
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
The Collector collected 88 minutes of my life that no amount of trap dodging and distractions could ever bring back.
Skip this and watch Inside and Martyrs (back to back if you can stomach it) if you want to see how a "trapped in the house with a killer" horror/thriller should be done