His Dark Materials
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What appears to be another 70's schlock creature feature on the surface is actually much more. Beyond the blood and guts there are some very real human terrors at large here.
While certainly not without it's flaws, this is undoubtedly the most solid entry in the sci-fi mega franchise since 1985's "Aliens". While pacing is undoubtedly an issue, the cinematography and special effects are nothing short of breath-taking.
Solid rainy-day fare. The gore and (surprisingly) laughs are plentiful but a somewhat confused tone and at times terrible SFX put a damper on this fanboy party. However I must admit it's a lot of fun and not what I would consider an insult to a franchise that's seen better days.
Sleeker and more cinematic than it's predecessors, it's the slight deviations from the formula that's known so well that makes it stand out in the franchise.
A brilliant homage to the grindhouse films of the 1970's with twists, turns, chills and blood galore. It's a hell of a good time for genre fans.
It's the original film but with it's razor fingers removed.
The sequel that nobody asked for, although it's produced with enough competence to serve as a love letter to the original film as opposed to an insult.
Gore, humor, and (surprisingly) well-rounded, likable characters. This mid-80's slasher romp rises above the others in almost every way possible.
While riddled with forgivable flaws, this follow-up to the 1979 original film features enough frights and practical effects to conjure up an effective little possession story. Able to stand on it's own, this sequel remains engaging throughout and doesn't fall victim to the dullness of the first film.