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perfectly blending CG animation with a realistic robot, this re-telling of Theseus is not only fresh and new, but at times frightening. The Minotaur may not be half-beast/half-man as most would expect, but it has a certain presence about him that makes him a very frightening monster and whenever he's on screen you know this thing is a force to be reckoned with. Syfy has a habit of making terrible movies that usually fall under this genre, but Minotaur stands out with it's brilliant direction, and great cinematography. I recommend this film if you are a fan of Greek Mythology, or monster horror.

Automaton Transfusion

a bad zombie film with nearly every zombie cliche and teenage horror film shock scare involved. it tries so hard to be a hardcore film but needless to say, it fails. it's more like a bad music video for underground screamo bands, any who are stupid enough to let director Miller use their music. acting that is between subpar and under average with an out of nowhere plot twist so bad M.Night Shyamalan would blush and say "what a stupid twist". the film wouldn't be so bad if it didn't take itself seriously, but every step along the way it has to be over-the-top and "hardcore". yes because punching babies out of pregnant women is totally hardcore right? it's the worst part of the 90's mixed with zombie cliches and the best gore 30000 bucks can buy. which is probably why they couldn't get competent actors because they spent every dime on the gore. the zombies are by far the worst zombies in any film I've ever seen. they're either too strong, too smart, too stupid, too weak, too over-the-top. the main characters have between no personality and border on insane, oh sorry! did I say insane? I meant inane. you can tell Miller is an amateur director and an amateur writer and though I give him credit with a 30000 dollar budget the gore effects are nice. but over all the movie is a chore to watch as everything is so horribly directed, badly panned out and nonsensically arranged.


This film is a masterpiece. I don't think I need to go into too much detail. It had me cheering, it had me on the edge of my seat, it had me laughing, it had me in shock and awe, and at the end it even had me crying. This may be one of the most brilliant films I've ever seen. In the gesture of a Roman emporer...Thumbs up.

King Arthur
King Arthur(2004)

This movie sadly claims to be historically accurate. Even though there are several differences to Arthurian lore. Personally I think renaming a few characters, including the title character, and saying it's based on the characters in Arthurian lore. BAM! historical inaccuracies fixed and we have a cast of likable characters. But speaking of characters did anybody notice that Galahad was virtually useless in this movie? I don't recall him doing much at all. The guy portraying him wasn't a bad actor, by no means was he a bad actor, he did his job fairly well, but he had no purpose, in fact if you cut his entire character from the story, it would only cause minor confusion in a few scenes. I suppose having a character who has no purpose is better than being confused though. But had it been based upon characters in Arthurian lore we might not have had any useless characters. Gawain was also fairly pointless in this movie, but nowhere near as pointless as Galahad. But in retrospect at least everyone is likable in this movie I personally liked the portrayal of Tristan. A silent and deadly bad ass who could slay you with an arrow even if he barely sees you. If you ignore a lot of the historical inaccuracies this movie is actually kind of thrilling in many ways. It has great choreography, some talented acting, intelligent characters, and a decent script. I know it doesn't make a lot of sense to ignore historical inaccuracies when it claims to be the true story not to mention the fact if you put the name King Arthur on your movie you had better not heavily deviate from the source material because there are people like me who enjoy tales of Arthur Pendragon. But for a dark ages action movie, it's not too bad. But that doesn't mean it doesn't have a lot of issues. Which is why I gave it a 40%, it has issues but hey I didn't hate any characters and at least it didn't lose my attention.


I severely disagree with the synopsis on this movie. It had me loving the characters, hating the characters, loving then hating the characters, or hating then loving the characters. And Peter O'Toole gave a very VERY stunning and well delivered speech to Brad Pitt's character Achilles. It almost brought a tear to my eye. But I cannot ignore the historical inaccuracies what with me bitching about the King Arthur films inaccuracies and all. But the difference between King Arthur and Troy is this. Troy is more well put together, and it has a more coherent story. Other than the historical inaccuracies no other issues come to mind. It has everything a good movie needs, plot, characters, scenery, good script, great acting. So it's easily a 70.

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

There really isn't much I can say that others before me haven't already said. I only have one question. Is there anything higher than a 100? Come to think of it yes there is one thing above a 100. And that would be The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King. Bravo Jackson you've done it again you magnificent bastard!

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

once again I see no flaws here other than length. And the Length of a film doesn't really bother me at all. Why? because the film is so epic, so well done, length doesn't bother me one little bit. Lord of the Rings the Two Towers is a great fantasy epic film and peter Jackson really knows how to deliver with excellent cinematography, sets, effects, and story. Bravo Jackson, Bravo.

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

the first in the lord of the rings trilogy is a masterpiece. Peter Jackson put his heart and soul into these movies, as did the actors, other than how incredibly long it is, there really is no flaw in this movie. And even then the length doesn't really bother you. It intrigues you into wanting more and more, the good thing is it promises more as well. Thankfully it delivers.

Solomon Kane
Solomon Kane(2012)

Solomon Kane is a film I expected to follow in the footsteps of Van Helsing. I mean even the characters look a like. But thankfully this film did not disappoint me, once again a Robert E. Howard Character is adapted to the screen. This one
is definitely second to Conan the Barbarian in terms of Robert E. Howard adaptations. With ease might I add.


I never thought I'd be sitting here giving an Uwe Boll movie a 90%. This movie has a few flaws yes. but it's story kept me into the movie, it was just a rush of intensity and I thought it was brilliant. and believe me I HATE Uwe Boll movies. But I'd say this one was where he got his head out of his ass and decided "you know...I might make more money if I actually put effort into the films I create". So Uwe...please do us all a favor, and do more films like this. I might become a fan of you one day if you did.


My god, this film was. Odd. I won't say it was terrible but more or less forgettable. Not much happened in this movie that was worth talking about, or even mentioning. Oh it threw a few curveballs my way and for that I give it credit. But I can see why many called this Lucio Fulci's decent into weaker films. You could've done better Fulci, you seriously could.

Beastmaster III: The Eye of Braxus

A much better sequel to the classic Beastmaster. While not as good as the original this one has a few moments I liked. Oh yeah it had it's issues but I was able to enjoy the film. It had acting that ranged from good, to great, it had a decent plot, fun action, a cool setting, and a great villain played by David Warner. If you liked Beastmaster 1 I'd check this one out. But for all things holy skip beastmaster 2. Not like anything happens in that film you need to know in this one anyway.

Beastmaster 2: Through the Portal of Time

released 9 years after the first Beastmaster, which I regard as a classic, this film is just bad. Forgettable, silly, ridden with plot holes, stupid, nonsensical, and more important, Unnecessary. I would've loved for there to have been a decent sequel to Beastmaster, but Through the Portal of Time, is most certainly NOT the sequel I was looking for. Most say Conan the Destroyer was bad, well they haven't seen Beastmaster 2!

The Beastmaster

This is a fantastic film. great scenery, great characters, great story, great action, need I go on? It's one of those early 1980's fantasy epic films that came out of nowhere around the time Conan the Barbarian did. Most of those films were really cheesy and stupid, but this one is definitely a classic.

The Sword and the Sorcerer

This movie was fantastic, I'm serious, this is one of the best Fantasy Epic Films I've ever seen. There's iconic moments almost everywhere you look, and a triple edged sword that fires 2 blades. That would be a +2 sword of epic win. There's no really much I can say about it. It's just a great movie and all who haven't seen it should. Seriously one of the best movies of the fantasy epic genre, when I saw the cover I had such an expression and the first words out of my mouth were "oooooh that looks good". It did NOT disappoint.

Ator: The Fighting Eagle

The Italian Conan the Barbarian isn't as bad as some make it out to be, but it's got a few issues I can't for the life of me overlook. I was able to enjoy the film personally because it has a sense of campiness. The effects are laughable but the scene where Ator fought his shadow was actually fairly impressive. I've seen characters fight their shadows before but only in animation it was very refreshing to see it live action. and filmed very creatively. The acting wasn't the greatest but it was believable 90% of the time. Plus Miles O' Keef definitely fits the role of "barbarian". There's downright laughable dialog, and questionable writing but again the film isn't entirely terrible. I'll gladly check out the sequels because they too might not be as terrible as I hear.


this movie was just plain BORING! it wasn't bad, but it was boring. Out of all the mindless CGI destruction in summer block busters the one that SHOULD be about smashing stuff is about the science behind the Hulk. I remember sitting down and watching the opening to it and saying "oh well this is interesting" but the scene just drags on, and on, and on,and on, AND ON until I JUST CAN'T TAKE IT ANYMORE! The CG is believable and when the action gets going it's pretty cool. The scene where he rips the top off of a tank and smashes another tank with it is a pretty memorable scene in it's own right. And it is fairly cool and impressive. I get what the movie was going for, I really do. It didn't want to be a mindless smashing summer block buster CGI. But it was just BORING. You were focusing on the wrong characters, when the hulk first appeared, 40+ minutes in. He was on screen shortly and there wasn't much smashing then while he was the hulk we focused on the love interest. She's a fine actress but I don't care about her daddy issues. I want smashing! To the films credit, the ending got a big grin out of me. the film isn't bad, it's just boring.

Highlander 2: The Quickening

seeing as there are 3 versions of this movie allow me to give my synopsis on all 3 as individual films

Highlander 2: The Quickening - this movie is garbage, it was boring, stupid plot, nonsensical, and just plain idiotic. I've seen worse movies, by far. But I can see why they changed the film up so much in the later versions.
The action and acting is believable but the ending climax is so long it destroys all sense of tension you may have had. 10%

Highlander 2: The Renegade Version - definitely an improvement over the original. There is no planet Zeist for starters. But it's still not much of an improvement. It's like toy that has fallen in the mud and you just decided to clean it off a little bit. So there's no planet Zeist, big deal, that doesn't explain why Romirez is fascinated by a plane even though in one of the beginning scenes he's seen in a giant aircraft. 30%

Highlander 2: The Special Edition -THIS FILM IS...pretty good actually. Yeah it's stupid and I can sit here and pick out so many plot holes you wouldn't believe. But surprisingly all of those plot holes can be filled with quite a bit of assumption. I know there's the golden rule "if it's a film, show it" but I've seen movies that insult our intelligence by explaining, in excruciatingly painful and forced dialog between characters. This movie requires you to have an analytical mind to see what it's doing. And if you don't, this film is a lot of fun either way. We got swords, magic, future, monolithic cyber punk business corporation with a shifty eyed villain. It's so generic but it's so much fun! I've never sat down and watched a movie interested 3 times in one day. You know how you get a song stuck in your head for hours? this is the first movie that was ever stuck in my head. I found it to be a blast, and I went in expecting to HATE this movie with the bottom of my stomach. So for being a great improvement over it's atrocious predecessors, trying it's best to make sure there are fewer plot holes in it. I have to give it a fresh rating. 70%


I've seen better 1980's fantasy sword and sorcery films. But only one or two. In fact the only other sword and sorcery film that comes to mind that's better is Conan the barbarian.But I found Highlander to be a thrilling, enjoyable, well written, piece of science fiction/fantasy. The acting is believable, the action ranges from decent to excellent, and the story has an interesting premise as well as a mystifying one. I've noticed in my reviews on this site whether or not I recommend a film. This would be on my recommendations list for certain.

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

It's not as bad as people would say it is, but it's still bad. I mean I will say this, the action scenes are still very well done and the main characters don't have as much screen time as the transformers. Which is definitely a good move. I will say this the Optimus Prime vs Decepticons fight scene in the forest may be one of the best and funnest action scenes I've ever seen in a film. It's short but it feels quite long.
It handled his death scene great in my opinion he went down fighting, he even killed the biggest decepticon by ripping his face in half and ending it on a one-liner. Bad-Ass, He died a few seconds after that but he didn't go down easily, I wish the fight was a little longer like he was fighting with the decepticons but died because the overpowered him. But that wouldn't make a lot of sense because he was just dominating those bastards, a cheap shot from Megatron I suppose is a godo way to end it. My biggest issue here is while the script still isn't all that bad it's not as good as the first one, and that fight scene between Optimus Prime/Megatron/The Fallen, that was too short, The Fallen is supposed to be your main villain, the guy Megatron fears, Megatron the man who told starscream there is no leadership but his own, to only one scene later be taking orders from the fallen to showcase just how tough that guy is. And Optimus beats him in about 2 minutes...hoooraaaay, I'm so intimidated by this guy who's sole existence in the movie was "he got his ass kicked, and now he wants to kick somebody elses ass, and then he gets his own ass kicked". For all it's badsides with the action it too has a high re-watch value because it's not a boring movie, I was playing a video game when I first saw this movie and it managed to draw my attention and keep it so long I was dead in the video game for about 10-15 minutes. Is it a good movie though? not really, it's not a terrible movie as many make it out to be, but it's a mediocre "we're going to have your attention for 2 hours" kinda film. So for that I'll give it a 50/50 not good, but not bad either.


There are few believable characters, Shia Lebouf takes up WAY too much screen time in my opinion and he's a slightly below sub-par actor. I recall in one scene his dialog overshadowed Optimus Prime. I wonder why Micheal Bay didn't hold up a que card with the letters "STF and U" on it because we don't care about Sam Whitwiki, or however you spell that characters name, shows just how much I care about him. I want to see Optimus Prime, he has the best dialog after all. You'd think he'd be annoying but the script respects Optimus greatly and he easily has the best lines. He carries this movie even though he's in about half of it. Megan Fox's character, good god almighty I recall in one scene where she sees the cop car transformer throwing cars aside running at her and she doesn't seem to change her emotion from "you knocked me over" to "HOLY SHIIIIIT PISSED OFF GIANT ROBOT BAIL". I despise her acting, somebody needs to walk up to her and say "Megan please take the vibrator out, you're supposed to act in an action movie, not a pornography". I don't hate her character, I don't hate Shia's character either, I just dislike their acting. But the effects and action are fantastic in this movie, Micheal Bay isn't a great director, in no way is he a great director. But in this movie, a strong script, great effects, and great action makes this movie not only watchable but awesome in how badass it is when the action gets going. I would've preferred to have seen more action scenes in my opinion but the very last 20 minutes of the movie is nothing but fighting robots I think, and it was GLORIOUS. Many times in that movie I could've sworn those robots were really causing that much collateral damage. It has a very high re-watch value. And for films you're guaranteed a successful movie, Now success doesn't equal good, need I bring up the abomination that is the Twilight film. But the fact that Transformers is so re-watchable makes me interested in future films of this name. And if you follow the storyline it's actually a pretty good one, it's nothing too complicated but I don't recall any plot holes, I despise Micheal Bay I was very biased toward this movie and it's sequel, I scoured the films storyline, I looked high and low, hours of wasted effort to try and find a huge gaping plot hole that would just flat out convince me that this movie was garbage. My efforts were in vain. The worst plot hole I found was when Megatron was unfrozen he had to say "I am Megatron" yeah because he has to say his own name when ever he's released, that's what the unfreezing scene in Star Wars Return of the Jedi was missing, Han Solo saying "I am Han Solo". And while I don't care much for the main characters, I didn't find their personalities unlikable. And I was able to enjoy the movie due to it's pace and overarching storyline. I give it a high buying recommendation to anybody who likes action movies.

Mad Max
Mad Max(1979)

I had a hard time believing this movie was set in a post apocalyptic world, however I'm lead to assume that's what they were going for though, sort of like far into the future after the apocalypse. Which works out very well. Tons of action and a well done performance by Mel Gibson. I was also very surprised that it was not only Mel Gibsons first film, but added to it George Millers as well. 2 relative new comers to the film industry put together this great movie. Well done, well done indeed.

Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior

After the first Mad Max I expected the film series to take a slight dive into mediocrity beginning with Road Warrior. To my pleasant surprise this film was such an improvement over it's predecessor. Seeing as the first Mad Max was brilliant so that's saying a lot. The Road Warrior is more entertaining
as well as having much better action sequences. This is definitely a film I recommend.

Xombie: Dead on Arrival

for a flash animated movie made for newgrounds.com I found myself incredibly intrigued by it's design, by it's characters, by it's setting, and even the small portions of comedy. It does end on a bit of a cliffhanger however I am aware of a comic book series that continues the story. Were it not for this animation I never would have known. But even if a movie has a comic it doesn't make the movie good. But it is very good and I will most certainly be checking out the comic series when I locate it.

Red Sonja
Red Sonja(1985)

My expectations were low with this movie, very VERY low. But in my hunger to see more conan-esque action I had to see this one. This movie....isn't really all that bad. I mean granted I had incredibly low expectations and there were a few glaring flaws, and by a few I mean one glaring flaw, and by one glaring flaw I mean the acting. Yes the acting is hands down some of the WORST acting I've ever seen in a movie
when your actors are horrendous like our title characters actress Brigette Nielson, not to mention that odd uncomfortableness Sonja has with men. I assume it was because she was raped by the queens soldiers, however it was the queen herself that ordered she be raped, so wouldn't she have animosity toward both men and women? But I've never been raped, plus I'm a guy, plus I don't live in a fantasy world like the one in this movie, so I guess I can let that slide. But it's still odd. The plot of the movie is actually pretty good in my opinion, not a perfect plot, but it was decent. In all honesty, this film could've been a classic in my mind. However the acting, ugh the acting! It was so bad it brought the movie down 20% I was going to give it a 70 because some of the effects were silly, the jump cutting was dumb, very dumb, plus that random topless scene. But the acting is what killed this movie for me.


syfy has a lot of hit-and-miss movies. they also hold the record from some of the dumbest monster movies with the worst effects, terrible acting, horrid plot, etc. Abominable...is not one of those movies. Yeah this is actually one of their better movies. Only behind Minotaur this movie is one of syfys classics. Yeah I'll admit the monster looks ridiculous, but he has a very strong and frightening presence, the plot is quite good as well. And it took an interesting direction having the hero be a paraplegic man. It gave us a lot of sympathy for the the character, and it wasn't just because he was in a wheelchair, he also had a reason he was in a wheelchair and it was quite sad. If syfy could have, I would've tried getting this film into theaters, it's that good of a monster movie.

A Nightmare on Elm Street

No where near as bad as I thought it would be. Sure there were things I could have dealt without, and a few things that were utterly pointless, Chris' relationship status. But I was never bored with the movie. Haley did a fantastic job reinventing the character as a more creepy version of Freddy, instead of a joker we get a vengeful creep. And seeing as before death he was a pedophile it made sense as to why he was a creep. Thankfully it cut down on the horror movie cliches, such as fake jump scares. A few were in there, but the jump scares mainly came from Freddy appearing. Which is how it should be done if you ask me. Even when I knew a scare was coming it still surprised me. There was a plot hole here or there, some slip ups, that were obvious, an example would be Chris' boyfriend who was in jail, he falls asleep dreams, Freddy kills him by jamming his claw through his chest, that's a fine death, shocking gory, and believable. but we cut to him in the jail cell bleeding to death from the chest of course, however there's no hole in his back where Freddy clearly stabbed him from.
but despite the slip ups, the small plot holes. The suspense was well done, Freddy was great as always, it had a creepy atmosphere, and a great casting choice for Haley as Freddy.In summation, I'd buy it when it comes out, hell I may even go see it in theaters again.

The Odyssey
The Odyssey(1997)

Though extremely long The Odyssey is very fun, and very interesting. Whenever I watch this movie I always have a good time and I can watch it all the way through without tuning out because I was bored. It's arguably my favorite movie of the Greek Mythology genre as well as my favorite Homer story.


A very well done mini-series/movie adaptation to the "12 Labors of Hercules" Lots of action and very interesting situations. While the CG is 9 times out of 10 very cheap looking the movie is enjoyable. The children in the movie were also fairly poorly written but their screen time and lines in the movie are short which means the worst acting and worst written characters are barely in the movie at all. Good move, if you absolutely must have a child character make their roles small. for the few faults it has I was able to enjoy the mini-series. I recommend it to anybody who is a fan of greek mythology

Mystery Men
Mystery Men(1999)

It's one of the best super-hero/comedy films I know of. This film set the bar for me when it came to comedy movies. I still recommend this movie even though I've watched it dozens of times, and it always manages to make me laugh. There really isn't much I can say about it. It's a well written comedy, it's a well written super-hero movie. The powers they have are absurd but incredibly funny and the way they all utilize them make for very interesting action sequences, and very humorous gags.

Grave of the Fireflies (Hotaru no haka)

Breathtakingly human. Grave of the Fireflies is one of the most emotional films I've ever seen. Not just in animation but live action films as well. This movie made me sad...not the "holy shit this sucks" kinda sad, but it made me sad from it's shear amount of emotion. Studio Ghibli has yet to fail me when it comes to making animated movies. Grave of the Fireflies easily makes it's way on my "list of highly recommended movies". And it will no doubt stay there for a great deal amount of time.

Dragonball Evolution

Could have been better, could have been worse. I have seen worse films with worse writing. Not to mention worse effects and worse acting. But if I compare it to the horrendous Twilight series, I'd have a decent action movie. By no means is this movie any good. But I saw this movie for the first time right after I watched the first Twilight film. So my expectations were low, very low, so low to a point where pretty much anything might have impressed me. So that's not really saying much. There are worse comic book/tv show movie adaptations if you ask me. But the film is actually bad if you have to think about what films are worse. I didn't have to think hard on what films are worse but the act alone was unnecessary.Just like many scenes in this movie. To the directors credit, Chow-Yun-Fat although REALLY over-the-top had the character of Master Roshi down to a tea in my opinion. One of only 2 casting decisions that were good, the other being the choice for Piccolo.

Conan the Destroyer

nowhere near as good as Conan the Barbarian, but not as bad as it's reputation. there is a massive amount of stupidity but I can see it really did try to be a decent sequel but had a few blunders along the way. there are plot holes here or there and it can be a chore to sit through most of the time, plus Malik the worlds most useless character could have been written out of the story completely if they changed a couple scenes around. In summation if you're trying to find more Conan the Barbarian action, Conan the Destroyer is a first option. But if there were other options I'd check those out first.

Clash of the Titans

A bit deus ex machina at times. And the acting could use an over-haul. I personally found Clash of the Titans to be an enjoyable re-make. It's not a perfect film, far from it, but it was a fun little swords and sorcery kind of film that I sat through and had fun. Nothing I would recommend but something I would purchase and watch, if only to have something on as I cannot stand absolute silence. And this loud action movie wold most certainly fill my house with noise.

Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God

A far superior film compared to it's notorious predecessor.
But that's not saying much. The film has it's flaws but there are moments where it feels like a dungeons and dragons campaign taking place. It has all the familiar elements, you have a Fighter, a Thief, A Cleric, A Wizard, and a Barbarian. You have an antagonist causing trouble, you have Dungeons, Dragons, traps, lairs, mazes, puzzles, fights, demons, familiar objects such as the Gem of True seeing,Mace of Thunder, the ring of the ram, etc. It can be considered the film most wanted. But if you don't play dungeons and dragons, or have an analytical mind, this film is rock stupid. there are pointless fight scenes with absolutely no build up what-so-ever, and while it may please hardcore Dungeons and Dragons nerds, Dungeons and Dragons:Wrath of the Dragon God will not please anybody who is a fan of the fantasy genre.

Conan the Barbarian

Very well known as the movie that launched the career of Austrian body builder Arnold Schwarzenegger is not only a cult classic but added to it a fun,exciting,suspenseful swords and sorcery adventure for all who are fans of the genre. Every one knows well that Arnold isn't really a great actor,insert jingle all the way joke here, but here he was actually good. I think the director knew Arnold was no great actor and for a solid 20 minutes of the film Arnold doesn't speak a single line of dialogue. This is a movie I would recommend to any and all. Whether you like this type of movie or not I implore any and all to go and visit the world of Hyborea for 2 hours.


Pathfinder has many glaring flaws. Mainly consisting of a plot that has a hard time showing up, as well as an abysmal pace. I found myself listening to many scenes of dialogue looking at a cool and gory action sequence, followed by checking the time. Only 5 minutes had gone by. There were a few choice moments where I found myself watching in suspense so that of course was a positive thing. It's a very stylish looking movie, and even though it was filmed very dark, I had no trouble at all interpreting what was going on. Pathfinder is a film that action/medieval/viking fans would enjoy if they don't want talking but want blood, gore, and death. So all in all pathfinder is a relatively bloody movie and it clearly doesn't try to be anything it's not, so it succeeds in being what it is. An action movie with swords swinging and vikings fighting.


Visually stunning, with intense action scenes, and a fantastic performance by Gerard Butler as King Leonidas, 300 is a, not for all, action movie that will please the majority of viewers who see it. the acclaimed "this is sparta" line is a highly memorable movie moment. The concept for this film, while based on a graphic novel, is brilliant. The slow motion action effects are nice, smooth, and feel like they belong there

I recommend this film to anyone who likes a good roman/greek tragedy, action film, comic book adaptation, and all fans alike

Hide and Creep

Hide and Creep though low budget is still an enjoyable movie and an overall thrill to watch. The characters are all likable, the humor is quick and never dull. It's not your run of the mill hit and miss horror/comedy films. All the Characters have unique personalities and only one of them you want to see get killed, she does and she barely has any screen time. I recommend this movie to anyone that is a fan of the zombie or comedy genre of films. It's a 2 in 1 special.


Watchmen is not only a faithful adaptation to the
graphic novel, but also adds new and innovative ideas to films in general. It's a brilliant masterpiece of cinema. Although hard to follow for newcomers to the dark superhero comic plotline, it's still quite the entertaining if not exceedingly long film, but most films that are long have room to expand on the plot and add other subplots that compliment the story and bring to one of the best climaxes of a story I've ever seen. While lacking in action it makes up for with a jaw droppingly good storyline, amazing fleshed out characters and an ending that had you asking many questions but not feeling at all dirty from watching it. I recommend this film to anybody who loves a good plotline in a movie and hates the steriotypical superhero movie. You know the one. in a summary the steriotypical superhero film goes like this "LETS PUNCH SOMEONE AND SAVE THE WORLD!" this film greatly deviates from that style of superhero movies and made one of the most memorable plotlines in any superhero movie I've ever come across to date