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The Mummy
The Mummy (1999)
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

seeing this movie for the first time in theaters left me absolutely stunned. I had almost zero expectations for this movie, but it turned my opinion around completely. It left me thoroughly entertained, however it failed a little bit in one area. I was expecting more intense horror elements, but maybe that's a good thing. maybe the focus really was to create a campy yet relatively scary film (just like in the 50's). my final verdict: it was very campy, yet that is what makes it work so well. Fun, scary, and featuring Brendan Fraser. WOO-HOO!!!

Birdemic: Shock And Terror
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

This film is incredible! It is so horrible that you have to love it. Never in my life have i seen something so breathtakingly horrible yet so entertaining at the same time. I am still stunned by this movie's lack of heart, soul, or wit. And I loved every second of it. This is as bad a movie as you can find, so bad, that you will enjoy it to the end of your days.

Repo! The Genetic Opera
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Much like Phantom of the Paradise, you could close your eyes and still find the movie enjoyable, which I would recommend for the squeamish. It is highly gory, but when you get the director of Saw movies 2-4 to take charge of the film, it's kind of expected. Most of the songs such as "Legal Assassin" and "Midnight Surgeon" are absolute masterpieces of rock, and combine great singers with stunning visuals. The plot goes something like this: in the not too distant future, an epidemic of organ failure has caused most of earth's population to die from... Internal Hemorrhaging I guess. The company Known as Gene Co. has been supplying organs to those who need them for astounding prices. They need to make monthly payments on their organs or else they are repossessed while you are still alive. Enter our main character Nathan. Nathan is a caring father whose daughter is suffering from a "fatal" disease. When he is not attending to his daughter's needs, he works for Gene Co. as the "Repo Man", the homicidal maniac who guts out people and steals their organs to be delivered back to Gene Co. The character of Nathan is so interesting to look at. One moment he is the loving parent who wants to set things right for his child, the next moment he is delivering a performance so terrifying that even Norman Bates would run away in fear. I love the movie in so many ways, but if i was held at gunpoint and forced to give one reason why I liked this film, my answer would be "Sarah Brightman". She stars in this movie as "Blind Mag", a soprano (who else) with electronic eyes. She sings beautifully, but I like her because she is so beautiful herself. She is the sexiest woman in the entire movie (no, not Paris Hilton), and yet she is in her late 40's!!! In closing, this is one gory film, but has some of the greatest music i have ever heard. It also has a political statement about the medical profession, which i found quite intriguing. Great film, loved it, go check it out NOW.