Browsing the "horror" Tag

Review: Zombieland

October 7th, 2009 | by Erich Becker

Zombieland is exactly what you would expect from its title and marketing, it’s a movie, about a land full of

Review: The Strangers

June 2nd, 2008 | by Erich Becker

There comes a point in your movie watching career where you just can’t take it anymore, the inane characters, the

Review: Saw IV

October 30th, 2007 | by Erich Becker

How do you continue on a successful horror series when your antagonist is very, very much dead? Unlike your Friday

Review: The Hitcher

January 22nd, 2007 | by Erich Becker

Another week, another remake, and another review pointing out the obvious, Hollywood has run out of ideas and have now

Review: Black Christmas

January 2nd, 2007 | by Erich Becker

Black Christmas, a remake of a 1974 film of the same name, is everything you would expect from the modern

Review: Saw III

October 30th, 2006 | by Erich Becker

Most sequels or sequels of sequels tend to lose some of the spice that made the original movie worthy of

Review: Final Destination 3

February 13th, 2006 | by Erich Becker

Final Destination delivers everything you would expect from a horror movie sequel, but this series has a lot more to

Review: Saw II

October 31st, 2005 | by Erich Becker

Sequels in this day and age are lucky to have half the inspiration that made their predecessors worth a movie-goers

Review: The Ring Two

March 21st, 2005 | by Erich Becker

After having to endure White Noise earlier this year, I was definitely looking at The Ring Two to up the

Review: White Noise

January 10th, 2005 | by Erich Becker

White Noise, the latest copy-cat inspired by The Ring, is either really late coming on to the scene or really

Review: Saw

November 1st, 2004 | by Erich Becker

After seeing Saw, I certainly know where the producers got their banner name of Twisted Pictures. To put it lightly,

Review: Resident Evil: Apocalypse

September 13th, 2004 | by Erich Becker

The prerequisite requirement for any movie based on a video game is that it actually contains references to the source

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