Tag Archives: Sequels

Too Much Dangerous

The Dead 2 Review

For the longest time, I read about how great the film, The Dead, was. I finally caved, a couple of months back, and decided to give it a watch. I was deeply saddened by my experience because I was extremely bored and never got to any point in the film where I felt it reached its hype. In fact, I disliked it so much, that I just turned it off half way through. I decided to give the Ford [...]

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I’m Not Just Dangerous to Myself

Cabin Fever Patient Zero Review

Cabin Fever: Patient Zero

I try my best to not have the same movie reviewed multiple times on the site. With only a few duplicates out of over 240 reviews, I’d say I’m doing a pretty good job of that. Sometimes, however, it is certainly worth it, in my opinion, to get different views on a specific title. If you read Roger’s review of the film, you’d know he wasn’t a big fan of Kaare Andrews’ installment in what has now become a [...]

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Bet Your Life

Wolf Creek 2 Review

Wolf Creek 2

It is well documented, at this point, that I have the worst memory ever. I can’t remember a lot of stuff from films unless I try really hard to force it to stay in my memory bank. Because of this, I recall almost nothing from my viewing experience of Wolf Creek years ago. What I do remember is that I did not like it as much as I had expected. Greg McLean’s Wolf Creek 2, however, is one of [...]

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I Think Penny’s Sick

Cabin Fever: Patient Zero Review

Cabin Fever: Patient Zero

In my personal opinion, Eli Roth is one of the best directors this genre has to offer. I enjoyed his film Cabin Fever very much. The cast, directing, and gore were amazing and still hold up to this day. With that being said, his film has now spawned two sequels that lower the benchmark each time. The newest being Cabin Fever: Patient Zero, which was directed by Kaare Andrews.

I had very high hopes for this outing and should [...]

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Do Tell, Girl

Camp Blood First Slaughter Review

Camp Blood First Slaughter

You guys all know by now that I’m not the biggest fan of indie horror movies. I know not every filmmaker has the means to produce these great big blockbuster masterpieces, but for some reason I just can’t get past the cheap quality look of the films… most of the time. There are exceptions to the rule, you see. I’ve reviewed some pretty great indie flicks since kickstarting this site with Roger (see Villanelle or Don’t Go to the Reunion [...]

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…Soft, Like, Forever

Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones Team Review

No matter how much criticism they have received over the years, I’ve always enjoyed every one of Paranormal Activity films. Obviously some were better than others, but I still enjoyed them, nonetheless. Never getting a chance to see it in the theaters, I’ve finally watched Christopher Landon’s Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones.

We all know the story by now, so I won’t get too much into detail as far as the plot is concerned. I will say, however, that [...]

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Welcome to the Darkness, Santanico

From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangmans Daughter Guest Review

The Hangman’s Daughter is a direct-to-DVD horror film from 2000 that serves as a prequel to the 1996 hit, From Dusk Till Dawn, and the lackluster 1999 sequel, From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money. It stars Michael Parks and Rebecca Gayhart with cameo appearances from Kevin Smith and none other than Danny Trejo…again.

The story opens with an outlaw escaping the noose, with the help of an American female would-be outlaw, and kidnapping the hangman’s sexy [...]

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You’ve Gotta be Freaking Kiddin’ Me!

From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money Guest Review

Remember the first time you saw From Dusk Till Dawn? The first time you saw the “Titty Twister” dive bar? The unforgettable cameos from Salma Hayek and Cheech Marin? The direction from Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez? Well, forget all that when turning on the 1999, sequel From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money. Directed by Scott Spiegel and starring Robert Patrick, this movie falls incredibly short of the movie it’s following. It has cameos from Bruce [...]

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