Tag Archives: Survival
This year has been a pretty great year for horror films and there are still two months to go. I’ve been lucky enough to have seen plenty of entertaining genre flicks in theaters, making the movie-watching experience that much more grandiose. One of my favorites to experience in this manner was, without a doubt, Alexandre Aja’s Crawl.
Braving a category 5 hurricane, Haley is searching for her father. Once finding him, she soon realizes that there is [...]
Bird Box Review
I tend to steer clear of the films that make the most noise, the films that everyone claims are “the best I’ve ever seen.” More often than not, I am sorely disappointed. Disappointed that the films most certainly do not live up to the hype, and, more strongly, disappointed in the gross exaggeration of the people making those types of declarations. Alas, I am only human, and I can only drown out the masses for so long. I had to [...]
According to some studies, five to seven percent of the world population suffers from claustrophobia, or the fear of tight, confided spaces. That number may not seem very high, but I’m sure you or someone you know suffers from this fear. I’d like to think I’d do okay in small spaces, if need be, but I also admit that I do not want to find out anytime soon. Imagine being trapped in tight quarters for an undetermined amount of time. [...]
No Escape Review
My last couple of reviews have been about some pretty great titles, a few very worthy of the ‘repulsive’ title. While Daddy’s Little Girl, Charlie’s Farm, and Last Shift may not exactly fit with this next one, horror fans and action fans alike still won’t want to miss out on what it has to offer. John Erick Dowdle’s No Escape is full of action and thrills, from the moment it begins, up until the very end credits.
You guys may be asking yourselves why a movie of this caliber is being reviewed on a website called ‘Repulsive Reviews.’ Well, it’s simple really. Alfonso Cuarón’s award winning “Gravity” is as much of a survival horror film as it is a stunning visual masterpiece.
Right from the start, we are treated with gorgeous scenery and what seems to be some lighthearted, every day, run-of-the-mill occurrences for a crew who happen to be doing work outside of the Earth’s atmosphere. [...]