Hellion reviews Rob Zombie’s Halloween. Her verdict – if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Go see the 1978 version with Jamie Lee Curtis instead.
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Based on the novel by Cormac McCarthy, No Country for Old Men is the story of how the inescapable nature of violence has become a staple of modern crime.
1408 captured my attention precisely because John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson were involved, and I’m happy to say I was not disappointed.
Sweeney Todd’s most famous telling is that of Stephen Sondheim’s Broadway musical that debuted in 1979. Now, Director Tim Burton has adapted the grotesque adult fairy tale for the big screen.
Based on the 1954 novel by Richard Matheson, I Am Legend is the story of Robert Neville (Will Smith), the last man living on Earth, with some zombie-vampires thrown in for action.
Hellion reviews Severance. It’s Office Space meets Deliverance, when a company retreat in Eastern Europe turns deadly for the sales division of a global weapons company, Palisade Defence, when they runs into a gang of mysterious, crazed killers.
Hellion reviews Hood of Horror, an urban anthology of three macabre tales in the inner city, as told by the Hound of Hell played by Snoop Dogg.
Hellion crucifies Wes Craven’s The Breed, a horror snoozefest that’s like Stephen King’s Cujo meets Man’s Best Friend, times ten, minus the charming personalities of Cujo and Max.
Hellion reviews Fox Atomic’s Turistas, a movie about a group of stranded tourists who get viciously attacked by a ruthless doctor in Brazil.
Hellion reviews Anchor Bay’s Dark Corners, an American horror film trying its hand in the Asian horror style, minus the iconic blue ghosts.
Hellion reviews Perfect Creature, an alternative universe action/horror fantasy where vampires and humans live side by side in 1960s New Zealand.
Hellion reviews Big Bad Wolf, a snappy cheesy little B horror movie with lots of sex and gore – and of course, a big bad werewolf.