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Unfriended was a relevant, surprisingly authentic, unnerving and spooky little piece of cyber horror. It's very similar to the superior film The Den, but the underlying message of the horrors and tragedies of cyber bullying is felt here, even though it isn't as hard hitting as it should be given the supernatural twist, but the film definitely has something to say. The performances were surprisingly decent and raw, making eerie and disturbing events that start to unfold crawl under your skin and stay there. Overall Unfriended ended on a slightly disappointing note and is over-hyped but it was definitely a timely and solid addition to the horror genre, even though it should of and could of done something more with its unsettling premise. No jump scares here, just a disturbing reality with a supernatural twist. 7 out of 10
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MattSlash updated his STATUS: 8 months ago

If I Stay is a bland adaptation/delivery of a solid book. Chloë Grace Moretz has been disappointing me lately with her deer in the headlights performances, where is the bite and emotion. The movie needed that and she was holding back and wandering aimlessly, where is Hit Girl when you need her. 5 out of 10
WalkAway
WalkAway at 11:41 AM Sep 03

I've never been impressed with her acting tbh

MattSlash
MattSlash at 12:56 PM Sep 04

Yeah next time I'll be thinking twice about going to the theater to watch one of her films if she is the main star.

Laksmikanti
Laksmikanti at 02:28 AM Sep 15

I have been tempted to watch this movie, saw the trailer then, but actually the little I saw of her performance didn't make me to watch it.

MattSlash created a LIST: 8 months ago

Adaptations, Remakes and Sequels I'd love to see happen soon. (in no particular order) The list of possibilities goes on but these were on my mind as of now.

1. The Devil in the White City ( adaptation of the book)
2. Meg(based on a set of novels around the fictitious survival of the megalodon, a giant prehistoric shark).
3. The Great Chicago Fire
4. 2LDK ( remake the film)
5. Cloverfield 2
6. Lifeboat ( remake the film)
7. The Birds ( remake the film)
8. Dog Soldiers 2
9. Deep Rising 2
10. Phantoms 2
11. Clock Tower ( adaptation of the video game)
12. The Blob 2 or another remake of it
13. Forever ( adaptation of the book)
14. Battle Royale ( remake the film)
15. Fatal Frame ( adaptation of the video game)
16. F.E.A.R. ( adaptation of the video game)
17. Dead Space ( adaptation of the video game)
18. Motel Hell ( remake the film)
19. The Bad Seed ( remake the film)
20. The Winchester Mystery House ( make a movie out of it)
21. an actual good Bloody Mary movie
22. The Watcher in the Woods ( remake the film)
23. Curtains ( remake this film)
24. The Slumber Party Massacre ( remake this film)
25. Intruder ( remake this film)
26. Stage Fright ( remake this film)
27. Evil Dead Trap ( remake this film)
28. Say Yes ( remake this film)
29. Scared ( remake this film)
30. At the Mountains of Madness
31. After Midnight ( adaptation of the book by Richard Laymon)
32. The Thief Of Always ( adaptation of the book)
33. The Funhouse ( remake this film)
MattSlash
MattSlash at 12:01 PM Aug 30

They certainly do, my fingers are crossed.

Slick Nick
Slick Nick at 01:28 PM Aug 30

yes on #16 and #24

YoshioKun13
YoshioKun13 at 10:53 PM Aug 31

YES no. 11, I've wanted to see that for a long time now.

I've been playing through a good amount of FATAL FRAME too, you might be interested to know that Japan has made a movie that's coming out in the near future.

While I'm at it, dear God re-do both the RESIDENT EVIL and SILENT HILL movies with something the least bit decent this time...

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MattSlash updated his STATUS: 8 months ago

As Above, So Below was a riveting and chilling found footage film. The lead characters were likable and worth rooting for even if they were underdeveloped, I liked the female lead who was like a female Indiana Jones meets The Descent's Sarah. The use of the catacombs of Paris for the setting has never been more effective until now, even though it could have do far more with the setting and premise. The film is fast paced, thrilling and sometimes terrifying descent into the unknown and I didn't want it to end, the finale itself was a tad disappointing and didn't leave a bone chilling impact I was hoping for, but the journey there sure was edge of your seat material. I wouldn't mind another one or two. Recommended for fans of movies like The Descent or The Ruins, and definitely not as bad as the negative reviews it's getting. 7.5 out of 10
WalkAway
WalkAway at 01:29 PM Aug 29

Super excited for this one

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WalkAway
WalkAway at 08:20 PM Aug 17

love the shirt!

MattSlash
MattSlash at 11:49 AM Aug 29

Thanks!

MattSlash updated his STATUS: 8 months ago

I just finished watching Wer and while it had its moments, I just felt underwhelmed by the whole experience. Even at that though, it's still by far the most decent werewolf film I've seen in several years and A.J. Cook is solid as always. This film is far from great, but a pretty entertaining time waster, could have used more terror and suspense though. 6 out of 10
WalkAway
WalkAway at 08:20 PM Aug 17

I didn't realize it was out yet, where did you watch it?

MattSlash
MattSlash at 11:47 AM Aug 29

Amazon On Demand

MattSlash updated his STATUS: 8 months ago

Let's Be Cops is a poorly written comedy that wastes the comedic talents of its two great leads. First time in a while that I wanted to walk out and get my money back, but I had hope that it would get better, disappointingly it didn't. The likability, chemistry and natural comedic timing between its two leads made it almost bearable and kept me from walking out, but they deserve a funnier and more clever movie than this. One of the worst so far this year, 4 out of 10!
Slick Nick
Slick Nick at 04:38 PM Aug 13

I will definitely be careful ....and watch out.

MattSlash updated his STATUS: 8 months ago

Into the Storm is so bad that it had me laughing throughout. The film was fast paced though and had stellar tornado effects and destruction. The plot is very idiotic and lacking logic, yet took itself seriously. The last part in the storm drain is the best part of the movie and is the only part worth seeing. Rent Twister instead, a classic compared to this one. 5 out of 10
MattSlash updated his STATUS: 8 months ago

At The Devil's Door is by far the scariest horror film I've seen this year and another slam dunk for director Nicholas McCarthy, who directed the equally chilling The Pact. The ending though could have been much better than what we got, still a solid horror film with classic restraint, just the way I like it. 8.5 out of 10
WalkAway
WalkAway at 02:53 PM Aug 09

Oooh checking this out!

MonsterZeroNJ
MonsterZeroNJ at 09:00 PM Aug 09

The Pact was good. This is good to know!

MattSlash updated his STATUS: 9 months ago

Guardians of the Galaxy is by far the most refreshingly clever, funny and entertaining Marvel movie to date! Definitely one of my favorite comic book adaptations since Hellboy when it comes to all around wondrous imagination and clever writing. I loved the characters and they are probably the most likable comic book heroes to date, with the most charm. Loved it and can't wait for the next one!!!!! 8 out of 10
MattSlash updated his STATUS: 9 months ago

The Purge: Anarchy is a step above the original. I liked the characters more and the fact that the film didn't take place in one setting. The action was more intense and the story was semi expanded upon. I enjoyed it even more so than the original, even though it's still short from delivering it's full potential with its premise. I do feel though if this becomes a series it's only going to get better and better, if it keeps it up. My fingers are crossed! 7 out of 10
MattSlash updated his STATUS: 9 months ago

Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes was solid entertainment with surprising emotional depth. The effects were effectively real and almost groundbreaking, Andy Serkis is again fantastic and brilliant as Caesar. Overall not quite but very close to being the best film of the summer that actually has brains and heart with thrills to spare. Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes sure seems like a solid tease of even greater things to come for this series with potential. 7.9 out of 10
MattSlash updated his STATUS: 10 months ago

Deliver Us From Evil was a solidly made horror/thriller. It's not the scariest film of the year as I was hoping for, but the strong performances, chilling true story that kept my attention and never was dull made up for the lack of true scares and originality that will be remembered in the test of time. Definitely more satisfying than Sinister, but with the talent involved the film should of been greater than this. 7 out of 10
MattSlash updated his STATUS: 10 months ago

Snowpiercer was fantastic! The performances were solid, the story riveting and terrifying, atmospheric galore even though it's mostly set in a train, but the crew made it work brilliantly. This is the epic summer film I've been waiting for, thank you Joon-ho Bong!!! The best film so far this year! 9 out of 10
Slick Nick
Slick Nick at 04:41 AM Jul 06

Nice.. I might go see it

MattSlash
MattSlash at 03:20 PM Jul 06

I highly recommend it!

MattSlash updated his STATUS: 10 months ago

Can't wait to see Snowpiercer tomorrow! Hopefully it will make up for the lack of truly memorable films so for this year, most of them that I saw just didn't do it for me.
MattSlash updated his STATUS: 11 months ago

Angelina Jolie made Maleficent worthwhile, her magnetic presence onscreen made me forget all of the flaws the movie has. Angelina was perfect as Maleficent, too bad the movie surrounding her wasn't as spellbinding. 6 out of 10
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