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Wolf Creek 2 might be more fast paced, have more bloody action and shocks, but as a whole it's the same predictable outcome with no rewards. The chase scenes alone almost make up for it, but the suspense and surprises are gone. The unrelenting dread is still there though, but Wolf Creek is basically just like the first one just bigger and more polished and the filming of the raw landscapes were great. I just wish the film had a better conclusion with a more satisfying payoff. I guess that means the door is wide open for a Wolf Creek 3, I consider myself losing interest. 6.5 out of 10
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MattSlash updated his STATUS: 7 months ago

What's the deal with the film Haunt? I've not heard one thing about it and not even a trailer, though IFC Midnight reportedly picked it up for distribution and that's it. The film still shows that it is being released wide next friday, I don't get it, I mean is the film going to be released next friday or bumped to next year?
MattSlash updated his STATUS: 7 months ago

Dark Touch was unsettling, atmospheric and harsh, but left me wanting more. I rate it a 6 out of 10
MattSlash updated his STATUS: 7 months ago

I've heard some decent word of mouth about the supernatural horror film Dark Touch. The film seems like Ireland's answer to Carrie, so I couldn't resist and I rented it on demand. I hope it's as good as it looks!
MattSlash posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 7 months ago

Curse of Chucky


Directed by: Don Mancini
Written by: Don Mancini
Cast: Brad Dourif
Studio: Universal
Genre: Horror
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Plot: After her mother's mysterious death, Nica begins to suspect that the talking, red-haired doll her visiting niece has been playing with may be the key to recent bloodshed and chaos.


Chucky is back with a vengeance and goes back to the darker, more suspenseful, menacing tone and pitch dark humor of the first two of this series. Curse Of Chucky is a step in the right direction and was refreshingly and expertly restrained, with a classic build up of characters, story and mystery and a sense of doom throughout. Chucky is for sure creepy again, but not as scary as when I first saw the original as a kid, so the effectiveness of the premise has worn off a bit. Compared to Child's Play 3, Bride Of Chucky and Seed Of Chucky, this wickedly entertaining and violent sequel proves that there is still life in this popular series after all and is the best edition to this franchise in 23 years. I can't fathom why this didn't get a wide release to theaters and the last three sequels did, this one is far more superior and clever and definitely one of the top horror films of the year when it comes to entertainment value...[more]...


Other reviews of this film: MrsData (8/10) , Psycho-Pirate-99 (8/10) > Display all
MattSlash updated his STATUS: 7 months ago

Going to watch Curse Of Chucky tonight! Hopefully it's as good and entertaining as people are saying, my fingers are crossed!
MattSlash updated his STATUS: 7 months ago

Pleased to hear that the new Carrie adaptation will be R rated. I was kind of worried that it would be PG-13, as it took some time to get that rating. The new t.v. spot preview of the film looks great, even though I'm still on the fence about the film. I really hope though that Kimberly Peirce will deliver an even better film than the 1976 version that became an iconic classic. I hope this version blows us away and be successful for everyone involved, my fingers are crossed!
MattSlash posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 7 months ago



Directed by: Henry Rubin
Written by: Andrew Stern
Cast: Jason Bateman, Paula Patton, Alexander Skarsgard, Max Thierot, Colin Ford, Michael Nyqvist, Frank Grillo, Hope Davis
Studio: LD Entertainment
Genre: Drama, Thriller
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Plot: A drama centered on a group of people searching for human connections in today's wired world.


Disconnect is a timely, intimate, tense and raw portrait of stories intertwining about the dangers and convenience of modern technology. The film shows how we as humans in the here and now connect with each other through modern tech such as computers, phones, television, and at the same time in this now fast paced world, we can easily be disconnected to what really matters the most, family and loved ones. With that powerful and relevant statement the film mostly gets the point across in an emotionally effective way, even though in the end the film wasn't as satisfying as it should have been. It's a mad, mad world we live in that unfortunately we don't have an off or reset button to, but in the end most of us are humane, you just have to slow down and look. Disconnect couldn't have more honest about this subject, making it one of the most penetrating dramas about our modern, materialistic and tech savvy world, which is our convenience and our downfall. The best film of its kind since 2005’s Crash...[more]...


Other reviews of this film: drzeek (5/10) , trapdoors (8/10) > Display all
Zo! at 01:51 PM Sep 23

Nice. I got as a blind buy and still waiting to be delivered. Sounds as good as the trailer looked.

MattSlash at 02:45 PM Sep 23

Yeah, it kind of was. Hope you like it.

MattSlash posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 7 months ago



Directed by: Dennis Iliadis
Written by: Bill Gullo
Cast: Rhys Wakefield, Ashley Hinshaw, Natalie Hall
Studio: IFC Films
Genre: Thriller
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Plot: Three college friends hit the biggest party of the year, where a mysterious phenomenon disrupts the night, quickly descending into a chaos that challenges their friendships -- and whether they can stay alive.




Other reviews of this film: TheHorrorfan (7/10) , MonsterZeroNJ (7/10) > Display all
MattSlash posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 7 months ago



Directed by: Antoine Fuqua
Written by: Aaron Guzikowski
Studio: Warner Bros.
Genre: Suspense thriller
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Plot: When Keller Dover's daughter and her friend go missing, he takes matters into his own hands as the police pursue multiple leads and the pressure mounts. But just how far will this desperate father go to protect his family?




Other reviews of this film: bkeasey (7/10) , oscarxp25 (9/10) > Display all
MattSlash posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 7 months ago

Insidious: Chapter 2


Directed by: James Wan
Written by: Leigh Whannell
Cast: Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Barbara Hershey, Lin Shaye
Studio: Film District
Genre: Horror
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Plot: The haunted Lambert family seeks to uncover the mysterious childhood secret that has left them dangerously connected to the spirit world.




Other reviews of this film: drzeek (4/10) , MonsterZeroNJ (7/10) > Display all
MattSlash updated his STATUS: 7 months ago

Insidious: Chapter 2 was a fun and spooky delight and is surprisingly an improvement over the original. No silly ending this time! I don't understand all of the bad reviews for this film, I for one enjoyed it more than The Conjuring. I walked away with a grin than disappointment. Bring on Chapter 3!
WalkAway at 03:47 PM Sep 14

Great to hear! I'm seeing it soon.

MonsterZeroNJ at 06:48 PM Sep 14

I really enjoyed it too and also don't understand the hard time it's being given.

MattSlash at 08:17 PM Sep 14

It's a better effort than most wide released horror films that come to the silver screen every year.

MattSlash posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 7 months ago



Directed by: David Twohy
Written by: David Twohy
Cast: Vin Diesel, Karl Urban, Katee Sackhoff, Jordi Moll, Bokeem Woodbine, Dave Bautista
Studio: Universal Pictures
Genre: Action, Science-Fiction, Thriller
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Plot: Left for dead on a sun-scorched planet, Riddick finds himself up against an alien race of predators. Activating an emergency beacon alerts two ships: one carrying a new breed of mercenary, the other captained by a man from Riddick's past.


Riddick is a slight step in the right direction compared to the bad taste the last sequel gave me. The film's first half begins with Riddick left for dead under fragments of boulders, only to wake up injured, but stronger than ever and all alone on a deadly and deserted planet. This is where the film shines the most, with a one man, badass showcase of the bonafide action star, Vin Diesel as Riddick. One of my all-time favorite Sci-Fi flicks Pitch Black made Vin Diesel a star and it was so exciting to see him back to playing his best character, even though this film wasn't nearly as effective and thrilling as the original. The one-man show in the beginning and the fight for survival in the mysterious and nightmarish lands with grotesque creatures was great popcorn entertainment. From that standpoint the film gave you hope that this film might succeed in surpassing the original, but it was short lived. Riddick soon realizes that this planet has a massive alien race that's hungry for blood, and will be another struggle to stay alive. Riddick has no choice but to activate an emergency beacon to alert ships before it becomes pitch black. When the new batch of slightly entertaining, but disposable characters land on the planet to capture Riddick is where the film goes downhill into pure mediocrity...[more]...


Other reviews of this film: drzeek (6/10) , Raiden (7/10) > Display all
MattSlash posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 8 months ago

The Lords of Salem


Directed by: Rob Zombie
Written by: Rob Zombie
Cast: Sheri Zombie, Clint Howard, Maria Alonso, Udo Kier, Lisa Marie, Sid Haig, Dee Wallace, Bruce Davison, Michael Berryman, Billy Drago
Studio: Anchor Bay Films
Genre: Horror, Thriller
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Plot: Heidi, a radio DJ, is sent a box containing a record -- a "gift from the Lords." The sounds within the grooves trigger flashbacks of her town's violent past. Is Heidi going mad, or are the Lords back to take revenge on Salem, Massachusetts?


The Lords of Salem is an atmospheric, unpleasant, hypnotic and nightmarish film on the outside, but if you dig beneath the surface there is nothing to really grasp on to give a damn about. The film was creepy and unsettling in parts but there is nothing remotely effective or scary about the proceedings...[more]...


Other reviews of this film: MonsterZeroNJ (7/10) , draven_ftw (8/10) > Display all
MattSlash posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 8 months ago

We're the Millers


Directed by: Rawson Thurber
Written by: Bob Fisher
Cast: Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Ed Helms, Emma Roberts
Studio: New Line Cinema
Genre: Comedy
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Plot: A veteran pot dealer creates a fake family as part of his plan to move a huge shipment of weed into the U.S. from Mexico.


We're The Millers was a laugh out loud, comedy surprise of the summer next to The Heat. The plot may not be completely original but man was it consistently hysterical, that numerous of times it had me almost falling over from my chair with laughter. Then on the downside there were some jokes that didn't work at all and were eye rollers, with predictability from beginning to an all too lovey dovey of a ending. With that being said I had a much better time with We're The Millers than I thought I was going to and the film is hands down one of the funniest comedies of 2013 that I've seen...[more]...


Other reviews of this film: drzeek (5/10) , jeo4 (8/10) > Display all
MattSlash posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 8 months ago



Directed by: Joachim Ronning
Written by: Petter Skavian
Cast: Pal Sverre Valheim Hagen, Anders Baasmo Christiansen
Studio: Weinstein Company
Genre: Adventure, Foreign Film
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Plot: The story of legendary explorer Thor Heyerdal's epic 4,300 miles crossing of the Pacific on a balsa wood raft in 1947, in an effort prove it was possible for South Americans to settle in Polynesia in pre-Columbian times.


Kon-Tiki is a well-crafted true story of one of the world's greatest explorers Thor Heyerdal, and the daring expedition he embarked with five brave men. With help they handcrafted a balsa wood raft and together set sail thousands of miles across the pacific in an attempt to prove a theory. The film was beautifully filmed from beginning to end with reminiscent of the film Life Of Pi. The journey they went through was an intense and harrowing one, with shark attacks, powerful storms and battling their demons and fears. I was on the edge of my seat with suspense at some points and inspired by their courage and determination the next, Kon-Tiki is a film that is hard not to admire and even though the writing and direction of the story took an old-fashioned route, Kon-Tiki is one of the better and fascinating films I've seen this year. An intriguing slice of history I didn't know much about until now and hopefully not the last historical gem to come out of the woodwork...[more]...


Other reviews of this film: Hal2001 (6/10) , drzeek (6/10) > Display all
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