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It Follows was a very strange and creepy little movie that delivered mounting dread. The soundtrack was great and has a likable lead actress, my problem is that it is nowhere near as terrifying as everyone says it is and no it's not the best horror movie in years, not by a long shot. The film just had no thrilling energy to it and I was bored by the story that lacked explanation and it had zero scares in it, just weird grotesque images of random, naked demon like stalkers, it's more nasty than terrifying. The most decent part in the whole movie will have to be the indoor pool scene, which kind of had me on the edge of my seat. Overall It Follows isn't worth following and to me it's one of the most overrated horror films I think I've ever seen on the big screen, what was I thinking when I signed a petition for this dull movie in disguise of a thrilling one. Man I'm bummed because I thought this was going to be the next big thing in the horror genre. 5 out of 10 wait for Redbox
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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 12:38 AM Aug 14

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 at 10:53 PM Aug 09

Oooh checking this out!

MonsterZeroNJ at 05:00 AM Aug 10

The Pact was good. This is good to know!

MattSlash updated his STATUS: 8 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: 8 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: 9 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: 9 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 12:41 PM Jul 06

Nice.. I might go see it

MattSlash at 11:20 PM Jul 06

I highly recommend it!

MattSlash updated his STATUS: 9 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: 10 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
MattSlash updated his STATUS: 10 months ago

X-Men: Days Of Future Past is a well made installment compared to most franchises. The heart and soul is still there and the characters are as intriguing and entertaining as they've always been, as well as fantastic new characters added to the mix. I won't say it's my favorite one in the series or even as solid as the last one, but even at their weakest moments X-Men is definitely more sharper with a lot more on its mind than most superhero series out there. The mythology of the story still never fails to grab me, make me care and thrill me and every time the actors give confident and solid performances, even though this time around some of the characters are neglected in the process. I rate the film a 7.5 out of 10
MattSlash updated his STATUS: 11 months ago

Godzilla was expertly filmed with some amazing, jaw dropping visuals. The performances were solid especially from Bryan Cranston and Elizabeth Olsen, who both didn't have enough screen time. The lead heroine played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson was disappointingly stale and not charismatic enough, especially for someone who has the most screen time. Godzilla never looked better than in this edition and has an incredible show stopper final battle that will make you giggle with excitement as if you were a kid again. Overall, Godzilla 2014 is a whole lot better than most modern creature feature blockbusters, but compared to the classics like Jaws, Jurassic Park and Alien the film could get easily lost in the mix and overlooked. Godzilla is solid entertainment but not the grand slam execution I desired. I rate it a 7.5 out of 10
MattSlash updated his STATUS: 11 months ago

Neighbors was pretty funny and likable, but not the laugh out loud riot I was expecting. Rose Byrne was great though. 6.5 out of 10
MattSlash posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 11 months ago

The Quiet Ones


Directed by: John Pogue
Written by: Craig Rosenberg
Cast: Jared Harris, Sam Claflin, Olivia Cooke
Studio: Lionsgate
Genre: Horror
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Plot: A university professor and a team of students conduct an experiment on a young woman, uncovering terrifyingly dark, unexpected forces in the process




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Horrorfan99 at 11:00 PM Apr 26

It looks like Poltergeist, but with the paint of a Hammer film. I'm interested in seeing it.

timmyd at 07:26 PM Apr 27

yeah , it wasn't bad , but it felt way too familiar to elicit much in the way of shocks and scares .

MattSlash updated his STATUS: 11 months ago

Off to see The Quiet Ones, but I'm not expecting much from it though. I'm mainly seeing the film because Bates Motel's Olivia Cooke is in it.
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