All Cheerleaders Die will not change your life but its satirical edge and fun energy makes it a must-see for horror watchers.
Dr. Phibes Rises Again has its moments and some of the cooler motifs from the first film are used once again.
The direct lineage to films such as Saw are clearly evident.
Wolf Creek 2 is a menacing thrill ride that grabs you from the beginning and never lets go.
The ambitious Gothic horror melds a number of familiar tropes and themes into a fairly entertaining film.
Way of the Wicked might be the first movie where an obnoxious haircut threatens to ruin one's enjoyment.
There are some spine-tingling moments late, but most of the audience will have mentally checked out by then.
The Z-grade horror flick is straight from the era of VHS rentals.
The cookie-cutter story has all the imagination of a film intended for the Lifetime Network, making its violence and terror meaningless in the end.
Was anyone asking for a remake of Carrie, the 1976 film by Brian De Palma horror classic?
Jug Face is certainly an original take on backwoods horror.
Without its erotic elements the story is largely schlock, though it does hang together in a fairly lucid manner.