Meir Zarchi finally follows up his disturbing grindhouse classic decades later with the disastrously poor I Spit on Your Grave: Deja Vu that fails on multiple levels.
Horror Blu-Ray Reviews
Meir Zarchi's shocking I Spit on Your Grave has an undeniable power despite its reprehensible rape elements and graphic brutality against women.
A human jellyfish hybrid is a unique idea stuck in an arduous, plodding, impossibly dull movie, Sting of Death.
Jaws of Death hates everyone and everything, and while certainly different in the sharksploitation genre, it's a dull mess.
A dark, grisly thriller from Hong Kong's early exploitation scene, Untold Story combines brutal gore with a nasty sense of humor.
Even the great Joe Bob Briggs can't save the horror-comedy anthology Scare Package, made for Shudder.
Powerful and fresh cult thriller Welcome to the Circle takes indoctrination to the next level with gripping suspense and memorable characters.
While still a routine slasher in formula, reinventing Friday the 13th's Jason Vorhees as a plausible survivalist killer works.
Freddy vs Jason exploits exploitation, sending the '80s slasher genre out in a vicious and unrelenting finale.
Knowingly stupid, Jason X takes a few opportunities to embrace what it is, but then falls into a rut where it takes this scenario seriously.
Maybe if he stayed there Jason Goes to Hell might be worthwhile, but instead, it's a test to see how much junk a fandom can take.
False marketing subtitle aside, Jason Takes Manhattan at least offers a tease for the idea's potential and a satirical time capsule.