Reviews Tagged with 2005

Coons! Night of the Bandits of the Night (2005)

They come for your food...they stay for your FLESH!
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Coons! Night of the Bandits of the Night - They come for your food...they stay for your FLESH!

You have to give credit where credit's due, so fair play to Troma Entertainment: they have been trolling the mainstream Hollywood model for an impressive 35 years now. Whatever industry values, or suggested budgets, or base-line values of any kind mainstream cinema has tried to instill, Troma have been right there – quick to show that not only do ... Click to read more "Coons! Night of the Bandits of the Night"

The Devil's Rejects (2005)

Hell doesn't want them. Hell doesn't need them. Hell doesn't love them. This world rejects them.
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Pazuzu Iscariot

The Devil's Rejects - Go to Hell

The Devil's Rejects is Rob Zombie's follow up to House of 1000 Corpses and was nearly called House of 2000 Corpses. Once again this horror master has created a masterpiece which, although a sequel to Corpses, is a very different movie. The bad guys from the first movie are back, Baby Firefly (Sheri Moon Zombie), Otis B. Driftwood (Bill Moseley) and... Click to read more "The Devil's Rejects"

The Eye 10 (Gin Gwai 10) (2005)

When seeing is never believing.
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The Eye 10 (Gin Gwai 10) - When seeing is never believing.

Some so called film critics may regret having been so harsh on The Eye 2 after having seen The Eye 10 (Gin gwai 10). This movie is actually the third film in the "The Eye" series and is known as The Eye 3 in some parts of the world as well as The Eye: Infinity in other parts. It isn't officially known as The Third Eye in any parts of the world whic... Click to read more "The Eye 10 (Gin Gwai 10)"

The Maid (Kimyo na sakasu) (2005)

Supernatural horror from Singapore.
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The Maid - Supernatural Horror from Singapore

Kelvin Tong's The Maid (Kimyo na sakasu) is a fairly typical J-Horror (despite being Singaporean) for the best part, but takes on a fairly disturbing twist as the story closes. Relying on an eerie atmosphere and Singaporean superstitions rather than an abundance of guts, The Maid manages to create a more disturbing and dark feel than is usual withi... Click to read more "The Maid (Kimyo na sakasu)"

Noriko's Dinner Table (Noriko no shokutaku) (2005)

The family that eats together stays together.
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Noriko's Dinner Table (Noriko no shokutaku) - The family that eats together stays together.

My first impression of Sion Sono's work came via the insanely creative Suicide Club, a film which revolved around the presence of an online cult which compelled its members to off themselves; Noriko's Dinner Table (Noriko no shokutaku), made four years later, fits around the time and events of the earlier film, most notably the mass suicide at Shin... Click to read more "Noriko's Dinner Table (Noriko no shokutaku)"

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