Reviews Tagged with 2000s - Page 12

28 Days Later (2002)

His fear began when he woke up alone. His terror began when he realised he wasn't.
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Pazuzu Iscariot

29 Days Later - His fear began when he woke up alone. His terror began when he realised he wasn't.

In 2002 British director Danny Boyle proved that the concept of a zombie movie can be updated and used to scare a whole new generation of horror fans. The notion of a fast moving zombie rather than the slow shambling undead that we have come to expect is not a new idea and was first noticeably used in Dan O'Bannon's The Return of the Living Dead in... Click to read more "28 Days Later"

Vampire Girl vs Frankenstein Girl (Kyûketsu Shôjo tai Shôjo Furanken) (2009)

More live action Manga madness.
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Vampire Girl vs Frankenstein Girl - More Live Action Manga Madness

If you are looking for a goregasm in a poly-box and are able to cope with the politically incorrect, bizarre and slapstick-verging Manga humour from a movie directed by Yoshihiro Nishimura (use Tokyo Gore Police as a reference) then Vampire Girl vs Frankenstein Girl (Kyûketsu Shôjo tai Shôjo Furanken) is just the Japanese love story to get you frot... Click to read more "Vampire Girl vs Frankenstein Girl (Kyûketsu Shôjo tai Shôjo Furanken)"

The Victim (Phii khon pen) (2006)

Intense Thai horror from Monthon Arayangkoon.
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The Victim - Intense Thai Horror from Monthon Arayangkoon

The Victim (Phii khon pen) is an incredibly well crafted (and also incredibly confusing) Asian horror movie from Thai director Monthon Arayangkoon. The confusion element is a major part of the brilliance of the movie, if you are a big fan of Asian horror movies I would recommend that you watch the movie before reading this review... and then probab... Click to read more "The Victim (Phii khon pen)"

Visitor Q (Bijitâ Q) (2001)

The only thing stranger than this family is... Visitor Q.
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Visitor Q - The only thing stranger than this family is... Visitor Q.

If you have seen any Takashi Miike movies then you expect to be shocked. With Visitor Q the controversial Japanese director does not disappoint, not really a horror (although there are some gory moments) this movie is definitely extreme. Takashi Miike really pushes the boundaries of decency with this movie but manages to make a really prominent (if... Click to read more "Visitor Q (Bijitâ Q)"

Widow (2009)

Is she losing her mind or is the truth even more terrifying than she could ever imagine?
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Widow

When watching and reviewing indie genre films, I've often found myself inclined to be pretty charitable. I know how hard it is to get films written and made, and to an extent, I take this into consideration. But that tolerance can only be taken so far - as a film fan, I want to get something out of the films I watch irrespective of their budgets or... Click to read more "Widow"

X-Cross (Ekusu kurosu: makyô densetsu) (2007)

Prepare for the scissoring of a lifetime.
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X-Cross - Scissor me Timbers

Kenta Fukasaku's X-Cross, also known as XX (ekusu kurosu): makyô densetsu, has real difficulty deciding whether it is a traditional Japanese folklore based horror or a crazy tongue-in-cheek Japanese gore flick... and manages to combine the two genres superbly with a compelling story expertly implemented to boot. The movie is split into four chapter... Click to read more "X-Cross (Ekusu kurosu: makyô densetsu)"

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