Reviews Tagged with 2000s - Page 4

The Eye 2 (Gin Gwai 2) (2004)

Evil always seeks its second chance.
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Pazuzu Iscariot

The Eye 2 (Gin Gwai 2) - Evil always seeks its second chance.

The Eye 2 is a sequel in name only. It is still directed by The Pang Brothers and still about someone afflicted with the uncanny ability to see the spirits of the dead, but that is where the similarities end. Eyes aren't really even the main focus so this feels a little like a seperate movie trying to cash in on the success of the first. The qualit... Click to read more "The Eye 2 (Gin Gwai 2)"

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)"

5150 Elm's Way (5150 Rue des Ormes) (2009)

More than "berk gets locked in room".
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Hellbound Heart

5150 Elm's Way AKA 5150 Rue des Ormes - More than "berk gets locked in room"

In the past ten years or so, horror has really tried to out-do itself in the brutality stakes to the point where we now accept that people often do get tied to chairs and royally fucked up by people brandishing kitchen implements. It's a thing. "Torture porn" is a thing. We might not like the term, but we know what's implied by it. Thing is, as fil... Click to read more "5150 Elm's Way (5150 Rue des Ormes)"

Frontier(s) (La frontera del miedo) (2007)

What are your boundaries?
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The Zombie Mike

Frontier(s) (La frontera del miedo) - What are your boundaries?

A group of young bank robbers flee the police and the riot filled streets of the Paris slums to hide out in an isolated hostel before making their escape to Holland. Let's just say they aren't in for a pleasant stay.Over the past few years, France has become the new home of extreme horror; this offering from Xavier Gens only helps to cement this. T... Click to read more "Frontier(s) (La frontera del miedo)"

Gingerdead Man 2: The Passion of the Crust (2008)

Freshly baked terror.
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Pazuzu Iscariot

Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust - Freshly Baked Terror

Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust takes our favorite, and hopefully only, killer cookie into an almost Lloyd Kaufman scenario mixed with Puppet Master and sprinkled with a smattering of Ghoulies. The movie is a mess and has ditched the restrained humor from the first movie and replaced it with unsubtle slapstick murderousness. The characters/v... Click to read more "Gingerdead Man 2: The Passion of the Crust"

Gozu (Gokudô kyôfu dai-gekijô: Gozu) (2003)

More craziness from Takashi Miike.
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Pazuzu Iscariot

Gozu (Gokudo kyofu dai-gekijo: Gozu) - More Craziness from Takashi Miike

Never known to conform (well maybe One Missed Call was conforming), the crazy brain of Takashi Miike delivers another 1.48333 hours of Yakuza profoundness with Gozu (Gokudo kyofu dai-gekijo: Gozu, which translates as Grand Theatre of Perversion and Fear: Cow's Head). The movie starts off as a peculiar gangster flick with a plethora of eccentric cha... Click to read more "Gozu (Gokudô kyôfu dai-gekijô: Gozu)"

Grotesque (Gurotesuku) (2009)

King of Japanese grotesque movie.
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Pazuzu Iscariot

Grotesque (Gurotesuku) - King of Japanese Grotesque Movie

With all the surrounding hype and it's UK banning by the BBFC, extreme horror fan's expectations have been set quite high for Kôji Shiraishi's Japanese exploitation flick Grotesque (Gurotesuku). It is a travesty that the movie was banned for trivial reasons such as being "an unrelenting and escalating scenario of humiliation, brutality and sadism" ... Click to read more "Grotesque (Gurotesuku)"

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