Reviews Tagged with 2000s - Page 6

Isle of the Damned (2008)

Savage cruelty was their culture... human flesh was their food!
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Pazuzu Iscariot

Isle of the Damned - Savage cruelty was their culture... human flesh was their food

Isle of the Damned is a highly comical spoof of the Italian cannibal movies popular in the late seventies and early eighties. Purposely over-the-top and deliberately made to look as if it were a poorly filmed low budget movie (complete with poor film quality and terrible dubbing reminiscent of many of the Italian horror flicks from the parodied era... Click to read more "Isle of the Damned"

Isola (Isola: Tajuu jinkaku shôjo) (2000)

Chihiro suffers from muliple personalities - and one of them is deadly.
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Isola (Isola: Tajuu jinkaku shôjo) - Chihiro suffers from muliple personalities - and one of them is deadly

Although filled with traditional Japanese horror supernaturalness, wild flights of fantasy and schoolgirl beatings, Isola (Isola: Tajuu jinkaku shôjo) is not a traditional J-Horror with long black haired sexy ghosts crawling along ceilings and jump scares via dead people's reflections. The majority of the movie creates an air of mystery through som... Click to read more "Isola (Isola: Tajuu jinkaku shôjo)"

Love Exposure (Ai no mukidashi) (2008)

The beginning of Hell.
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Hellbound Heart

Love Exposure - Shion Sono

As a general rule, when a director can move seamlessly from knob gags to profound emotion, then he or she is doing something right. You can expect all of this and much, much more from Shion Sono in 2008's Love Exposure; despite being quite an undertaking with around a four-hour running time, this is not a film which ever felt boring, nor did it ove... Click to read more "Love Exposure (Ai no mukidashi)"

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