Cabin Fever director Eli Roth skips the humor of his freshman feature and goes straight for the jugu... read morelar in this unrelenting scare-fest about a pair of libidinous American backpackers seeking cheap thrills in the European countryside. Their carefree college days close behind and the responsibility of the real world looming ever closer on the horizon, Josh (Derek Richardson) and Paxton (Jay Hernandez) strap on their backpacks and prepare for a stratospheric last hurrah of booze, babes, drugs, and debauchery halfway across the globe. It's during a visit to Amsterdam that the pair meets up with raucous Icelandic backpacker Oli (Eythor Gudjonsson), and after the three globe-trotting thrill seekers catch wind of a Slovakian city whose male population has dwindled as a result of civil strife -- leaving the ladies ready and willing to accept any male companionship that might turn up at the local hostel -- the trio quickly beats a hasty retreat to the out-of-the-way oasis. Upon check-in, the trio is greeted by a bevy of beautiful locals and is quickly convinced that the hedonistic hideaway is indeed the real deal. Hazily awakening the following morning to find no trace of backpacking buddy Oli, Paxton chalks his former traveling companion's disappearance up to capriciousness and prepares for another day of debauchery, despite Josh's rapidly elevating sense of unease. Now trapped defenselessly in a foreign land without any means of escape and no way of anticipating the unimaginable hell that lies ahead, the pair is plunged into a torturous netherworld where the screams of the damned fill the air with dread and the warm rays of the sun are little more than a fading memory. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
. Saw was way better because there was at least a purpose to it, this movie was just about gore for the sake of gore & nothing else... Actually I take that back, it's about boobs & gore & not
Reviewed 10 months days ago
what a load of crap, they said it was full of gore.... WHERE
Reviewed 2 months days ago
oking forward to this for ages, and it was fun but I was disappointed that it relied so much on the gore for its shocks. We want characters and storylines people!!!!
Mark Boone Jr.
Hard Candy director David Slade took the helm for this adaptation of Steve Niles' terrifying comic-b... read moreook series of the same name. In Barrow, AK, one night can last an eternity. One month every year, this town is plunged into darkness for 30 days due to its location far north of the Arctic Circle. While extended periods of darkness are something that the locals have become accustomed to, this year something sinister is about to emerge from the long and unforgiving night. As a maniacal horde of vampires assumes control of the city streets and begins to feast freely upon the terrified citizens, the local sheriff (Josh Hartnett), his wife (Melissa George), and a small but resilient band of survivors will be forced to choose between saving themselves or helping the few remaining members of their community survive the blood-soaked siege. Original comic creator Niles collaborated with screenwriters Stuart Beattie and Brian Nelson to pen the film, which was produced under Sam Raimi's Ghost House Pictures banner. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
. While certainly not an award winning caliber film, 30 Days of Night offers up plenty of blood and gore on top of a great story to satiate the appetites of horror and vampire movie fans.
Reviewed 2 months days ago
. I didn't mind the acting. If you love gore, you'll love this movie!
Reviewed 9 months days ago
...where to begin. It sucked ass. Like really bad. I did laugh at the gore, though. Gore usually is pretty funny.
Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) is back, and this time he's concocted his deadliest set of traps yet in this gor... read moree-soaked sequel written by James Wan and Leigh Whannell, and directed by Saw II's Darren Lynn Bousman. Picking up directly where its predecessor left off, Saw III finds Jigsaw near death and fighting to stay alive for one final game. Determined to show his protégé, Amanda (Shawnee Smith), what it truly means to carry out his deadly game, the ailing Jigsaw instructs his apprentice to kidnap unsuspecting doctor Lynn Denlon (Bahar Soomekh) in order to ensure that he survives long enough to see how his latest victim Jeff (Angus MacFadyen) fares when faced with the prospect of imminent death. As Lynn and Jeff both struggle to beat the clock and carry out their tasks before Jigsaw draws his final breath, a much larger plan begins to emerge that shows just how cunning the legendary killer can truly be. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
. Although I've seen it a few times & know the ending I still find it really gripping. Some great gore scenes.
Reviewed 10 months days ago
. Thought the story lacked and it went over board with the gore. They really should have stopped with this one.
Reviewed 33 days days ago
. This movie thankfully lets the gore hard one go away and deals more with the twists,turns, and imagination that made the 1st a real
A naďve group of National Guard trainees embark on a routine training mission in the New Mexico dese... read morert, only to find themselves face to face with a murderous band of cannibalistic mutants in prolific music video director Martin Weisz's sequel to the successful 2006 remake. An isolated desert research camp has been mysteriously abandoned, and now it's up to an elite unit of soldiers to uncover the truth about the scientists who vanished without a trace. Their attention soon diverted by a distress signal emitting from a distant mountain range, the squadron quickly regroups and sets out to investigate. Unbeknownst to the soldiers, however, is the fact that these are the very same hills where the Carter family recently fell prey to a flesh-eating pack of hideously deformed mutants. As the ranks of the cavalry unit steadily begin to dwindle, it soon becomes obvious that their guns provide little defense from an evil driven by hunger to commit the ultimate crime against humanity. Original Hills Have Eyes and Hills Have Eyes, Part 2 writer/director Wes Craven teams with son Jonathan to script this grim and unforgiving tale of man versus mutant. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
A turd that does nothing to pull viewers in but heap gore on top of one-dimensional characters playing out a nonexistent plot.
Reviewed 2 months days ago
lots of blood and gore, but lacks the suspense the 1st movie had
Reviewed 8 months days ago
Modern day gore thinly disguised as an homage to classic gore cinema! Basically a flop!
A genetic engineering experiment gone horribly awry turns a large flock of docile sheep into unrelen... read moreting killing machines in this rural horror comedy directed by Jonathan King and featuring special effects designed by Weta Workshop. When the death of his father and a stress-induced fear of sheep pushes him toward the edge of a nervous breakdown, skilled farmer Henry Oldfield leaves the family farm behind in a desperate bid to achieve inner peace. Upon returning to the farm following a 15-year absence, Henry discovers that his brother Angus has been performing genetic experiments on the sheep. Unfortunately for both the brothers and the rest of the humble farmers who make their living off of the land, these experiments have produced a strain of sheep that crave human flesh and will stop at nothing to satisfy their diabolical hunger. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
blood , gore, guts, complemented by sheep devouring mangled bodies biting limbs off and ripping organs out.
Reviewed 3 years days ago
e cliff was just priceless), but I didn't get any thrills from most of the attempts at humor or the gore. Black Sheep was a good idea, but that's about the best thing that I can say about it.
Reviewed 4 years days ago
This was a great and unqiue film it was a gore and comedy with very good special effects. Instead of werewolves we have weresheep! I think Ne