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Friday the 13th 1980,  R)
Friday the 13th
Great beginning for a great series.
I didn't see a few of them, but sooo want.
Same for the remake, next year.
Friday the 13th Part 2 1981,  R)
Friday the 13th Part 2
Good sequel
Friday the 13th Part 3 1982,  R)
Friday the 13th Part 3
Good sequel
Friday the 13th - The Final Chapter 1984,  R)
Friday the 13th, Part V - A New Beginning 1985,  R)
Friday the 13th, Part V - A New Beginning
Not bad!

But really not 1 of the best Friday the 13th movies.
We don't understand, really know, if it's Jason Voorhees who kills or not.
The characters are annoying, so, we don't wanna them to survive.
Friday the 13th, Part VI - Jason Lives 1986,  R)
Friday the 13th, Part VI - Jason Lives
I still didn't see all of the Friday the 13th (although I am Jason Voorhees; but we don't watch what we live; do we? ;) ), but almost all, and this one was the worst; uncounting Freddy vs Jason who disappointed me a lot; contrary to the excellent Aliens vs Predator. But AvP 2 is really less good.

It's a pretty good film anyways, cause of the immortal serial killer we love, and so many ingredients of the series, but they anyways fall a bit asleep on their laurels writing this script.

I've been disappointed by the fact they changed Crystal Lake to Forest Green, but it's clearly understandable as it's to try to clean the name of the city of its awful story, reputation.
And they anyways very often call it Crystal lake all along the movie.

But we get what we want, a lot of deaths (18 on this one in only 90 minutes, wow) by so many different ways, so, a lot of suspense, and shot in beautiful places in forests, so, it's clearly not a movie to miss; at least if, like me, you like to see an entire series, although not all movies can be great.
Otherways, if you aren't a great fan of Jason, there are dozens of better horror movies than this one.
Friday the 13th Part VII - The New Blood 1988,  R)
Friday the 13th Part VIII - Jason Takes Manhattan 1989,  R)
Jason Goes to Hell - The Final Friday 1993,  R)
Jason X 2002,  R)
Jason X
Great idea to try sci-fi with that series.
Great result!
Friday the 13th 2009,  R)
Friday the 13th
Really impatient!
Hope it'll be as well as the Halloween or The Hills H.E. remakes.

Very good a bit scary movie.

Finally not as well as Halloween & THHE remakes. But this isn't at all a remake, but just 1 more good sequel. The story have nothing to see with the 1st, between else when the killer isn't the same person.

Some very childish dialogues, jokes, considering the ages of the cast; so, not really funny sometimes, but more heavy.

1 very good point was so many beautiful breasts. I really didn't think to see those, so, it was a very good surprise. Lol
Sad anyways not to let some of these sex bombs alive, for I could date them.

Otherways, a lot of good ideas of deaths, pretty girls, some cool dudes (Aaron Yoo rules), some cool quotes (although what I said above), and some very nice places in the forrest for example, make it be a great horror.
Saw 2004,  R)
A revolution in horror history!
Greaaat ideas of traps.
Saw II 2005,  R)
Saw II
Like all the Saw, soooo good; maybe except the 4th, a bit under
Saw III 2006,  R)
Same than the 2 firsts
Saw IV 2007,  R)
Saw IV
Under the 1st trilogy, but anyway, we still all want to see the V, VI, VII (already planned)... Til what? Saw XXX, in 2033?
Saw V 2008,  R)
Saw V
The IVth Saw was a bit disappointing. With this one, we're back to the very good series.
I loved when the couple realize they could've survived the 5.
Saw VI 2009,  R)
Hostel 2006,  R)
In the family of Saw, in want the lil bro.
A bit under, but sooo good anyway.
Hostel: Part II 2007,  R)
Hostel: Part II
Maybe a bit under the 1st
Anyway, impatient for the 3d
The Hills Have Eyes 1977,  R)
The Hills Have Eyes, Part 2 1985,  R)
The Hills Have Eyes 2006,  R)
The Hills Have Eyes
The shock!
A masterpiece of the genre.
In the family of Texas chainsaw in a way.
The Hills Have Eyes 2 2007,  R)
The Hills Have Eyes 2

I waited with a great impatience to see it, cause I really loved the 1st one.
So, in the same time, I was afraid to be disappointed, even if I knew it couldn't be totally the case.
So, bought it a few weeks ago, and finally watched it this early morning, and... waw.
So shoking and gore by moment, just what I expected, just like the 1st movie; apart that there's more death, and that's only for our pleasure.
Could've been longer, cause nowadays, 85 minutes is really short for a movie.
I hope they'll find a great idea of script for a way longer sequel, but I bet a sequel will not be longer, and as this 1 is a bit worse than the 1st 1, I'm afraid again for the next 1.

As often in that kind of movies (more specially for the sequels of horror), the cast is totally unknown (or almost), and there are some totally stupid and unlogic things, like the fact they so often break the group. Apart for the story to be more freaking, it has any logic explanation.
For example, when 4 of them are already dead, why the hell a guy leave the 4 others to go alone???
Yeah, he's afraid of going into the mines, and that's understandable, but there isn't anyways for a man go by himself in those conditions.
Otherways, it's totally mindless that they leave so easily their weapons behind them. For example, why the fuck do they leave the room of the mine where they killed Papa Hades, leting their M16 with the baïonette, and also the spear he used, and the axe, the mass... behind them, when they still are into the dark mines, they are hurted, desperate, afraid and they don't know how many monsters are still there???
Do someone have a good explanation about it?

Finally, the dialogues supposed to be funny aren't several times.
Very pee-poo humor, so many times heard and not anymore funny... or it could be if it was better written.

The monsters are so ugly, and disgusting that only this is a bit scary.

Anyways, it stays a good horror that I'll watch again and again with pleasure.
28 Days Later 2003,  R)
28 Weeks Later... 2007,  R)
28 Weeks Later...
Night of the Living Dead 1968,  R)
Night of the Living Dead
Finally seen a few months ago.
Dawn of the Dead 1979,  R)
Dawn of the Dead
The best of the original trilogy for me
Day of the Dead 1985,  R)
Day of the Dead
Worst of all Romero's zombies flicks
Dawn of the Dead 2004,  R)
Dawn of the Dead
Just, great!
Ving Rhames, excellent,as usual.
This version is really, but really different of the original 1. It's not really a remake of the George Romero's Dawn of the Dead.
The common points r mainly:
- Some people who didn't know each other before the zombie's pb meet in this desperate situation, and find together a refuge.
- The mall
- The survivors finally escape from the mall.
- The black cop as hero.

Almost everything else is different between these movies.

I own and love both movies, but prefer a bit this 1, even if there r also things making me prefer the old 1.
Day of the Dead 2 - Contagium 2005,  R)
Land of the Dead 2005,  R)
Land of the Dead
Not far of a masterpiece also.
Sadly, cast pbs!
Asia Argento save it.
Diary of the Dead 2007,  R)
Diary of the Dead

Really under Land and Dawn (both versions) of the Dead, for me.
But anyways a bit better than Night of the Living Dead and Day of the Dead.

A good thing is that I like movies made with a FPS mode of shooting, and that's cool that they start to be common.
Cloverfield, Doom (for the long amazing sequence shot like the games of the series), The Blair Witch Project, who's often named as a pioneer, a precursor of this style.
But there have been some others before; I thought to 1-2 another day, but I forgot them now.
Too bad...!

Contrary to Land of the Dead, - but as for the previous ones -, a entire cast of unknown actors and actresses.
Anyways, that doesn't impede some movies to be great, as all stars were totally unknown people when they began, logically. Almost all in fact, cause not all the childs of stars.
But in this case, if they aren't bad actors, they aren't excellent neither I think.
There are anyways some stars, as I discovered watching the bonuses.
Wes Craven, Stephen King, Quentin Tarantino, Guillermo Del Toro and Simon Pegg, who all voiced newsreaders.
A nice idea!

Otherways, the script isn't bad at all, just not as well as the ones I said above.
But there are anyways some very good scenes.
Interesting also to see some events on the security cams.

To conclude, I'm anyways, as usula with Romero, very excited, impatient to see Survival of the Dead, his 6th zombies' film in the series.
Survival of the Dead 2010,  R)
Shaun of the Dead 2004,  R)
Shaun of the Dead
Funny, very good ideas like the records throws fight or the meeting of the "clones" group, but I expected more, after having heard so many good things about it.
Dance of the Dead 2008,  R)
Dance of the Dead
I've read things making me be impatient to see that parody of the genre, like Shaun was
I hope it a bit better
House of the Dead 2003,  R)
House of the Dead
Under Romero's works
Not the best VG adaptation at all.
In the genre, the RE r way better.
House of the Dead 2: Dead Aim (All Guts No Glory) 2006,  R)
House of the Dead 2: Dead Aim (All Guts No Glory)
Some very good scenes, but not at all an excellent movie.

A lot of pretty girls, but the masculine's cast is way under, way less interesting.
Sid Haig and Masi Oka (even if I didn't see, recognize him when I watched the film for the 2d time, a few days ago, and I didn't know him the 1st time I saw this movie; but I must admitt that, as it's not a so great movie, I used internet during watching, so, I didn't follow totally, didn't see everything) anyways clearly save it, but they have only small roles.
Resident Evil 2002,  R)
Resident Evil
Good adaptation of the games (the greatest fan of the universe tell u that. I have 12 games and 8 books, and the DVDs), even if I expected more.
I hope they will use more creatures for the next ones.
Resident Evil - Apocalypse 2004,  R)
Resident Evil - Apocalypse
Good to have introduced Nemesis
Resident Evil: Extinction 2007,  R)
Resident Evil: Extinction
Best of the trilogy!
Some great scenes like the crows in the desert and the battle against clones.
I own the 12 Resident Evil games, and read 4 of the 9 books written til now, and so, I really regrett that they said they'll not make a new movie; even if they'll probably change their mind 1 day, it could be in a lot of years, and it's sad, when so many kind of creatures of the games hasn't been used in the 1st trilogy.
Resident Evil: Degeneration 2008,  R)
Resident Evil: Degeneration
Very good, but I've been a bit disappointed.

I like the 3 movies, love the games, like some novels of RE that I read...
So, as a great fan of the Resident Evil's franchise, maybe I expected too much of this animation, and so, could only be disappointed...

The kinematics in the games are so beautiful sometimes that I expected an animation of Resident Evil since years, and here it is.
Specially about the graphics, who are very well done; but sadly the style is a bit different of the games' kinematics I think.
But anyways, the problem of this film, for me, was more the script.
It's not bad, not at all, but not enough worked, thinked, in my opinion.

Anyways, I don't regret to have bought it, cause it's a good entertainement.
So, I still hope a sequel to it; like one to the non-animation movies.
Resident Evil: Afterlife 2010,  R)
Resident Evil: Retribution 2012,  R)
Resident Evil: Damnation 2012,  R)
Resident Evil 6 2014,  Unrated)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 1974,  R)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
A great movie who've had too much bad sequels or remake.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 1986,  R)
Texas Chainsaw Massacre: A Family Portrait 2004,  Unrated)
Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III 1990,  R)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre - The Next Generation (The Return of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre) 1994,  R)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre - The Next Generation (The Return of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre)
The beautiful Renée Zelwegger doesn't save the film.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Shocking Truth 2000,  Unrated)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2003,  R)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Even with the beautiful Jessica Biel
Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning 2006,  R)
Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning
Really better than the previous one!

But still under the original one.
Anyways, really better also than the 3 sequels made in the 80''s & 90's.
Final Destination 2000,  R)
Final Destination
Great idea!
New kind of "bad guy"
Final Destination 2 2003,  R)
Final Destination 3 2006,  R)
Final Destination 3
The 4th, the 4th, the 4th
The Final Destination 2009,  R)
The Final Destination
The worst movie in the series!

This film isn't bad, but it's really worse than the 3rd one, who was excellent, and it's also worse than the 1st and 2d movies of this licence.

I was disappointed seeing the movie lasts only 80 minutes, but considering it's really less interesting than the previous ones, it's not that bad, finally.

The death ways are less originals, interesting than in the other films.
Between some deaths, it goes too fast, not leting us breathe, and making the movie be just a pretext to link some deaths, and not a complete story.
Some deaths are really unrealistic, making us not believe in them, and not being involved into the movie.
And also the effects aren't great, so, another reason for we can't believe in it.

The actors also aren't great, spoiling it a bit more.

Also the fact that, - for the 1st time in the series -, the hero can see the next person's death, disappointed me.

The good point was to see it in 3D; but it could've contained really more impressive things in 3D.
But it was nice to see my 1st movie not animated (I saw Monsters Vs Aliens and Ice Age 3 last months) in 3D; apart Honey I shrunk the kids and a movie with Michael Jackson that I saw in 3D in Disneyland, years ago, but those were short movies.
I'm impatient to see the remake of My Bloody Valentine in 3D. Normally next week!
Final Destination 5 2011,  R)
The Descent 2006,  R)
The Descent
A bit under what expected
But a group of girls; coool!
The Descent 2 2009,  R)
The Descent 2
Good sequel!

But not as good as the 1st movie in my opinion.
Apart the 2 girls from the 1st film (and the new girl too) the cast is really average for me.
They aren't at all charismatic and don't act very well I think.

Interesting anyways too use some elements of the previous movie, like the corpses.
Urban Legend 1998,  R)
Urban Legend
Great idea of script
Urban Legends: Final Cut 2000,  R)
Urban Legends: Bloody Mary 2005,  R)
Urban Legends: Bloody Mary
A very good concept!
The 1st is really excellent.
The 2d a bit less, but still good.
So, I really wanna see the 3rd.

Lol, some times ago, I put "I wanna see it", cause I forgot I already did.
I rent it 2-3 years ago, cause I loved the 1st and liked the 2d too, but a bit less.
It's not a good sign when you forgot you saw a movie.
It proves the film didn't touch you a lot.

Anyways, I saw it again on TV a few days ago, and yes, it's definitely way worse than the first movies.
It didn't come on theatre but is a Direct To Video flick. This explains that. Even if some TV or DTV films are great.
Of course, the budget isn't the same... even if some series or TV movies have budgets way more important than some cinema's ones.

The pb with this one is that it doesn't really respect the concept of the series, so...
Sure they use some urban legends, but way less than the last movies, and not as entertaining, interesting ones.
I dislike the Candyman movies, so, to use the same legend (as they even admitt in the movie, saying that the Candyman myth inspired the Bloody Mary legend) just a bit transformed, as the main legend of this 2d sequel isn't a good choice in my opinion.

But I liked some scenes, like the spiders walking under a girl's skin and going out to kill her.
Or also the final scene in the cemetary contains some interesting ideas, and the snow make it be a nice place.

To conclude, as you understood (and can see, checking the average ratings for the 3 movies), even if you loved the 2 firsts, no need to watch it. And if you wanna see an Urban Legend movie, avoid this one.
Watch the 1st, you shouldn't be disappointed.
Cut 2000,  R)
A very good not enough known Scream like.
Scream 3 is inspired by it, seting the action during a film shooting.
House of 1000 Corpses 2003,  R)
House of 1000 Corpses
I expected more
Really a Texas' like
The Devil's Rejects 2005,  R)
The Devil's Rejects
Gory f***ing great!

Finally seen!
10 times better than House of 1000 Corpses and more or less as well as Zombie's Halloween.

Rob use amazing actors who all are so freaking, even in tuxedo and without any horrible make-up.
All have "faces" as we say. Meaning faces who hypnotise you, that you can't forget, faces of people with experience, talent, and looks.
I for example really like Ken Foree (since Dawn of the Dead, Romero's version, so, in 1978) and Danny Trejo.
Sheri Moon is sexy, the kind of girl you give god without confession (like the expression says, even if I'm not a believer). So, that makes her be kinda more scary than Bill Moseley, Danny, Ken or Sid Haig and William Forsythe.

This movie is some kind of mix between:
The Hitcher, Joy Ride, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Hills Have Eyes, Gacy, Jeepers Creepers and some others.
Its more or less as good as Texas and Hills, and better than all the others.
So, a damned good mix it is!

I must admitt that I love the ending, between else.
I couldn't support that they all survive, even if that would mean a sequel with them, and that'd be excellent of course.
But when the sherif is killed and they are all saved, I was disgusted.
Maybe he deserved to die too, as he becomes almost as crazy dangerous as them. But it was a cold blood revenge for him, so, it's far away to be as monstruous as all this monsters' family did.

Very classical to make us almost have pity for those barbarian rapers and murderers and to give the cop the bad role.
But I have to confess that I was laughing in some moments when he tortures them; which I never did when they did it to their poor victims.
This movie make think that the cop is right. The only way to stop these people is to become like them, to hunt them and not just chase, and it's almost impossible to imagine to quietly arrest them and let them live in jail till they escape and start again.
When you act without any humanity, like they do, you know what's waiting you, what you'll get, and you must assume to be shot like a deer by hunters.
In life, you get what you give. Or at least, it should be more often the case.
But badness is so more powerful that it wins, most of the time.

Anyways, near a masterpiece is this film.
Halloween 2007,  R)
A grrreaaat movie
With the child, it's just... waaw!
Strange to have seen him in a small caïd role in Hancock
H2: Halloween II 2009,  R)
H2: Halloween II
Soooo under the 1st Halloween of Mr Zombie!

I was really disappointed to see another kid than the excellent Daeg Faerch to play young Michael Myers.
If, for a reason or another, Daeg couldn't do the movie, they shouldn't have put scenes involving him; considering how the scenes are, I confirm there shouldn't have been those moments in the movie to make it be better.

I also found annoying and uninteresting to put Myer's' mother's ghost.
I mean, WTF??
It spoils the entire movie, more as she appears often.
Why to make this?
Just to give a role to Mrs Zombie? It seems, as it doesn't have any interest. If they wanted a role for her in this movie, they just should've not make her suicide in the 1st film, and that's it, instead of giving us boredom making her turn back as a ghost; and a ghost pushing her psychopath of a son to kill, like she was herself a murderer when alive.
Tsss, bullshits!

I think that without those things, it would've been a good movie; anyways, still really worse than the 1st one.
Wrong Turn 2003,  R)
Wrong Turn
Good, but I expected more
Wrong Turn 2: Dead End 2007,  Unrated)
Wrong Turn 2: Dead End
I've heard good things about.
Even if the 1st wasn't that good, I want to see it.
Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead 2009,  Unrated)
Scream 1996,  R)
Great surprise!
Creation of a new genre of horror.
Great director, Craven!
Great scriptwriter, Kevin Williamson!
Scream 2 1997,  R)
Scream 2
A very good sequel!
A lot of supporting roles of it became stars now.
So many stars started their carreers in horror movies. So, so much of them died in their firsts movies.
A phoenix have to die to ressusiscate,
The idea of the mother make think to the very 1st Friday the 13th.
Scream 3 2000,  R)
Scream 3
Good end to the trilogy
A 4th, when? When u want guys
Scream 4 2011,  R)
I Know What You Did Last Summer 1997,  R)
I Know What You Did Last Summer
A good Scream like
And not strange, when u know it's the same scriptwriter, the genious Kevin Williamson.
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer 1998,  R)
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer
Nice place to shoot
I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer 2006,  R)
I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer
Sadly, nobody of the original cast.
A sequel just for money, but not bad.
Cursed 2005,  R)
What a deception, coming from Wes Craven
Silent Hill 2006,  R)
Silent Hill
A greaaaat surprise!
So strange movie!
2001 Maniacs 2005,  R)
2001 Maniacs
Robert "Freddy" Englund, playing another kind of monster
Critters 1986,  PG-13)
Only own and saw the 4th one.
Pretty good, making me wanna discover the others.
Critters 2 - The Main Course 1988,  PG-13)
Critters 3 - You Are What They Eat 1991,  PG-13)
Critters 3 - You Are What They Eat
I'd like to see Leonardo in an horror.
Critters 4 - They're Invading Your Space 1991,  PG-13)
Critters 4 - They're Invading Your Space
The only 1 I saw
I like sci-fi horror, but it's far away of the Alien series
A Nightmare on Elm Street 1984,  R)
A Nightmare on Elm Street
A baby Johnny Depp could be the only reason to see it, (but I'm not sure I haven't in fact) cause I own the 3rd one, and it's pretty disappointing.
Out of all these cult series of the 70's - 80's (Friday, Texas, Child's Play, Halloween...), this 1 is the worst. No, in fact, Amityville if the worst. And I'm talking only of these cult series, cause, otherways, in horror, there are some worst movies.
I anyways wanna see the soon coming remake of it.
A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 - Freddy's Revenge 1985,  R)
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 - Dream Warriors 1987,  R)
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 - Dream Warriors
Some sexy scenes
Nice tongue!
A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 - The Dream Master 1988,  R)
A Nightmare on Elm Street 5 - The Dream Child 1989,  R)
Freddy's Dead - The Final Nightmare 1991,  R)
Wes Craven's New Nightmare 1994,  R)
Wes Craven's New Nightmare
Too many movies for this series.
Maybe the most disappointing in Wes's great carreer.
A Nightmare on Elm Street 2010,  R)
Child's Play 1988,  R)
Child's Play

I really liked Bride of Chucky, (Child's Play 2 and 3 also if I remember well), and wanna see Seed of Chucky.
I thought I saw this 1 too, but as I watched it a few days ago, - after having bought it -, I finally think I didn't.
Anyways, the sure thing is that I expected a very better movie.

I thought to see more murders, more deaths.
Child's Play 2 1990,  R)
Child's Play 3 1991,  R)
Child's Play 3
I remember I saw all and liked all, but it was so many years ago, that I can't imagine any seen, being sure if it's from the 1st, 2d, or 3rd.
Bride of Chucky 1998,  R)
Bride of Chucky
Nice Jennifer Tilly
Seed Of Chucky 2004,  R)
Child's Play 2014,  G)
Child's Play
Halloween, Friday the 13th, Texas chainsaw, Elm street, Child's play...
R there some classic of this period who aren't planned to be remade soon???
Alien 1979,  R)
Great start, for a great series
Just sad that, seeing it again, I can see the man in the alien suit.
Aliens 1986,  R)
Alien3 1992,  R)
Alien Resurrection 1997,  R)
AVP - Alien Vs. Predator 2004,  PG-13)
Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem (AVP 2) 2007,  R)
Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem (AVP 2)
I was impatient cause of the 1st, and the trailer, but... a bit disapointing.
Predator 1987,  R)
Beautiful jungle, a lot of action, great fights...
Predator 2 1990,  R)
Predator 2
Gimme the jungle baaaack!
Predators 2010,  R)
Gremlins 1984,  PG)
A very good mov'
Gizmo is so cuuuuute
Gremlins 2: The New Batch 1990,  PG-13)
Gremlins 2: The New Batch
Good sequel
A bit under the original
Joy Ride 2001,  R)
Joy Ride
A good script!

Good to see Leelee and Steve Zahn who should be more used in block busters (even if Leelee was in Deep Impact).
They deserve more honors, celebrity...

It makes me think a bit to Spielberg's masterpiece (and 1 of his very 1st works), Duel.

I want to see its sequel.
Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead 2008,  Unrated)
Gacy 2003,  R)
The Exorcist 1973,  R)
The Exorcist
I expected more, when I heard so many times of it, before to see it in theatre, when they put it back, some years ago.
But it's way better than all sequels or prequel. Way way way better!
And the main theme, is one of my fav musics ever, even if I sadly can't have it in mind right now.
Exorcist II - The Heretic 1977,  R)
The Exorcist III 1990,  R)
Exorcist - The Beginning 2004,  R)
Dominion - Prequel to the Exorcist 2005,  R)
The Dentist 1996,  R)
The Dentist 2: Brace Yourself 1998,  R)
Skeeter 1994,  R)
Resurrection 1999,  PG)
Jeepers Creepers 2001,  R)
Jeepers Creepers
Not freaking!
More boring!
Jeepers Creepers 2 2003,  R)
Jeepers Creepers 2
The 1st wasn't good, so...
The Cave 2005,  PG-13)
Killer - A Journal of Murder 1996,  R)
Long Time Dead 2003,  R)
Wishcraft 2002,  R)
High Tension (Switchblade Romance) 2005,  R)
High Tension (Switchblade Romance)
Very disappointing for me.

I can't believe that the excellent Wes Craven chose Alexandre Aja to shoot the remake of The Hills Have Eyes after having seen this.
But anyways, his remake of THHE is great.
Martyrs 2008,  R)
1 of the most violent movies I ever saw. Physically and psychologically.
The french version of Saw, or Hostel, but worse.
The people playing the supporting roles aren't good actors.
Sheitan (Satan) 2006,  Unrated)
Terreur cannibale (Cannibal Terror) 1980,  Unrated)
Ghost Ship 2002,  R)
Ghost Ship
I love the cover!
Less the movie, but it's not a bad movie.
Ravenous 1999,  R)
Ringu (Ring) 1998,  Unrated)
Ringu 2 (Ring 2) 2005,  Unrated)
Ringu 0 2001,  Unrated)
The Ring 2002,  PG-13)
The Ring
The original, - japanese- version was way better
The american sequel is really better too
The Ring Two 2005,  PG-13)
The Ring Two
The 1st japanese was good.
The 1st american wasn't.
But the american sequel was way better. It stays anyway an average movie.
The Ring Three 2016,  Unrated)
Ju-on: The Curse (Curse Grudge) 2000,  R)
Ju-on: The Grudge 2 (Ju-on 2) 2003,  R)
Ju-on: The Grudge 2003,  R)
The Grudge 2004,  PG-13)
The Grudge
Very good remake by the director of the original 1.
I'd like to see the japanese version, and the sequels.
Scary by moments, which is rare for me.
The Grudge 2 2006,  PG-13)
The Grudge 3 2009,  R)
Dark Water 2002,  PG-13)
Dark Water 2005,  PG-13)
Dark Water
Even if the japanese movie wasn't very good.
Open Water 2004,  R)
Open Water 2 (Adrift) 2007,  R)
Deep Rising 1998,  R)
Deep Rising
A good horror thriller!

Some kind of mix between Titanic, Poseidon, Alien, Virus (1999) and Abyss. Definitely a good mix!
A not bad cast (mostly thanks to the nice and talented Famke Janssen) doesn't waste anything; it's the opposite of course.
The creature, the monster is gorgeous, splendid!
Piranha 1978,  R)
Piranha Part Two: The Spawning 1981,  R)
Piranha 1995,  R)
Piranha 3-D 2010,  R)
Piranha 3-D
Boobs, gore, boobs, trash, boobs, asses and even some pussies.

What else could we want?
Maybe a better script, although it's not that bad.
Otherwise, nice places, cute girls, and a luxury and lustful casting.
Mega Piranha 2010,  R)
Komodo 2000,  PG-13)
The Curse of the Komodo 2004,  R)
Komodo vs. Cobra 2005,  PG-13)
Anaconda 1997,  PG-13)
Pretty cool movie!
Anacondas - The Hunt for the Blood Orchid 2004,  PG-13)
Anacondas - The Hunt for the Blood Orchid
I saw it only a few weeks ago.
1st was better!
By moments, it seems more like a kind of remake, than a sequel.
Anyway, it wasn't bad.
Anaconda III 2008,  R)
Anacondas: Trail of Blood 2009,  R)
Lake Placid 1999,  R)
Lake Placid
I thought it was better, when I heard about.
Anyway, not bad, and Bridget Fonda is a good reason to see it.
Lake Placid 2 2007,  R)
The Amityville Horror 1979,  R)
The Amityville Horror
1 of the worst horror movies I saw; even maybe THE worst.
Annoying, not at all freaking!
How can this movie be so famous?
Very overrated!
Amityville II: The Possession 1982,  R)
Amityville 3-D 1983,  PG)
Amityville IV: The Evil Escapes 1989,  R)
The Amityville Curse 1990,  R)
Amityville 1992: It's About Time 1992,  R)
Amityville - New Generation 1993,  R)
Amityville: Dollhouse 1997,  R)
The Amityville Horror 2005,  R)
The Amityville Horror
Very better than the 1979 movie.
Very very better!
Like for Halloween or The Omen, but in this case, the original was crapy; not Halloween, neither The Omen.
The Blair Witch Project 1999,  R)
The Blair Witch Project
Very original!
But not at all the most freakin' mov' ever, like we so often heard n' read about it.
Cloverfield and Rec (+ it's remake, Quarantine) all used the way to shot popularized (but not created) by TBWP.
Book of Shadows - Blair Witch 2 2000,  R)
Bram Stoker's Dracula 1992,  R)
Bram Stoker's Dracula
A very good adaptation of Bram's book, with an interesting casting.
When I 1st saw it on theatre, I left just a bit before the end, cause I was afraid; but I was only 9-10.
Dracula 2000 2000,  R)
Cube 1998,  R)
A great surprise!
But the sequel and prequel r really worst.
Cube 2 - Hypercube 2003,  R)
Cube Zero 2004,  R)
Cube Zero
The worst of the series!
Far of the level of the 1st.
Tremors 1990,  R)
Tremors 2: Aftershocks 1996,  PG-13)
Tremors 3 - Back to Perfection 2001,  PG)
Tremors 4 - The Legend Begins 2004,  PG-13)
Interview with the Vampire 1994,  R)
Interview with the Vampire
Very good cast (Brad, Kirsten, Slater, Banderas, Cruise), but 1 of the worst vampires movies I saw.
And I just LOVE the genre.
Vampires 1998,  R)
Vampire in Brooklyn 1995,  R)
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein 1994,  R)
The Hitcher 1986,  R)
The Hitcher II: I've Been Waiting 2003,  R)
The Hitcher 2007,  R)
The Hitcher
I liked the original with Rutger Hauer, n' so, really want to see the remake.
Duel 1972,  PG)
Ghosts of Mars 2001,  R)
Thirteen Ghosts (13 Ghosts) 2001,  R)
Thirteen Ghosts (13 Ghosts)
Good script!
Sadly, something's missing...
From Hell 2001,  R)
From Hell
I want to see it again!
7 years since!
Good to see an adaptation of Jack The Ripper's life.
Ripper 2002,  R)
American Psycho 2000,  R)
American Psycho
Not good thriller, even if it's the excellent Christian Bale who's the hero.
American Psycho II: All American Girl 2002,  R)
Psycho 1960,  R)
Psycho II 1983,  R)
Psycho III 1986,  R)
Psycho IV: The Beginning 1991,  R)
Psycho 1998,  R)
A crapy movie!
Even if I didn't see it, I'm sure the original one is better.
The Convent 2000,  R)
The Birds 1963,  PG-13)
The Birds
1 of the rare Hitchcock I saw.
A good movie!
The last of Alfred if I'm right.
Arachnophobia 1990,  PG-13)
I'm a bit arachnophob, so, I love all movies and games with giant spiders beeing destroyed.
The Omen 1976,  R)
The Omen
The remake is way better.
Damien: Omen II 1978,  R)
Omen III: The Final Conflict 1981,  R)
Omen IV - The Awakening 1991,  Unrated)
Omen IV - The Awakening
I thought there were only 3 movies in the original series. So, I saw the 3, and found them more or less good; but the remake was better for me.
The Omen Legacy 2001,  Unrated)
The Omen 2006,  R)
The Omen
An good remake, of a not excellent movie.
Mondo Cannibale (Barbarian Goddess) (El Caníbal) (The Cannibals) (White Cannibal Queen) 1980,  Unrated)
Mountain of the Cannibal God (La montagna del dio cannibale) (Primitive Desires) (Slave of the Cannibal God) 1978,  R)
Shark Attack 1999,  R)
Shark Attack 2 2000,  R)
Shark Attack 3: Megalodon 2002,  R)
Swamp Thing 1982,  PG)
The Return of Swamp Thing 1989,  PG-13)
Swamp Thing - The Un-Men Unleashed 1992,  Unrated)
Swamp Thing: The Legend Continues 2010,  Unrated)
The People Under The Stairs 1991,  R)
Willard 1971,  PG)
Willard 2003,  PG-13)
Candyman 1992,  R)
Disapointing, for a serial killer's movies lover like me.
Candyman 2 - Farewell to the Flesh 1994,  R)
Candyman 2 - Farewell to the Flesh
Not better than the 1st.
Candyman 3: Day of the Dead 1999,  R)
Candyman 3: Day of the Dead
The 2 first were way too bad for I wanna see it.
Alone in the Dark 2005,  R)
Alone in the Dark
Interesting adaptation!

I love the only Alone in the Dark game I own, on PS 1.
It's a very good survival horror game, in a genre where apart it and the Resident Evil series, we really are missing options.
I anyways also bought Alone in the Dark 5, the last one, but didn't already start it, even if I'm impatient to play it siince 1 & 1/2 year, when I 1st heard of it.

SO, about the movie, the underrated Christian Slater is a very good choice.
Tara Reid and Stephen Dorff are interesting too.

Some very impressive and well directed and with great effects scenes, like the one with the bullet in slow motion through the ice cube to the bad guy.
And of course the scenes with the creatures; especially the massive attack from the woods. So many monsters and militaries; and guess who win? I'll not tell you.

So, the creatures are cool, but as for Resident Evil movies (even it's really better with those), it misses some different creatures from the games.

I'm impatient to see the sequel, to discover what kind of monster they added, but sadly, i'm sure it'll never come to theatres. Anyway, DVD...
Alone in the Dark II 2008,  PG-13)
Patrick 1978,  PG)
Hollow Man 2000,  R)
Hollow Man
It could've been better. U could imagine interesting things to do if u were invisible.
The transformation is well done anyway.
Hollow Man II 2006,  R)
Hollow Man II
The 1st was average, so, no need to see a sequel.
Van Helsing 2004,  PG-13)
Van Helsing
A very good monsters movie.
It's cool to see Dracula, the monster of Frankenstein, the Werewolf and even Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde in the same movie, all hunted by Van Helsing.
The lanscapes r beautiful, and the castle of Dracula is great too.
Van Helsing: The London Assignment 2004,  PG-13)
Deep Blue Sea 1999,  R)
Deep Blue Sea
An excellent thriller/horror with awful sharks.

Apart Samuel L. Jackson (who sadly die too fast in the movie), the casting is pretty disapointing in my opinion.

The sharks are very impressive, dangerous, and so, make very good monsters, enemies for the characters.

The end is pretty surprising, considering who die and who doesn't.
Stir of Echoes 1999,  R)
Stir of Echoes 2: The Homecoming 2007,  R)
Cabin Fever 2002,  R)
Cabin Fever
I've been a bit disappointed, considering all I heard about, and the excellent next movie of Eli Roth, Hostel.
The story's good, it's trash and a bit freaking by moments, the sets r pretty, but, it misses something to be very good. I dunno exactly what...
Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever 2009,  R)
The Mist 2007,  R)
The Mist
Sadly, I didn't watch it very well, cause I was falling sleep
The Fog 1979,  R)
The Fog 2005,  PG-13)
The Fog
Like the Carpenter's movie, average.

Interesting casting (Welling, Maggie Grace and Selma Blair), but the script isn't very interesting.
The idea of the haunted fog is pretty good, sadly, not well used.
The Thing from Another World 1951,  Unrated)
The Thing 1982,  R)
The Thing
I'd like to see the original one, but this 1 is great.
And the game on PS2 is amazingly freakin' and good.
The Blob 1958,  PG)
Beware! The Blob (Son of the Blob) 1972,  PG)
The Blob 1988,  R)
The Blob 2011,  Unrated)
The Fly 1958,  Unrated)
The Fly 1986,  R)
The Fly
I own the video since somethin' like 7-8 years, but never watched it. Is it normal doc?
The Fly II 1989,  R)
Carrie 1976,  R)
Not at all bad S. King's adapt.
I didn't really like the book. The film neither is great, but, it has somethin'.
I really wanna see Carrie 2, anyway.
The Rage: Carrie 2 1999,  R)
Carrie 2002,  Unrated)
Event Horizon 1997,  R)
Midnight Kiss 1993,  R)
The Faculty 1998,  R)
The Faculty
A good thriller/horror.
The huge alien creature is excellent. It's a surprise that we didn't expect.
The cast is good too.
Species 1995,  R)
Species II 1998,  R)
Species III 2004,  R)
Slash 2003,  R)
Underworld 2003,  R)
I expected really more
Underworld: Evolution 2006,  R)
Underworld: The Rise of the Lycans 2009,  R)
Jack Frost 1996,  R)
House of Wax 1953,  PG)
House of Wax 2005,  R)
House of Wax
Very good horror, although the presence of Crapy Hilton & Chad Dumb Murray.
She Creature 2001,  R)
Pitch Black 2000,  R)
Pitch Black
I largely prefer The Chronicles of Riddick; but it's not bad anways...
The Evil Dead 1981,  R)
The Evil Dead
The 2d is soooo crapy, that I don't want to see the 1st.
Evil Dead 2 1987,  R)
Evil Dead 2
I heard a lot about it, bought the videotape, and shit... it's probably the crapiest horror movie I've ever seen.
Army of Darkness 1993,  R)
Valentine 2001,  R)
Very good surprise is that slasher.
My Bloody Valentine 1981,  R)
My Bloody Valentine
A pretty good serial killer story!

A not enough known serial killer movie of the 80's, who could've made a series like a lot others of this period; Friday the 13th, Halloween, Elm Street, Child's Play, Texas Chainsaw...
But thanks to the remake, it'll be discovered by some fans of the remake wanting to watch the old one.
I'm personnally pretty excited to see the remake, specially in 3D. Hope it'll come to me.

The character has everything to be the serial killer of a series of slashers.
A sad bad past, a great mask (gaz mask), good weapons...
And like in Scream for example, he's friend with his victims.

Otherways, the mines are a good set for the action; even very good.
And the city and the rooms out of the mine are excellent too.
Very good choice for a thriller, cause those places can easily be scary.

The good thing is that I totally forgot who was the killer between the 2 times I watched my DVD, so, nothing was spoilt.
My Bloody Valentine 3-D 2009,  R)
My Bloody Valentine 3-D
Good but not excellent!

2d horror movie I see in 3D (after Final Destination 4), 2d a bit disappointing.
I hope the next ones will be better.

I think that the original My Bloody Valentine was a bit better. It's very different anyways.

This remake misses (like FD 4 did) some more uses of the 3D effects. I hoped to see some things coming to me, out of the screen. It happens a bit at some moments, but not enough times and not enough effectively.
So, you can watch this movie in 2D without any problem, and maybe more watch the 1981's version of this story.
Prison of the Dead 2000,  R)
Bloody Murder 1999,  R)
Bloody Murder 2: Closing Camp (Halloween Camp) 2003,  R)
Don't Panic 1989,  Unrated)
Doom 2005,  R)
Very good adaptation of a VG.
I'd like to see a sequel!
The 1st person vision sequence is a great moment!
Rosamund Pike is soooo pretty!
The Gate 1987,  PG-13)
Warlock 1991,  R)
Warlock: The Armageddon 1993,  R)
Warlock III: The End of Innocence 1999,  R)
Uninvited 1988,  PG-13)
The Lost Voyage 2002,  R)
Maximum Overdrive 1986,  R)
Thinner 1996,  R)
Not at all the best story of the master, Stephen King.
The Shining 1980,  R)
The Shining
Another overrated movie, for who I don't understand the huge love.
But not toooo bad.
Anyway, poor Stephen King, who agrees with me, when it's the worst of the 90 adaptations of his books, according to him.
And the best is also the best for me, The Green Mile. So, Mr. King and I have the same tastes about the movies made from his stories.
Proud of it!
Pet Sematary 1989,  R)
Pet Sematary Two 1992,  R)
Blade 1998,  R)
1 of the best vampires flick ever.
And the sequels r great too.
Blade II 2002,  R)
Blade II
A great film!
I love the Blade movies.
He's an excellent character, fighting and killing vampires.
Blade: Trinity 2004,  R)
Blade: Trinity
Very good 3d part of a great series.
I just love Blade, the half-vampire, half-human. It's an excellent character.
Excellent also to have introduced the beautiful Jessica Biel in it.
Sad that a 4th with Wesley Snipes isn't planned.
Severance 2006,  R)
Night Watch (Nochnoi Dozor) 2006,  R)
Night Watch (Nochnoi Dozor)
How can so many people love it? That made me buy the DVD. Shit!
Day Watch 2007,  R)
Scanner Cop 1994,  R)
Scanner Cop II (Scanners: The Showdown) 1994,  R)
Love Bites 2001,  Unrated)
Bones 2001,  R)
Identity 2003,  R)
Bloody Mallory 2002,  R)
Planet Terror (Grindhouse Presents: Robert Rodriguez's Planet Terror) 2007,  R)
Planet Terror (Grindhouse Presents: Robert Rodriguez's Planet Terror)
Fun, weird, ugly, well done and directed.
Dreamcatcher 2003,  R)
Really disappointing
Them (Ils) 2007,  R)
Them (Ils)
A pretty good thriller, horror movie.
From a true story if I'm right.
Stephen King's It 1990,  Unrated)
Stephen King's It
Not scary enough and too long.
It's Alive 1973,  R)
It Lives Again 1978,  R)
It's Alive III: Island of the Alive 1987,  R)
It's Alive 2008,  R)
The Skeleton Key 2005,  PG-13)
The Skeleton Key
A pretty good thriller!
I like the house and the swamp near it.
The Skeleton Key 2: 667 Neighbor of the Beast 2008,  Unrated)
Funny Games 1998,  Unrated)
Funny Games 2008,  R)
Funny Games
Very good thriller.
The actors r very good; maybe specially Michael Pitt.
Nattevagten (Nightwatch) 1994,  R)
Nightwatch 1998,  R)
The Hole 2001,  R)
Copycat 1995,  R)
Christine 1983,  R)
An interesting story by the master, Stephen King.
Virus 1999,  R)
Freddy vs. Jason 2003,  R)
Freddy vs. Jason
I expected really more!
After all, I AM Jason Voorhees!
[Rec] 2007,  R)
[Rec] 2 2010,  R)
Quarantine 2008,  R)
As good as the original one; about which I still didn't see any of the 2 sequels (soon 3) but am really impatient to, hoping it won't be like Paranormal Activity, a really good 1st one, and the, worst and worst; like for Scary Movie also. I can't believe they just did a 5th SM, considering they stopped after the 4th during some years not for no reason.
To turn back to our subject, I really thought it would be a bit (or even a lot) less good, and it's a shame it has only 3/5 as average rating. It definitely deserves more.
Mimic 1997,  R)
Mimic 2 2001,  R)
Mimic 3 - Sentinel 2003,  R)
The Devil's Backbone (El Espinazo del diablo) 2001,  R)
The Relic 1997,  R)
House On Haunted Hill 1959,  PG)
House on Haunted Hill 1999,  R)
House on Haunted Hill
Pretty good, but the script is a bit disappointing.
Return to House on Haunted Hill 2007,  R)
Eight Legged Freaks 2002,  PG-13)
Eight Legged Freaks
Yuuuuck, kill those monsters, fast!
Excellent actioner!
Full of creativity!
Deep In The Woods (Promenons-nous dans les bois) 2001,  R)
Gwoemul (The Host) 2007,  R)
Slither 2006,  R)
A cheap and pretty boring movie!
Dead Silence 2007,  R)
Inside (À l'intérieur) 2007,  R)
Frontière(s) (Frontier(s)) 2007,  NC-17)
The Eye 2008,  PG-13)
Drag Me to Hell 2009,  PG-13)
Drag Me to Hell
Not as well as I expected.

I wasn't sure to like it, considering I hated Evil Dead 2 that I bought on video, so many years ago.
But I loved the Spider-Man series of movies, so, I was curious to see the return of Raimi in the horror.

It's waaay better than ED 2, but not excellent.

But the end was really surprising and pretty cool.
Vacancy 2007,  R)
Vacancy 2: The First Cut 2009,  R)
The Cell 2000,  R)
The Cell
Too odd for me!
The Cell 2 2008,  R)
Chakushin Ari (One Missed Call) 2003,  R)
Chakushin ari 2 (One Missed Call 2) 2005,  R)
Chakushin ari final (One Missed Call Final) 2006,  R)
One Missed Call 2008,  PG-13)
When a Stranger Calls 1979,  R)
When a Stranger Calls Back 1993,  R)
When a Stranger Calls 2006,  PG-13)
Fever Lake 1996,  Unrated)
What Lies Beneath 2000,  PG-13)
What Lies Beneath
Movie made to make Robert Zemeckis and his crew be busy and not losing money, during the months they had to wait for Tom Hanks to let his hairs and beard geting long, for the shooting of the 2d part of Cast Away.
Not bad thriller!
It changes to see Harrison playing the bad guy.
He makes a good couple with the underrated Michelle Pfeiffer.
Primeval 2007,  R)
Mirrors 2008,  R)
A very very good horror movie.
A bit trash by moments.
A bit freaking too. (I'm almost never afraid watching horror, and I watch some very soon).
An excellent story, good investigations, and original and nice ideas.
Even a bit funny by short moments.
The Unborn 2009,  PG-13)
The Unborn
I love horroooooor!

Another very good horror movie, as we have so many since years; also some decades ago.

Even if I don't believe in anything (and so, of course, not in possessions, exorcisms, ghosts, devil...), I love movies involving those kind of elements.
Not all of them, of course (for example, one of the worst crap ever is The Exorcism of Emily Rose), but often.
I'm curious anyways about how you, believers see these movies.
But it's not easy to tell, and anyways, I'll never be able (like all UNbelievers [fun to use the prefix UN talking of The UNborn]) to exactly understand how you feel seeing those.

I really didn't imagine to see the so famous monster of the nazism, the Dr Mengele, involved in this story, making it seems more true, realistic; fixing it in our real world.
It's well known that this man made a lot of experiments on jewish people in camps during WWII, but curiously, the story of The Unborn never happened in any way.

So, as I saw Watchmen a day, and The Unborn the day after, I saw Carla Gugino twice in a row, in very different movies.
I just realized it seeing the cast here, cause, even if I know her pretty well, I didn't realize she was in The Unborn. We see her only a lil, but, anyways...

So many odd things in this movie.
I'm sometimes disturbed by too strange things in movies, but no problem here: More cause they mainly are nightmares, or hallucinations.
Talking about weird things, I anways loved Silent Hill for example, even if I'm not a fan of the games. I'm way more into Resident Evil games, books, and also movies, even if they aren't masterpieces.

You like horror?
You like mystery?
You like possessions, exorcisms?
Then, run in a theatre to watch it.
Fright Night 1985,  R)
Fright Night 2 1989,  R)
Fright Night 2011,  R)
The Frighteners 1996,  R)
Silver Bullet 1985,  R)
The Others 2001,  PG-13)
The Others
Just a bit scary by moments; but average.
The Last House on the Left 1972,  R)
The Last House on the Left
Craven is a great master... but this isn't his best piece, definitely far away.
The Last House on the Left 2009,  R)
The Ruins 2008,  R)
30 Days of Night 2007,  R)
Mutants 2009,  R)
Hopefully there are our american friends to make horror movies, cause if we were counting on the frenches... ouch!
Constantine 2005,  R)
I prefered it the 1st time, in theatre, than when I saw it again, on DVD.
But some good ideas.
Legion 2010,  R)
From Dusk Till Dawn 1996,  R)
From Dusk Till Dawn
I wanna see the sequel(s?).
As I say so often, very good cast.
Apart maybe Clooney...
From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money 1999,  R)
From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter 2000,  R)
The Last Exorcism 2010,  PG-13)
Paranormal Activity 2009,  R)
Paranormal Activity 2 2010,  R)
The Crazies 2010,  R)
Case 39 2010,  R)
The Horde (La Horde) 2009,  Unrated)
Zombieland 2009,  R)
Zombieland 2: 3D 2013,  Unrated)
Der Knochenmann (The Bone Man) 2009,  Unrated)
Mutants 2008,  R)
The Wolfman 2010,  R)
Cannibal Holocaust 1979,  NC-17)
Jungle Holocaust (Ultimo mondo cannibale) (Cannibal) (Carnivorous) (Last Cannibal World) 1977,  Unrated)
Orphan 2009,  R)
Humains 2009,  Unrated)
Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus 2009,  R)
Shark Night 3D 2011,  PG-13)
Megalodon 2003,  PG-13)
El Orfanato (The Orphanage) 2007,  R)
I Spit on Your Grave (Day of the Woman) 1978,  R)
I Spit On Your Grave 2010,  R)
Insidious 2011,  PG-13)
A greaaaat piece!

Haven't been scared like this since Paranormal Activity (the 1st), having seen all the horror movies that came out since, without forgetting tens and tens of others on TV or DVD, so, that's a 1st good point, cause what do we want watching this kind of films if it's not to be scared?

Wan-Whannell, definitely make a great pair that rules!
They succeeded to make something totally different than the series they created, Saw, as everyone should know.
And this could be a new series; specially as it doesn't really end, as often with horror movies.
But I don't think there'll be a direct sequel to it, but we could imagine another movie from them set in an other family living the same things.
Even if it'd be expected, not really surprising, Insidious is so good that it could be great too, specially with the same makers.

Oh, and I almost forgot to say I loved the wink they made to Saw in the movie, with the Saw series' puppet drawn on the blackboard of Josh's classroom.

Otherwise, I'm sad that they decided not to make anymore Saw, cause it started not to work enough.
I so loved this annual meeting and'll miss it a lot, although the 3 first ones were really better than the 4 lasts; but the 5th and the 7th are anyway excellent, and so, it's not cool to have killed the series.
Shame on you audience!

To conclude, hip hip hurray for the beautiful Rose Byrne that I'd like to see more.
The Rite 2011,  PG-13)
Pandorum 2009,  R)
The Human Centipede (First Sequence) 2010,  R)
The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) 2011,  R)
Centipede 2004,  PG-13)
Centipede Horror 1988,  Unrated)
Devil 2010,  PG-13)

I was a bit afraid by the fact it's an in camera movie.
Not that I dislike it, - it's even the opposite -, but if the script isn't great, it can be fastly boring.
For example, Buried was good, but not great, and a bit annoying.
A movie using this concept can anyways be great, as Cube. The 1st one, cause Cube 2 and Cube 0 suck.
Was also afraid by the fact we knew too much from the trailers, so, an in camera + no real surprise... ouch. But in fact, as there are anyways a lot of scenes out of the elevator, and that you aren't sure till the end of who's the devil and how it'll end, it makes it be an excellent movie.

As I saw it after another great movie, The Way Back, it made me pass a very good afternoon; for 1 time...
Dead Space: Downfall 2008,  Unrated)
Dead Space: Aftermath 2011,  Unrated)
Dead Space 1990,  R)
Sphere 1998,  PG-13)
I'd love to resee it!
Saw it only when it came out in theatres, so, 13 years ago... sniff.
Bioshock 2012,  Unrated)
Castlevania 2011,  Unrated)
Children of the Corn 1984,  R)
Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice 1993,  R)
Children of the Corn 3 - Urban Harvest 1995,  R)
Children of the Corn 4: The Gathering 1996,  R)
Children of the Corn 5 - Fields of Terror 1998,  R)
Children of the Corn 666: Isaac's Return 1999,  R)
Children of the Corn - Revelation 2001,  R)
Children of the Corn 2009,  R)
Children Of The Corn: Genesis 2011,  R)
Rubber 2011,  R)
Let the Right One In 2008,  R)
Let Me In 2010,  R)
The Thing 2011,  R)
Sennentuntschi 2010,  Unrated)
An excellent veeery original fantasy thriller that I didn't decide to see before yesterday, days after it came out, which is really rare from me, planning all I wanna see weeks, or months or years before they arrive.

I think it's the 1st film I see in Swiss-german, which made it be even more original.

The script is very complexe, tortuous, sometimes hard to catch, follow, making you doubt of what's the truth, what is the reality, the good explanation to facts, situations...
Even after the end, you aren't sure you understood all, and that comment comes from someone with a pretty full brain, without wanting to seem proud.
:P B-) ;)
No, seriously, I have the pride to declare I'm intelligent, but it doesn't impede me not to catch everything in every movie, of course, and I have the modesty to admitt it, contrary to too much asses.
And it's maybe the case in this confused story. Confused, but very refreshing, smart, interesting, almost scary by moments...

Set in sooooo beautiful landscapes of the Swiss mountains, and in a small ancient village very pretty too.
It makes you dream to have some walks there; like in so many places of my beautiful country that I know too little, sadly.

As this Swiss movie is coproduced by Germany, Austria and France, it'll be seen at least in all those countries and some others, but I hope americans (between others) will have it on more than 2-3 screens for the entire country; but I'm afraid not...
Monsters 2010,  R)
What a boring thing!!!

Don't trust the title, you won't see a monsters movie, but a damned annoying road movie involving 2 without charisma characters falling in love (what a surprise!) crossing a giant alien octopuss at the end, and that's all.

Almost no action, never scary, just boring!
The opposite of what I thought to see from the title, and the short resume I read.
Red Riding Hood 2011,  PG-13)
Red Riding Hood
A pretty good surprise!

Considering it's from Twilight's director, and shares with it werewolves and teenagers as heroes, I was afraid to see a movie as crappy as Twilight, and hesitated to see it during weeks.
But as I think it was interesting to adapt a short fairytale like this one, as I love medieval times in movies and as it seemed really better than the awfully boring Twilight, I've been to see it, and don't regret that, as it was good.
Halloween III 2012,  Unrated)
Prometheus 2012,  R)
Il fiume del grande caimano (The Big Alligator River) (The Great Alligator) 1979,  Unrated)