Sunday, December 5, 2010


(10 of 10)

If you're a Beyonce fan then you probably know how amazing her previous tours were. Personally, I have seen her twice with Destiny's Child and once on her "The Beyonce Experience" tour. So when I found out she was releasing her "I Am..." tour on DVD, I was quick to snatch it up. And it's just as amazing as it could be. From her D.C. medley to her smoldering ballads to an incomparable performance of "Single Ladies", Beyonce showcases it all. She also performs alot from her "I Am... Sasha Fierce" album as well. She's all for her fans and that shines through on this incredible concert DVD. So fellow Beyonce fans, if you haven't already made this purchase, I'm advising you to do so now...


(7 1/2 of 10)

A young woman is tortured by a demonic ghost who is haunting her in an attempt to take possession of her body and cross over into our world. Ghost stories usually aren't my thing, but I liked it. It was suspenseful and entertaining and I guess that's all you can really ask for from this type of film. It's pretty atmospheric and creepy as it plays on the "evil children" angle.


(7 of 10)

After a young boy finds what appears to be some sort of strange rock, it soon hatches to reveal the most legendary creature the world has ever seen, the mythical Water Horse. Adventures ensue in this heart-warming tale of friendship and courage. It's a worthy addition to your family's movie collection.


(7 1/2 of 10)

Deep in the jungle, several bodies are found skinned and hanging from trees... these are victims of the Predator! It loves to hunt and is in it for the kill. Arnold Schwazenegger finds himself face to face with the creature and soon a fight to the death ensues... This is the original film that spawned a hit franchise. And a worthy one at that, if you haven't seen this Sci-fi / Action classic, you should seek it out.


(7 1/2 of 10)

Okay, so the storyline is kinda strange: God puts a hit out on mankind when he decides humans are no longer worthy of their own existence. And the hitmen are angels from Heaven... Yes, very strange indeed. But this makes for an interesting film though. It's very well acted and has some outstanding fight sequences. If you haven't seen it, give it a try.


(7 of 10)

A young couple find themselves besieged by a trio of psychopaths that taunt them from outside their home until eventually breaking in to cause even more mayhem and terror. Liv Tyler gives an amazing performance in this suspenseful flick. It's quite slow-paced though. For the first quarter of the film, there is very little spoken dialogue. And this is what stopped me from sitting through the film when I rented it when it first hit DVD shelves. But after finding it on Blu-Ray for $5.00, I decided to give it another shot. And I can't say that I regret it.


(8 1/2 of 10)

A teenage boy returns home from military school to find that his mother has a new man in her life... One that's hiding a very dark and very deadly secret! When neighbors start coming up dead, the boy, played by Penn Badgley, begins to suspect his new Stepfather is to blame. And he's right! Filled with suspense and thrills, this one should be on your viewing list. I mean, considering it was released in theaters with a PG-13 rating, I skipped it. But now it's on DVD and Blu-Ray in all its glory, Uncut and Unrated.

Saturday, November 27, 2010


(10 of 10)

I usually despise spoof movies, but since I'm a fan of the Twilight Saga, I gave it a shot. Coming off the success of Stephenie Meyer's book-to-screen vampire love triangle, it was bound to happen eventually. And it's actually pretty damn funny. That's if you don't take it too seriously. I mean, you have to have a sense of what you're getting into before you dive in. It's mindless, and ridiculous, and totally worth the rental.


(8 1/2 of 10)

Following the original film, the mummified body of Imhotep is once again awakened to resume his quest for immortality. Filled with just as much action and adventure as the first, it's truly a worthy sequel and should not be missed.

THE MUMMY (1999)

(9 of 10)

The Mummy is based loosely on the classic 1932 Horror film of the same title. It tells the story of a group of people exploring the long lost city of Hamunaptra in Egypt who accidentally resurrect a mummy. I remember seeing this when it first came out and I thoroughly enjoyed the story - it's just a fun movie. Full of effects and non-stop action and excitement. Yes, the effects are somewhat dated, but with CGI always evolving, it's hard to not make that statement about a film that's over 10 years old.


(9 of 10)

An average college student, Dave (Jay Baruchel), is thrust into the world of Magic and Sorcery after he is recruited by Balthazar (Nicolas Cage) to become his apprentice. He must learn to hone his powers and stop a malevolent wizard from unleashing a powerful sorceress who's mission is to destroy the world as we know it. Based loosely on the short segment in Walt Disney's Fantasia, this film is definitely worth a viewing at your next family movie night.


(8 of 10)

Universal Studios has reinvented the classic Wolfman tale for a new generation. And it was done pretty well. They amped up the intensity as well as the gore levels. It does have it's slow-paced parts and I think that's the films only downfall. Benicio Del Toro and Emily Blunt give stellar performances throughout the film. If you're a fan of the original or suspenseful horror, you should give this a shot.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010


( 7 of 10)

This is a sex-soaked Drama that follows multiple story lines throughout the entire film. I generally don't like films that jump from person to person but I actually didn't mind this one... There's men hooking up in bathrooms, a dinner party from Hell, a gay-basher, and a young boy that secretly watches his neighbor from across the street while masturbating... It's twisted to say the least, and very sexually explicit. So if this doesn't sound like your cup of tea then I'd probably skip it.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

PIRANHA (1978)

(8 of 10)

Albeit quite cheesy, it's still rather enjoyable. Since the remake is on the fast track to hitting the home video market very soon, I figured I'd review the original film first... The original follows a female investigator searching for a couple of missing teenagers. This eventually leads her to a testing site where she finds some of their belongings by a test pool. Then she drains it and unknowingly unleashes scores of genetically-enhanced Piranha into the nearby waters... It soon becomes a race against the clock for her and a man she meets along the way, Paul, to stop the Piranha from reaching a nearby Camp full of unsuspecting children who will no doubt fall victim to the flesh-eating monsters if they don't reach them in time.

This is a fun little film and if you don't take it too seriously and take it for what it is, a popcorn flick, I think you'll enjoy it as well.

Thursday, November 18, 2010


I have always enjoyed the ANOES Franchise and have ALWAYS been a hardcore-fan of Freddy. So, now that the reboot has arrived on Video Store shelves all over the globe, I think it's time for a film-by-film breakdown of one of my Favorite Horror Franchises:

(10 of 10)

One, Two, Freddy's coming for you... You know, I really don't think that Wes Craven could have ever imagined how huge this movie was going to get. It tells the unforgettable story about a group of high-schooler's who are being hunted in their sleep by a maniacal madman who is horribly burned and dons a dirty red and green sweater and a Razor-Glove on his right hand. Heather Langenkamp portrays the role of Nancy, a sort of "leader" of the Elm Street kids. She's determined to put an end to Freddy Krueger before he kills all of her friends. This is what Horror is about! It was a staple of what to expect of Horror in the 80's. And it was simply... amazing!

(9 1/2 of 10)

I only hate the fact that this doesn't include Nancy. It does however, include her house. This takes place after Nancy and her family have moved off Elm Street and a new family has moved in. Teenage Jessy is now being haunted by Freddy in his sleep after moving into her house and now Freddy wants to use him as his "vessel" so he can cross over into the real world. So it's up to Jessy to fight him off before Freddy's reign of terror reaches the surface. This is full of cool special effects and death sequences. The open sequence with the school bus is worth the rental cost alone. A lot of people complain about the "gay" undertones, and I however, enjoy them. I think it adds a little comedy to the mix. It's definitely a worthy addition to the franchise.

(10 of 10)

And Nancy returns!!! I think this may be my absolute favorite entry in the franchise because it deals with the "last of the Elm Street children". The final teenagers who's parents were directly responsible for the death of Krueger are now all in a mental institution. But that hasn't stopped Freddy from picking them off one by one. Nancy leads the kids into a face-to-face war against Freddy in an attempt to end him once and for all. This one is made very well and includes some nice cameos such as Laurence Fishburne and John Saxon. It also introduces a new leading heroin, Kristin.

(10 of 10)

Freddy returns to finish off the last of the "dream warriors" and is inadvertently introduced to a whole slew of new teenagers. Kristin "pulls" Alice, a good friend of hers, into her nightmare and passes on her dream "powers". Alice must now take the reigns on the quest to stop Freddy's massacre. I think that introducing a new leading lady and, SPOILER: killing off the last one in the first act is a very tricky thing to do. But the way it was done with this film, it was almost seamless. It's by far, one of the best installments in the series.

(8 of 10)

Now this one I had a bit of an issue with... So now Alice is pregnant and her baby is having nightmares. This, even for me, is a little far-fetched. We get a whole lot of back story and you would think there's a huge pay-off coming at the end of the movie, but there really isn't. This movie went in a very weird direction and it slowed down the pace of the entire film quite a bit. I still liked it, but it definitely could have been better.

(7 of 10)

Alright, for this being marketed as the epic finale that everyone has been waiting for, it wasn't that good. This time Freddy Krueger is hunting the last surviving Elm Street kid and his long-lost daughter. He is eventually brought face-to-face with his daughter and it's a literal fight to the death. I think this is a great concept that was poorly executed. It's great for a straight-up sequel but it somehow lacks the appeal of the previous films too much to be a definitive "ending". I of course still liked it because it was a Freddy movie.

(8 1/2 of 10)

This takes place outside of the mythology of all the previous films. A risky move indeed, but it still paid off really well... Heather Langenkamp (playing herself) is being stalked by a crazed fan who keeps sending weird letters and keeps calling her home. After her husband dies after falling asleep at the wheel and she discovers slash marks on his lifeless body, she begins to suspect that his death was more than an accident. She soon discovers that Freddy has entered the real world and the only way to defeat him is to become "Nancy" one last time... Full of direct nods to the first film, it's hard not to enjoy this film. True, it stumbles in some spots but altogether it's a worthy sequel to the original classic.

(9 1/2 of 10)

Two of Horror's greatest icons are face to face in an all-out battle... winner kills all. This was definitely a cheese-fest but it's really entertaining. It's got a hot new cast and some really awesome death sequences. Freddy is back on his A-game in this installment.

(7 of 10)

Now this is an alright film but I cannot get past the fact that Freddy Krueger was played by someone other than Robert Englund. I mean Robert Englund IS Freddy Kruger. This fact alone really crippled me on enjoying the film. But I gave it a shot anyway... and I wasn't impressed with it at all. The story wasn't that intriguing to me. It was nice to see it updated for the next generation but it fell short of how entertaining the previous entries were. But I will say it had some really cool special effect sequences (I mean dream scenes, certainly not the horrible makeup of Freddy).


(9 of 10)

This, in my opinion, is the best entry in the franchise. I was skeptical at first, but I was pleasantly surprised by the movie. It follows a gang of warriors (in their own way) who have been dropped on a rogue planet with no idea what they're doing there. They soon find out that they've just become the prey in a horrifying game of Cat and Mouse. They must fight like hell to survive against the Predators if they want to get back to Earth... alive. I really enjoyed the movie and I think that if you like Action flicks, you probably will too.


(8 1/2 of 10)

This film follows the Predator ship crash-landing in a small town on Earth and unleashing Aliens along with the Half-breed Predalien. Now, another Predator has come to Earth to stop the Alien infestation... This, to me, is a more entertaining film than the first AVP because it's faster-paced and even more action-packed. My only complaint is that it didn't need to be filmed quite so dark. I mean, there are times when you literally cannot tell what's happening. Other than that little mishap it's a very enjoyable film.


(8 of 10)

Merging two iconic franchises together is ALWAYS a delicate process but I think this achieved that pretty well. After a group of archeologists descend miles below the earth's surface and discover an underground temple, they soon realize that they're not alone. This flick is action-packed and well-paced. Yes, it could have been better but I can't complain too much because it was still done really well. See it.


(9 1/2 of 10)

Picking up directly where "House of 1,000 Corpses" left off, this stunning sequel to the cult classic does what is rarely accomplished in Hollywood Horror... It outshines its predecessor! Yes indeed, even with Mother Firefly being recast, it's an undeniably better flick than "House of 1,000 Corpses". It's more action-packed, scarier, and even more twisted and brutal. Baby, Captain Spaulding and Otis return to unleash hell on earth to everyone that gets in their way. And even those they seek out just for the hell of it. Whether you're a fan of the slasher genre, or horror in general, everyone will find something that they like about this film.


(9 of 10)

Rob Zombie's directorial debut will go down in history as an undeniable Cult Classic. It's a creepy little tale of a group of thrill-seekers searching for a local legend: Dr. Satan. But what they find along the way is much more terrifying... A demented family of sick, twisted and maniacal murderers. This film is great and it's overflowing with unique characters that yo surely won't forget any time soon. If you haven't seen it, you should because it's actually quite entertaining.


(10 of 10)

This film is so underrated that it's ridiculous. It's an amazing story... and an undeniable tearjerker. When a little girl (who was genetically-engineered before birth and born to keep her sister alive) files a lawsuit to the rights over making decisions over her own body, all hell breaks loose within her family. You see, her sister is dying of leukemia and needs a kidney to survive and the girl doesn't want to give it to her. (There's more to the story, I assure you. But I don't want to give anything away.) The mother is played by Cameron Diaz and up until this film I thought she was only capable of borderline-comedies. Well I stand corrected because she is phenomenal in this outstanding drama... I highly recommend it.

FAME (2009)

(8 of 10)

I liked this quite a bit... It's a retelling of the original classic and in essence, stays pretty true to the original storyline. It's definitely updated for a new generation and has some spectacular dance sequences. So all-in-all I enjoyed it. But as far as the actors go in this film, you probably WON'T Remember Their Names.


(10 of 10)

I'll admit it, I'm a huge "underwater creature movies" fanatic. And I LOVE Shark flicks. I've seen some really, really horrible ones in the past. So when you see a really good one you certainly appreciate it. This is, hands down, the BEST shark flick since the JAWS franchise. It's got some amazing special effects and an intriguing story. If you like creatures features, I say sink your teeth into this one...


(6 1/2 of 10)

Although this has a different actress playing the role of Angela, it at least follows the story of the first movie. It's pretty good in it's own defense. Although it's certainly lacking the showstopper moments the first one has, it's still entertaining. This one has leans a little more toward the horror-comedy genre with some gross-out gore sequences. It's still a nice little popcorn flick.

*Please note that the film is in English, but I could only find this German trailer:


(10 of 10)

This should be on every horror lover's list. It's such a fun Halloween Horror flick. It's full of scares and gore and plenty of demons. Angela is sooo creepy after she gets possessed as are the rest of the hellish creatures. I love the 80s feel of this frightful classic and if you haven't seen it, I really think you should seek it out.


(8 1/2 of 10)

I have never seen the original, but this was a really fun film. The villains were cool and quite brutal, it was filmed very well and the acting was pretty good. (Well aside from Paris Hilton of course) And it actually had a pretty good story as its base. The effects were executed decently as well. If you haven't seen it, I highly recommend it...


(9 of 10)

A lot of people loved this film when it first came out and later despised it for being too cheesy. I however didn't. In fact, I went out and purchased the Blu-Ray and gave it another viewing a couple months back. I still like it and and I still think it's a very creepy little film. And it just goes to show that you don't need a multi-million-dollar budget to scare the hell out of an audience. And that still holds true today, as it still had the ability to freak me out.


(6 1/2 of 10)

You know, I didn't hate it. And it was actually more interesting than the trailer seemed. It's about this poor young guy who has to battle the angry exes of his current love interest and it's actually kinda funny. I didn't really expect that from this film so I was pleasantly surprised.


(7 of 10)

Okay, I loved the first one and really liked the second but this one was a little bit different than the others... It was almost too serious and moody for my taste. The villain teddy bear was a little too mean (comparatively to the villains in the previous entries) and I kind of found a couple moments quite depressing.

Like when the toys were about to be incinerated at the dump and they all held hands, ready to die together. That was a little bizarre and out of character for this franchise I think. But none-the-less, it STILL had plenty of fun moments that I really did enjoy and I still think that if you enjoyed the first 2 films that you really should give this one a shot.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010


(10 of 10)

This is my absolute favorite Disney film of all time and I simply adore it. It has absolutely everything you could possibly want in a film: Adventure, a beautiful heroin, funny sidekicks, romance, adventure, action and the most unforgettable villain you will ever see in a Disney film, URSULA. I have loved this film ever since I was a child. If you don't own this or have never seen it, I think the very next thing on your to-do list is to seek it out!


(9 of 10)

I have to say for a straight-to-video Disney sequel it was done really well. The original Little Mermaid is probably my favorite Disney tale and I remember being ecstatic when I heard a sequel was in the works. I liked it, my only complaint is that there wasn't a whole lot of Ariel. I get it, they wanted to tell the story of her daughter... but come on, there could have been a whole lot more of Ariel, or mermaids in general. But none-the-less it's still entertaining and has a fun new villain, Morgana, who is the sister of Ursula...


(10 of 10)

Like most other Disney Classics, Beauty and the Beast has and probably forever will, stand the test of time. It's a great feeling knowing that a film will truly live forever and be passed on from generation to generation. I simply adore the elegant beauty of this film and the timeless tale about loving someone for who they truly are and not what they APPEAR to be... I recently picked this up on Blu-Ray and I was astounded at how vibrant and real the picture seemed to be. It was true Disney Magic at its finest... If you don't own this film you're certainly missing out.


(10 of 10)

I have waited to see this since I heard about it being in production way back when, and my anticipation had been building ever since... Well there's two things I can tell you right off the bat: 1.) It's not as good as the first, and 2.) It's just as good in it's own defense. See, the problem with remakes is that you always want to compare the two based on story and execution but this isn't what I would consider a "Remake" but rather a "Re-Imagining". So take notes Hollywood, re-doing a film based on it's title alone and not the story should be referred to as a "Re-Imagining" and not a "Remake".

Well now that I'm done ranting, I would like to say that this film is pretty much the deal. It's brimming with blood and gore and... DEMONS! It's a fun little popcorn flick and a true crowd pleaser. I would have loved to have caught it in theaters but it wasn't playing around where I live so I had to get it on Blu-Ray, which, by the way was definitely worth the purchase. I recommend that you hunt it down immediately!


(10 of 10)

Absolutely!!!!! This was great. Bow Wow stars as Kevin Carson, a young guy living in the projects who wins a Multi-Million Dollar Lottery. But because he wins on the weekend of July 4th, he's unable to turn it in for the next three days... So after the neighborhood gets wind of his new-found fortune, he has to do everything in his power to hold on to that ticket long enough to cash it in. It's alot of fun and completely entertaining... highly recommended.


(6 of 10)

Well, it's quite different than I expected... I expected it to be about Charlie forgiving himself for the inadvertent death of his brother while he was behind the wheel of a vehicle and eventually moving on with his life after falling in love with some girl. (Based on the trailer, it was a pretty good assumption) But no, he's kind of crazy in a whole I-Can-See-Dead-People sort of way and (without spoiling the film too much) I still don't understand some of the final act. The story definitely has it's holes but it's still semi-entertaining... I'd say catch in on cable or rent it if everything you were wanting to rent was already gone.

Monday, November 15, 2010


(10 of 10)

Beautifully acted and directed. It's as unnerving as a film of this nature can possibly get... What do you do when you are left on a ski lift after the resort closes down for the next five days? You try to survive. That's precisely the case when 3 young people are stranded up high above the ground, freezing to death. This is an intense film, and it sort of stays with you a while after the credits roll. I highly recommend it!!

Monday, January 25, 2010


(8 of 10)

This campy low-budget Werewolf flick is actually pretty decent. It's about a young girl who finds out the horrific truth about her new neighbor after some of the locals start turning up missing - He's a Werewolf! Like I said, it's not bad considering there are literally dozens of crappier werewolf flicks on the shelf today. I wouldn't go out of my way to get it, but if you pass it in the video store and can't find anything else, grab it.


(10 of 10)

Juliette Lewis is phenomenal in this movie!!! I really can't believe the dynamite range she has when she's acting. She's irresistible as Carla Tate, a slightly mentally disabled young woman who struggles to break free from her over-protective mother, Elizabeth (Diane Keaton). Carla meets an equally challenged young man and they soon form an unbreakable bond with one another. It's a feel-good Romantic Dramedy that has an undeniable power to entertain its audience. Rent it!


(9 of 10)

This is a very entertaining TV show!! And it's all because of Toni Collette. She is simply divine as she portrays a middle-aged wife and mother of two, who suffers from Disassociative Personality Disorder - AKA - Multiple Personalities. As her personalities fight each other to be known to the world, Tara tries to keep her life in balance. The Show's great, I say rent it!


(6 1/2 of 10)

WHITEOUT's trailer was quite appealing and looked very promising. Well, unfortunately, the film itself was very lackluster at best. It has a pretty good storyline but it was poorly executed. To me, it felt very long and drawn-out. It was by all means nothing like the action-packed, suspenceful trailer. In my opinion, I say save yourself the time and watch the trailer...


(8 1/2 of 10)

Julia Roberts stars as a young woman who takes a job as caretaker for a young man who is suffering from leukemia. Her only job is to help him through his reactions to chemotherapy and take care of him, instead she falls in love with him in this romantic drama about life and its true meaning. This is a beautiful film and I highly recommend it...


(9 of 10)

This modern take on the classic fairytale starring Brandy and Whitney Houston is mesmerizing. It's full of beautiful costumes and music and is wonderfully acted. Bernadette Peters & Whoopi Goldberg co-star in this flawless Made-For-TV Adaptation.


(4 of 10)

This was good for a 1-Time viewing at the very best. I only wanted to see this because it was a spoof on TWILIGHT. Now, it could have been fun and entertaining... but it really wasn't. If I had to hear any of the "Actors" in this "Movie" reference Finger-Bang one more time, I was going to have to smash the disc into pieces...
If you want to see it because it's a spoof on Twilight, then let that be your only reason. Otherwise, skip it.

Sunday, January 10, 2010


(10 of 10)

Sorority Row is high-energy, fast-paced fun. The beginning of the film rolls out like "I Know What You Did Last Summer" as the sisters of Theta Pi inadvertently kill one of their Sorority Sisters and make a pact to keep her death a secret... The movie itself is a whole lot of fun. Especially when viewed with a group of friends. It's an awesome popcorn flick with some pretty cool death sequences and a nice twist ending. Go rent it!

Monday, January 4, 2010


Alright, here we go with the FINAL DESTINATION Franchise review... I thoroughly enjoyed every installment in this saga. They all had plenty of twists and turns, along with their fair share of thrills & chills. I'm gonna break it all down for you starting with:


(10 of 10)

Once in a while, there comes a film that re-defines the teen slasher genre. Here is the film that re-defined that title by having "DEATH" be the villain that's knocking off helpless teens with no apparent escape. And in so many creative ways! It tells the story of a boy that 'sees' the plane he's traveling to Paris on explode upon lift-off. He then gets himself and a group of people thrown off the plane, as it explodes minutes later, just like in his premonition. They've all escaped death, but not for long... This is a great Thriller / Horror film that really took the genre to the next level. And if you haven't seen it, you need to go rent it immediately!


(10 of 10)

It's very rare for a sequel to mesh so flawlessly with its predecessor, but this film does it. If you were to watch Final Destination and this film, FD2 together they will play out like one movie. It's hip, entertaining and scary as hell. This one tells the story of how other people were affected by the rift in death's "design" and how "Death" goes about cleaning up the aftermath. I loved it! This is a worthy follow-up to the smash hit original feature!


(9 1/2 of 10)

This one starts off with a fresh storyline and a whole new group of fresh faces to die in horrific and gory ways. It keeps the Premonition aspect as a young woman sees her friends being killed on a roller coaster that goes awry at an amusement park. And of course, she gets them off only to get them on Death's hit list so they can die in even more gruesome ways. This film is great fun and the death scenes are exquisitely elaborate. The "Nail Gun" scene is my favorite sequence. And if you don't know what I mean, and you enjoyed the first two films, go rent it for yourself.


(9 of 10)

This one brings it to the streets! Or should I say Tracks, as in Race Tracks. That's the setting for the latest installment in this uber-popular franchise. A young man sees a "vision" of a raceway engulfing in flames and killing everybody in it! He then flashbacks to before it happens and gets his friends and some other people out of the raceway before it happens. They all think they just got lucky, but they were dead-wrong! This one was presented in 3D at the Cinema and it was amazing in 3D! On Blu-ray and DVD however, not so much. And because it was shot for the "3D Effect", it looks kinda cheesy in some parts (and some deaths). It's quite a short film, but it definitely packs in a whole lot of entertainment.


(7 1/2 of 10)

CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS doesn't take itself very seriously and that works very well for this film. It feels alot like "Meet the Robinsons" meets "Jimmy Neutron"... Your kids will love it. Anna Faris brings to life another lauhg-out-loud funny character. I enjoyed it, so I say give it a shot if you like this type of animation.

Saturday, January 2, 2010


(10 of 10)

This tongue-in-cheek Horror-Comedy is not to be missed! 2 luckless young men and a group of hot young women are held up in a remote cottage surrounded by beautiful lesbian vampires! Thrills and chills ensue. The special effects are done really well considering the film's limited budget. It kind of reminds me of "Tales from the Crypt: Bordello of Blood" with its comedic moments. All-in-all it's a fun little film that I recommend seeing.

Friday, January 1, 2010


(8 1/2 of 10)

Now here's a fun little film that goes to show you things aren't always what they seem. It's slick, fast-paced fun! On their honeymoon in Hawaii, a young couple learn about a couple that has just killed another honeymooning couple on the same Island that they're traveling on... and they fear that they're next when an all-to-helping young couple offers to guide them to there final destination. It's a classic who-dunnit with a shocking, suspenseful twist! I highly recommend it.


(10 of 10)

A worthy follow-up to the smash-hit 2007 film! The boys are back... and this time they've got company: The Chippettes! The two trios go head-to-head in a singing competition to compete to win $25,000 to save their school's struggling music program. Just when I thought the first one was un-toppable, I was more than proven wrong. This "Squeakquel" is full of show-stopping musical numbers, which are only matched by the non-stop laughter that ensues throughout the entire film... You and your family should definitely check this out this holiday season!


(10 of 10)

With me having just seen the "Squeakquel" that just came out last week I figured I'd give my review of the original film as well... I loved it! I loved the Chipmunks as a kid and seeing them re-imagined for a whole new generation to enjoy is great to me. I think that the spirit of the original is still very much alive in this modern adaptation. If you and your family hasn't seen this yet, you're missing out!