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WOW! Boll finally made a GOOD movie!
And not only is it good, it's great!
The main actor does a good job, but some of the other actors, especially the mother, is bad. Not that it's a big deal, since she's not that much in it.
The rampage it self is really realistic and horrific.
I didn't have any problems with the really shaky & dynamic cam, since it makes the violent scenes more disorienting & frightening.
It's got some flaws, but I liked it enough to give it a full score. I know people might disagree with me, but it's just my opinion.
As a big fan of the first Hatchet, I thought this one was a little bit disappointing, but don't get me wrong, I still liked this one.
The characters weren't as memorable (except from Tony Todd as Reverend Zombie, he was awesome!), and it wasn't as funny as the first one.
The kills were great, and much gorier than the first Hatchet (which is really gory as well) but it seemed way more low-budget at times.
So yeah, if you liked the first, you'll enjoy this one as well.
Okay, this is probably my most controversial post ever, but I'm just gonna say it...
I liked this movie.
It's offensive and stupid, but hilarious!
So yeah... Please don't judge me, lol.
Not a great movie anything completely original & new, but a little bit better than your average modern Hollywood horror movie.
It contains some creepy scenes at times, but nothing really scary.
Anthony Hopkins & Rutger Hauer is great and really creepy, as always.
Dark, violent, and actually pretty creepy at times.
I can't believe that it took me so much time to finally watch it...
Damn, this is probably the sickest, most twisted film I've ever seen.
It's way worse than Salo, Cannibal Holocaust & A Serbian Film, and it's 4 hours long!
It shows the experiments that Unit 731 preformed on it's victims.
Part documentary, part art film, it's designed to make you feel sick. The visuals, the sounds, watching it makes you feel physically ill.
I'd recommend the documentary part of it to people that's interested in unit 731, but 4 hours with torture & experiments is not recommended!
After having some time to think, I give this movie a higher score. It tries to make you feel uncomfortable (and it succeeds), and it really shows the horrors of unit 731 and the pain of it's victims. It's a war crime very few people talk about today, and the doctors went unpunished.
The victims should be remembered, and the crime should not be forgotten.
Even better than the first one! :D
It kind of counts as a re-watch, since I did see it many years ago. Didn't remember much from it, though, just the incredibly creepy t-1000.
I ended up liking it more this time, than my previous viewing of it.
I really liked the dark humor in it, but it's still a disturbing movie.
I recommend it.
I'm a big fan of the Halloween series, and this one of my favorites in it.
As a big comic book-fan, I should have watched this movie a long time ago, and I have no idea why I didn't.
I really liked it, but I thought First Class was much better.
A fantastic compilation of short stories that only lasts 5 minutes each, and still are creepy as hell!
I highly recommend this one to fans of asian horror, and horror fans in general.
One of those sequels that's better than the original.
I really liked it, but First Class is still my favorite X-men film.
Not as bad as people told me it was, but it's not as good as the two previous movies.
The acting is good, but there's some cheesy lines & parts in it.
Fantastic & really intense!
One of the best adaptations of a Stephen King book.
It's cliché, but really entertaining and much fun!
Also, Hugo Weaving as Red Skull was intimidating and threatening as all hell.
A pretty underrated horror flick.
It's got some genuinely scary parts, and it's got some creepy imagery.
The acting is actually really good, especially for this type of movie.
One of my favorite fantasy movies. It's got an awesome soundtrack, great characters, and cool effects. It's got a really interesting story as well.
A goofier, yet fun sequel to halloween 4. I find it highly enjoyable, and Donald Pleasence & Danielle Harris does a great job as usual.
I actually found it to be a really interesting and entertaining mockumentary, and not nearly as exploitative as I thought it would be.
It still contains some really disturbing clips & footage, so I can't recommend it to everyone.
Probably the most underrated film I've ever seen.
It manages to freak you out on many levels, with it's realistic documentary form, and unique storytelling.
A lot of the scenes are really memorable and nightmarish.
I highly recommend it, but it's incredibly disturbing.
Meh... It was watchable, I guess...
A pretty silly horror film. While it's not so good, it's got some funny characters, and it's very entertaining.
Definitively one of my favorite movies! :D
It's fantastic, and I highly recommend you to watch it.
Still as great as the first time I saw it.
A really brutal and dark comedy in the same vein as Kick-ass. I actually find some parts of it really shocking, especially in the climax.
The acting is great, especially from Rainn Wilson & Kevin Bacon.
I recommend it, but remember that it's not a light comedy.
Not as bad as most people say it is.
It's one of Carpenter's weaker films, but the direction is still pretty damn solid. The script & the material is to blame, since pretty much everything else in it is good.
If you're interested, you should check it out. But I can't really recommend it.
An incredibly fun throw-back to old 'alien invasion'-flicks!
Great superhero movie!
I'm really psyched to see the avengers now!
Horrible, Horrible movie! But entertaining.
The only reason to watch it is to make fun of it.
oh, and I'm being generous to it, because the director was young and did put some effort into making it.
The worst movie I've ever seen. The quality is atrocious, the effects look like crap (well, at least it's not CGI), the story is nonsense & the acting is horrible.
Olaf Ittenbach is a much worse director than Uwe Boll & Michael Bay.
I highly recommend NOT watching it.
A really trippy & unique film.
My only problem was the run time, since it could've ended much earlier.
note: not recommended to epileptic people, since it contains really much flashing lights.