Oh another vampire movie? That’s original. And it’s a remake? Maybe I can take a nap until David Tennant shows up. WRONG. By Allie Dahl.
Category Archives: Remake
Despite having the stigma of living up to an Eternal Classic, the remake of "Dawn of the Dead" is admirably terrifying and a fine homage Romero's original. By William Davenport.
It may seem like bombast, but Peter Jackson's first action-adventure since The Lord of the Rings trilogy is a rollicking 3-hour roller coaster. By Sean Collins-Smith.
Poor CGI, unoriginal action and quite possibly the most wooden dialogue you've ever been privy to freeze "Clash" in a pillar of suck. By Sean Collins-Smith.
Remake of "Let the Right One In" finds the right balance between tribute and originality. By Michael Bolosan.
Russel Crowe, Ben Foster and Christian Bale make "3:10 to Yuma" one of the best westerns of the last 10 years. By Joseph Chirico.
Written by Johnny Cheesewhips First impressions are a-go: I wanna declare this movie a piece of donkey doop. Bonafied, stupefied, steaming crap. Only it isn’t. Really it isn’t. Poo-poo to me, then. THE STEPFATHER has an over-active kind of competency to it, a real polish; … Read More →