"A brigade of union soldiers find Matt LeBlanc crucified upside down with a belt buckle from the Alabama 51st Brigade shoved in his mouth. As awesome as that sounds, it’s not worth getting excited about."
"Mix this with some dangerous character types such as violent prisoners who are so bad that they can't be trusted around any other life forms, and you should have yourself the trappings of a nice little space scare. "
"Moira is a braless, unmarried single woman in her thirties who has just moved into a house on the outskirts of town. Because of her seclusion and single status, the town's religious zealots start rumors that Moira is a witch and a whore."
"Unless someone with a distinct creative vision wants to completely overhaul the Stateside version of this simplistic franchise, the only person who should consider another entry is the creator himself, Takashi Shimizu."
"If they were smart the filmmakers would have sold this thing to Vivid entertainment and let them cut in some sex scenes. The producers would have likely made more money and been spared having to read reviews like this one."
"Audiences burned out on the flashy, overly articulate, 'beautiful people' take on teenagers that most current American horror films take will be relieved that the Aussie teens in “Acolytes” are as foolish and moody as the real thing."
"Linkeroever plays as a dramatic horror film. Events that in any other genre would add up to perfectly banal relationship tensions and melodrama, instead lead to surprising and sometimes supernatural conclusions."
"With their skin-crawlingly scary 2002 masterpiece 'The Eye,' Hong Kong-born filmmakers the Pang brothers (aka Danny and Oxide Pang) helped define the Asian horror genre, giving birth to an endless stream of sequels and rip-offs..."
"Despite the filmmakers' many interviews where they profess to be 'huge fans' of Kelly's original film, they show a clear lack of understanding as to what made 'Donnie Darko' so compelling in the first place."
"Man, a post-apocalyptic flick starring Vinnie Jones, Louis Skulnick (Robert Carridine), and Michael Madsen? Sign me up, this shit’s gotta be off the hook! At least that’s what I was hoping for as I approached the DVD player."