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"Saw VI" (2009, Tobin Bell, Costas Mandylor)

Grade C-

The sixth movie of the “Saw” franchise has the usual ingredients that fans of the series enjoy: traps that lead to gory deaths that will make the audience cringe and probably laugh, rapid-fire cuts in editing, a fast pace, and the surprise twists at the end.  235 more words

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"The Darkness" (Kevin Bacon, Radha Mitchell)

Grade C-

A family of four, including an autistic boy, takes a trip to the Grand Canyon and the boy falls into a cave that contains five stones that keep five ancient demons at bay.  506 more words

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"House On Haunted Hill" (1999, Geoffrey Rush, Famke Janssen)

Grade D+

Manny’s Movie Musings: a rich amusement park entrepreneur (played by Geoffrey Rush) and his wife invite people to join them for a night of “fun” inside the “House On Haunted Hill,” which has a bloody and sinister past.  158 more words

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"The Wall" (2017, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, John Cena)

Grade B-

If you set aside the fact that our military cannot be duped so easily as to believe that the enemy on the radio is a U.S. 254 more words

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"Halloween" (1978, Jamie Lee Curtis, John Carpenter)

Grade B

One of the first slasher movies that popularized this sub-genre of horror movies, “Halloween” broke new grounds with its style, music, and minimalist production — this was a low budget movie, after all — and scared millions of fans during its day. 156 more words

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"Straw Dogs" (1971, Dustin Hoffman, Susan George, Sam Peckinpah)

Grade B-

A highly controversial movie by director Sam Peckinpah, “Straw Dogs” stars Dustin Hoffman and Susan George as a married couple living in an English countryside who endure an escalating series of attacks by local goons. 226 more words

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"Abattoir" (2016, Dayton Callie, Jessica Lowndes, Lin Shaye)

Grade B –

A low budget horror flick, “Abattoir” is about a strange, old man (played by Dayton Callie) who buys houses where brutal crimes have happened.  291 more words

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