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One of the films to watch out for in 2013 was World War Z, and it finally makes it to the big screen. Part of the excitement is due to the fact it stars Brad Pitt, as it’s quite rare to see an a-lister actor starring in a zombie movie.
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I really do hate movies like these, because they tend to give me endless sleepless nights. Why you may ask? Well because if it’s one genre that scares me, then it’s definitely this paranormal one. Vampire, Werewolves, blood and gore no problem, but ghosts and ghouls? No thanks!
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I have to say Rec 2 was a very entertaining horror film. It’s action all the way from the start to the ending. It sort of reminds me of Drag Me to Hell, in terms of entertainment value in a horror film, although the film itself is nothing like Drag Me to Hell.
The iconic horror baddie is back! Our childhood was never the same again having seen the original A Nightmare on Elm Street, and introduced to us Freddy Krueger. Personally speaking, I was terrified with the thought of having to go to sleep and the image of Freddy Krueger in my mind. Entirely my fault though, I shouldn’t have watched such films as a child.
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I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by this film, and I liked this more than I thought I would. It’s probably due to the zombie-like nature of the film, also its not a million miles away from reality. I can quite easily see a Government doing military/scientific experiments with unknown side-effects. Whether we all turn into “the crazies” is yet to be seen.
How appropriate that this horror flick should take place in a small American town called Devils Kettle. This teen horror movie actually isn’t too bad, with a few jumps here and there. Jennifer’s Body is a dark comedy horror film that should appeal to those who are into teen horrors.
Well, who would have thought there were rules to survive a zombie plague on Earth? Yes, you’ve guessed it, rules do exist. This movie is seen through the eyes of its main character Colombus (Jesse Eisenberg), who is the geeky hero of this movie and his self survival guide to not getting eaten by the living dead. Zombieland is humorous in the “Shaun of the Dead” mould, but where it differs is that the zombies are a lot more vicious and they run, yes, they run. This is where Rule No.1 comes in. I’ll leave it to you to watch it and find out how relevant the rules are, both in the commonsensical and comical ways.
Well, lets get this one out of the way. I have to say this has to be the most hyped up movie of the year, and it fails miserably. Please note, that this is just my personal opinion of mine. Yes, some people may find this movie scary, but for me, it had not even 1 aspect of the film that could be deemed potentially scary.