MartialHorror discusses the live-action "Rurouni Kenshin" trilogy and why it's arguably the best adaptation of a manga/anime property.
"Annabelle: Creation" boasts excellent editing, cinematography and sound design, but I think it benefited a lot from the eccentric tone. Much like "Lights Out", "Annabelle: Creation" is the fun kind of horror movie, one designed to make the audience shriek and laugh at the same time.
MartialHorror takes on the Showa Era (1965-1980) of the Gamera franchise, which is often derided as the worst of the Kaiju-verse.
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I appreciated that "Assassination Games" was more interested in suspense and story than it was in spectacle.
MartialHorror rants about "Resident Evil: The Final Chapter".
RE-REVIEW: "Zombieland" is one of the few zombie flicks that I'd recommend to everyone.
MartialHorror reviews the "Daimajin" trilogy- "Daimajin", "Return of Daimajin" and "Daimajin Strikes Again", all of which are known for combining samurai drama with....Kaiju Eiga? Samurai Vs Giant Monsters? HOW HAVE I NOT SEEN THIS AWESOMENESS BEFORE!?
"Kong: Skull Island" is a highly entertaining creature feature, but isn't striving to be the dramatic tragedy that the original "King Kong" was, so should not be judged as such.
“Lifeforce” has its moments and sports some great visuals. But Hooper's vision seems to have been lost underneath heaps of bad writing, convoluted subplots and bad actors.