"Tremors 5" is actually a decent sequel, which might sound like an impossible sentence to form after you discover that Jamie Kennedy and the guy who directed "Lake Placid: The Final Chapter", "Who's Your Caddy?", "Kindergarten Cop 2", "Sniper: Legacy", "Sniper: Ghost Shooter", "Jarhead 2: They'll Make A Sequel Out Of Anything" are both involved, yet it is.
"Tremors 4: The Legend Begins" is...OK, at least in parts. When I rented it in 2004, I was underwhelmed, but I think it has gotten a little better with age.
"Kill Zone 2" is definitely a sequel to "Kill Zone", sharing similar strengths and weaknesses.
"Tremors 3: Back to Perfection" is not very good, but at least the cast seems to be having fun and I do believe the filmmakers tried their best with very little to work with.
"Never Back Down: No Surrender" finally puts the spotlight on Case Walker, giving us the protagonist we've always deserved in a movie that doesn't really deserve him as the protagonist.
"Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers" is very formulaic, seemingly borrowing all of its ideas from other popular 80's flicks, but it executes all of the cliches and conventions of the genre with skill and style.
I loved "Shin Godzilla" and it met my high expectations, even if it's not necessarily for everyone.
"Skiptrace" is just a blatant attempt to recreate the winning formula of "Rush Hour" and ESPECIALLY "Shanghai Noon".
"Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2" sucks, although it has a few points of interest.
"The Blair Witch Project" is perhaps the definite example of fear being subjective, because if it doesn't frighten you, it will bore and annoy you...As it once did me...