"Krampus" is a thoroughly entertaining experience, giving you that warm and fuzzy feeling you can only experience when you see a giant jack-in-the-box eating children. There are imperfections and I think it could've been funnier and scarier, but I still had a lot of fun.
My ass invaded the nearest seat in the closest (IMAX) theater and I watched in anticipation...as yet another Summer Blockbuster of 2013 disappointed me..."Pacific Rim" is still pretty good, but it just lacked the punch- which would've presumably been provided by a giant robot- that I desired.
“Sector 7” answers the question of 'what if “The Host” sucked?'. It fails in all of its goals and was just kind of dull. It's a shame, because I do usually enjoy monster movies that take place in isolated locations.
“Dororo” is one of those 'almost good' movies. It does a lot right, yet its positive attributes are dragged down by the flaws. But I did get to see Japanese warriors fight some bizarre looking monsters, which was exactly what I wanted out of it.
It is so by the numbers and conventional that you almost start to wish that it was atrocious, so you could actually feel something about it. Instead, we just have to wallow in its mediocrity. The big shocker is how they somehow roped Kevin Costner into participating in something so blandly forgettable.