It has been a couple of years since I’ve last seen the movie and I hadn’t seen it since its theatrical release. It holds up pretty well. The puppet special effects look as good as they did in 1988. It’s still creepy and surprisingly more violent than I remember. Me likey.
Near perfect, proudly Canadian, haunted house movie that was partly filmed less than 5 minutes away from the house in which I grew up. The movie is 35 years old and I saw it for the first time less than 10 years ago. It is the last movie to legitimately scare me. There’s a real …
A brilliant, quiet, little horror flick. Very understated, very restrained. Mark Duplass is pitch perfect as the “Creep”. Many of strong jump scares and clever twists. This is what every found footage movie should strive to be. Big isn’t always better. Catch it on Netflix.
Terrific, little British horror that features some solid gore and some genuine jump scares. Creepy tone throughout; the ending is jaw-dropping.
Beautifully filmed Michael Mann movie. L.A. should definitely get character billing. Moody, taut, nicely paced. Cruise makes a great baddie.
Best nautical themed movie to feature David Letterman, but that’s not saying much.
I know I’m in the minority, but I loved this film. Totally ambitious, and completely riveting from start to finish.