The best Scream sequel, so far. Taking place 11 years after the events of Scream 4, respectfully, this installment brings back some familiar faces from the franchise, as well as pumping some new blood into it. Like the Scream films before, it's self referencing, and very meta ... Probably the most meta of any of the films in the series. The kills were the most vicious out of all of them in the series (part 4 has the incredible intestine…
I've genuinely been waiting to see something new from Fred Vogel (directing wise...not just worked on), for 10 years, following "Sella Turcica". Just like "Sella Turcica", Fred puts the splatter we've been accustomed to with his work, on the back burner, and instead, focuses more on the acting and story of the movie. This is NOT a Toe Tag Pictures release movie. Yes, there's elements of Toe Tag there (various cast and crew that have worked on TTP before), but…
I have yet to see a single person say that Verotika is a good movie. I get it. I get what Danzig was doing with this. The whole movie feels like a late 60s early 70s European piece. Yeah, some of the acting is hit or miss, but that doesn't affect my enjoyment of a movie like this at all.
I love the Gore, nudity (this IS a Verotika movie after all), the zoom ins, the colors, the reaction to…
I feel bad for this film. I know that when the trailers first came out, all people could talk about when referring to this movie was, "that movie with Channing Tatum as an elf". I finally got the chance to see this and it was actually a not only entertaining sci-fi film, but an action packed one as well. Everyone did great in the film, you can tell the budget was INSANE....everything about the flick I liked. I would say this is my favorite film by the Wachowski siblings. Great flick. Definitely give it a shot when it comes out for rental.