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Godzilla vs. Gigan
3 years ago via Flixster

Cheesy fun for everyone. Roaches from outer space come to earth to create world peace... by killing everyone including all the monsters on Monster Island. Godzilla and Anguirus won't stand for it, and when the roaches call on space monsters Gigan and King Ghidorah to help them destroy the earth our dynamic duo decide it's time to kick some space ass. Humourless comic relief from the unfunniest lead in the world is hilarious (yeah, I know that doesn't make sense, but I stand by my statement) and monster fighting mania make this a sure fire hit for those who also enjoy Godzilla at his cheesiest.

The Abortion
The Abortion (2006)
6 years ago via Flixster
½

Whew, hold your nose because here is a stinker. I could call this slow paced (when people do stuff like walk to the car, drive in the car, type on the computer, etc, it seems to be in real time)bu that would imply that it was paced. I really enjoyed d@bbe and a couple other Turkish horrors I've seen (whose names escape me) but this seems like it was made to bore you. Also, by watching this, you can see how jump scares definitely do not work, in wide shots and masters. Terrible.

Who Can Kill a Child? (Quin puede matar a un nio?)
6 years ago via Flixster

This film is charged with awesomeness, in the first degree! Creepy and effective spanish horror film by the man who brought you The House that Screamed. Follow our young couple as the take a tour on the most effed up island since Brides of Blood. Truly scary and it remain in your conscious for years to come. Excellent.

Princess
Princess (2006)
7 years ago via Flixster
½

Brilliant! Reminiscent of Bakshi's early work, this is one great vigilante film. The animation really works, adding a cartoony feel to a very grim and disturbing story. Choosing the "villain" to be the porn industry was another stroke of genius. If this doesn't make you feel a tad guilty the next time you decide to surf the net for that "special occasion" nothing will. Great stuff.

A Brighter Summer Day
9 years ago via Flixster

One of the most amazing films I've seen in a long time. Life changing.