*Click the pics of the movies we've reviewed for the full breakdown. For those we haven't reviewed, we'll give it a quick on the spot grade so you'll know what we thought.
Not quite as horror thriller-ish as we thought it might be, The Hunter was a good flick none the less. If you're a Willem Dafoe fan, you might like it. It's definitely more in drama territory than horror though. Grade: B
(MOTH DIARIES REVIEWED) This was an odd little movie that we liked, but wish we'd liked more. It's definitely geared more toward a teen audience. Grade: C
We thought the trailer for The Darkest Hour looked pretty interesting, but alas, the movie pretty much sucks. It had its good points, but when all was said and done, this was a shoddy movie that belonged on SYFY, not in theaters. Grade: D
(EPISODE 50 REVIEWED) We were not fans of this one. It was flat, not scary at all, and failed as a found footage flick. It had potential, but didn't deliver. We didn't really grade it when we reviewed it, but if we had, it would be somewhere near this... Grade: D
(HIDDEN REVIEWED) One of the worst horror movies (or any type of movie) that we've seen in recent years. There was nothing redeemable about this junker. If you enjoy pain, feel free to check it out. Grade: DO NOT WANT.
(WICKER TREE REVIEWED) Barely passable. This is one sequel that really should never have been made. It contains nothing that made 1973's The Wicker Man so good. It's not good. Grade: D+
One of the coolest martial arts flicks of all time, Shogun Assassin is bloody, crazy and ridiculously quotable. Seriously, as old school chop-socky movies go, this one is aces. Must own. Grade: A
So there's the quick word on those flicks. Now we're of to check out the ones we haven't seen. Wish us luck.