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“The Emoji Movie” is the worst reviewed movie of the summer — but it’s not the worst reviewed film of all time. Check which ones are, courtesy of Rotten Tomatoes. “Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever” (2002) Average Score: 2.59 # of Reviews: 116 Tomatometer: 0 Cast: Antonio Banderas, Lucy Liu “One Missed Call” (2008) Average Score: 2.48 # of Reviews: 80 Tomatometer: 0 Cast: Shannyn Sossamon, Edwards Burns “Pinocchio” (2002) Average Score: 2.36 # of Reviews: 55 Tomatometer: 0 Cast: Roberto Benigni, Nicoletta Braschi “A Thousand Words” (2012) Average Score: 3.18 # of Reviews: 54 Tomatometer: 0 Cast: Eddie Murphy, Kerry Washington, Allison Janney “Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2” (2004) Average Score: 2.17 # of Reviews: 45 Tomatometer: 0 Cast: Jon Voight, Scott Baio “National Lampoon’s »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
Here’s the latest episode of the 365Flick podcast, part of the ever-growing podcast roster here on Nerdly. If you haven’t heard the show yet, you can check out previous episodes on Podomatic and Libsyn, whilst we’ll be featuring each and every new episode as it premieres.
365Flicks Podcast – Episode 80: Spider-Man Homecoming, Top 5 Re-Watchable Movies, Eat Locals and more!
Well guys we have fixed our Audio and be sound bloody great so we decided to treat you all with another jam packed awesome show. Once we get done with the intro and Banter we bring you all the News that has taken our interest this last few weeks with Joe Pesci coming out of retirement and Ridley Scott hinting at Ripley in his Alien prequels.
Then its Just the Pilot time with Fox show Shots Fired, How did we feel?? and would we keep watching??? Its review »
- Phil Wheat
Directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa.
After a computer programmer commits suicide his friends start to experience strange happenings through their computers.
Arrow Video delve back into their vault of millennial J-horror with Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s 2001 cult favourite Pulse, a morose meditation on isolation, death and its impact on those left behind through the filter of the dawning internet age. Like many Japanese horror movies Pulse has two main plotlines running through it, the first being a story about a worker at a plant shop who has been missing for a few days after reportedly working on a computer disc. When one of his colleagues goes to visit him to see what has happened he hangs himself, prompting his friends to look at what he has been working on and discovering disturbing images on his computer.
The second story sees a »
- Amie Cranswick
Dimension Films has released the first trailer for the upcoming horror film Polaroid. The film follows a teenager who stumbles upon a vintage Polaroid camera that also happens to kill everyone who gets their picture taken with it. The concept is simple, and I like that. It's familiar because it works. The Ring. Final Destination. It Follows. They're all about an unstoppable approaching force of death and they all work in different ways. With a concept like this it's all about the execution -- just compare the American and Japanese versions of One Missed Call. Polaroid is the … »
- Haleigh Foutch
Most people tend to shun remakes of any variety, but horror remakes in particular get a lot of guff. It's understandable in a lot of ways, particularly since we're coming off a decade riddled with ill-conceived projects like The Fog, One Missed Call, Pulse, When a Stranger Calls and A Nightmare on Elm Street. But when a remake is in the right artistic hands, you can get something all-time great. Granted, it doesn't happen all that often, but we will will always keep some small flame...
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Most people tend to shun remakes of any variety, but horror remakes in particular get a lot of guff. It's understandable in a lot of ways, particularly since we're coming off of a decade riddled with ill-conceived projects like The Fog, One Missed Call, Pulse, When A Stranger Calls and A Nightmare on Elm Street. But when a remake is in the right artistic hands, you can get something all time great. Granted, it doesn't happen all that often, but we will will always keep some small flame of optimism burning thanks to successful remakes like The Fly, The Blob and The Thing. Hopefully soon we can add Suspiria to that list. Nobody is really clamoring for a remake of Dario Argento's iconic 1977 horror movie about murder at a prestigious ballet academy. That's why...
- Peter Hall
Remember when Asian horror was all the rage? There were fantastic films being spoken of like Ringu, One Missed Call, Kairo, A Tale of Two Sisters, Whispering Corridors, Three Extremes, The Eye, Shutter, and so many more. It was the… Continue Reading →
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- Jonathan Barkan
A new round of Halloween shirts from Terror Threads has arrived. Also in today's Horror Highlights: six preview pages from Broken Moon: Legends of the Deep #3, details on Lynn Lowry's upcoming appearance at this year's Women in Horror Film Festival, The Road Trip Project, and the third episode of Dead Town.
Terror Threads Halloween Shirts Photos & Release Details: From Terror Threads: "Part 1 of our Officially Licensed John Carpenter's Halloween Collection is Now Available for purchase at Terrorthreads.Com"
Broken Moon: Legends of the Deep #3 Preview Pages Revealed: "The ocean holds many secrets... and in the post-apocalypse, they're coming into the open! First gill men, then the demented creatures known as "Tok-tok"... and now, David, Avery, and Keeney — survivors of the attack on Vampire City — have come bearing tales of mysterious "Depth Dwellers" who speak of an ancient god.
A sudden explosion has sent Korbin and To'klace's group »
- Tamika Jones
8 items from 2017
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