Monday, 30 June 2014

Review: Godzilla (2014)

IMDB rate: 7,2
Genre: Monster

Yes, you read that right. I'm actually reviewing a 2014 movie, and this time I'm pretty sure I'm not the last one who has seen it! I'm sure as hell not the first either, but hey, you can't have it all!
I've watched this movie in the cinema, which is a complete different experience of course than watching it at home. It's a 3D movie, and as usual I borrowed some 2D glasses (they turn 3D movies back to 2D, I can't see 3D unfortunately) but someone messed it up and eventually I just had 3D glasses which gave me an immense headache while watching it. This kinda sucked and I guess it did make the cinema experience a bit worse for me. Seriously, I hate this 3D rage. 

Now Godzilla might seem like a promising title, you'll expect a lot of monsters and of course a lot of Godzilla. I hate to break it to you, but there's not a whole lot of Godzilla in this movie. The first half of the movie is about some bad parasite and he looks very badass, and at first I figured that this was some twisted version of Godzilla. That the makers of the movie didn't use the Godzilla dinosaur type anymore but created an robot-like monster. It was literally in the second half of the movie that we finally got to see some of Godzilla. Luckily, it still was the dinosaur type.

A very unexpected thing to see was Godzilla's role. Now, I had never seen a Godzilla movie before this one. I knew the stories and I always heard that he was a bad monster who attacked an Japanese city. So with that in mind, I was slightly confused at first by his storyline. Now, if you don't want to know any spoilers, don't read the next part!

Godzilla is in fact the good guy in this movie. He attacks two (awesome looking!) creatures who wanted to make babies to destroy the rest of the earth. I also was a bit confused by these creatures' origin, they are old fossils and stuff, I know that, but there background story could have been explained a bit better. Same goes for Godzilla, he's the helping force of nature which is very cool, but where does he come from? I would've liked to know more about it.

This movie has quite some impressive actors in it, such as Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Juliette Binoche (Chocolat), Ken Watanabe (Inception, Batman Begins) and Aaron Taylor Johnson (Kick-Ass). I especially was curious about Bryan Cranston since he's an amazing actor in Breaking Bad. Juliette Binoche isn't bad either, it was very nice to see her name show up in this movie. What disappointed me greatly about this was the fact that both these amazing actors, spoilers, they died quite  early in the movie. Juliette Binoche's role was almost embarrassing small, I think she had 4 lines tops. Bryan Cranston's role was a bit bigger but still way too small for such an amazing actor. 
I felt like they wanted to show off with those big names in the movie, just to attract more people to watch the movie. 

I was convinced at first that Bryan Cranston would be the main character (I hadn't seen the trailer) in this movie, but surprisingly enough it was Aaron Taylor Johnson. There's nothing wrong with that though, it only was a surprising twist of events. I thought that a young actor such as Aaron Taylor Johnson did an amazing job in Godzilla. He carries almost the entire second half of the movie and his role was very surprising. I really liked him in it. 
In real life he's only 24 years old and he still looks young as well, so I wasn't too sure about him playing a father, perhaps the only thing that could've been better. Fun fact: Even though Aaron Taylor Johnson is 24 years old, he is married to the 47 year old Sam Taylor Johnson, and he has two children together with her.

Elizabeth Olsen played a smaller role and I must say that everything I've seen from her this far is pretty amazing. She is in fact a sister of best known twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen and at first I thought she would be a lot like her sisters in acting terms. Her sisters aren't really good at acting and I thought it would be the same for her, but actually, she's really good! It's quite a shame her role wasn't any bigger in this movie.
- Another amazing movie of Elizabeth Olsen is Red Lights, you should check it out!

While Ken Watanabe is an amazing actor, I thought his role in Godzilla was a bit degrading compared with his former work. His role wasn't extremely big and every time his character had to speak he was being all weird and vague. His answers were never really clear and he never looked at someone while speaking. He was just staring into the nothing or just staring right next to someone. It wasn't his best role, that's for sure. 

There were a few things in this movie that I didn't enjoy very much. For example, there are 3 helicopters flying over an area, while a group of soldiers is searching inside if everything is still secure. Apparently things weren't secure because something broke half of the building and got out. They only saw this when opening the door, while 3 helicopters are literally flying over the broken side of the building. Are they blind? Or another example, pretty much the same, 3 helicopters are flying over the woods while a group of soldiers are following a sign of a submarine. They are very surprised when they run into this, again while the helicopters are flying over this area. I think that a huge submarine wouldn't go unnoticed in the woods. The helicopters also didn't notice the creature who stands right beside this submarine and according to their words 'is bigger than the trees around it'. The helicopter people are definitely blind as fuck.

I love these 'nature' disaster movies. I really think they're amazing and I love the special effects in most of those movies. I loved The Day After Tomorrow (besides the stupid wolf scene) and I even enjoyed the movie 2012. How more things go wrong, the better I like it. Godzilla is also one of those disaster movies. Only this is because of monsters instead of nature. It's still filled with moments where everything goes wrong, and where everyone dies besides of course the main character. 
It's very cliche after awhile, because the main character keeps escaping, but overall, the things that he needs to escape off always look so amazing. Really amazing special effects and CGI in this movie. Godzilla looked incredibly real and so did the two other parasites. Their battle was amazing and definitely worth a watch. Sucks that their city is broken though. 

I really liked Godzilla, even though I did expect a few other things from it. There's not a whole lot of Godzilla in it, which is quite a shame, but the times he does appear are incredibly real looking. The story could've been better and I did expect it to be a bit different, but it was still OK. It's an enjoyable movie and even when you're not into these types of movies, it's definitely worth a watch just for the special effects. 

My personal rate: 7/10

Friday, 27 June 2014

Review: Game of Thrones [Season 4]

Game of Thrones
IMDB rate: 9,5
Genre: Adventure, Fantasy, TV Show

The last eleven weeks have flown away again. Yes, with pain in my heart I must tell you that another season of Game of Thrones has ended.
I know I say this every time a season has ended but I think that season 4 is my new favorite season. So much happened and it was all just so awesome.

I'm very sorry that this post isn't horror related, but I'm just so in love with this TV show that I definitely think it needs it's review. In my last post I mentioned that I had some difficulties with remembering all the character names, since there are so many but since then I figured out a way to remember everything, which is, read the books. At the moment I'm reading the third book, or actually... in my country the third and fifth book are split up, so there are seven books, which means that I'm actually in the fourth book. I love reading the books and I love watching the show. It's perhaps one of the few times that I'm not bothered by the differences, both have great happenings.

The first episode (Two Swords) is a good start from where we left of in season 3. There weren't much specific awesome happenings, but still it was a good episode. The second episode (The Lion and the Rose) however is immediately incredibly awesome. It contained one big happening that everyone was waiting for and believe me when I say that things were shown exactly right. It was awesome.

The third, fourth, fifth and sixth episode didn't contain any remarkable happenings, it was just a nice story with some tensive happenings.
The seventh episode (Mockingbird) again contains an unexpected happening which makes you feel sorry for the Starks even more.

Then there's the eight episode of this season, perhaps the best known episode of Game of Thrones. It's called The Mountain and the Viper and it perhaps was one of the most brutal episodes I've ever seen. It contained so much action and so much cruelty, it was incredible. Definitely the best episode of this season. Quite odd really since in each previous season it was the ninth episode which was the best. Speaking of the ninth episode (The Watchers on the Wall), it's a episode that's all about Castle Black and I've just read this part actually. It is very different from the book and in my opinion the episode was a lot better than how it was explained in the book. It contained much more awesome actions and it was overall just tensive to watch. Unfortunately there were a few deaths that weren't in the book so I was quite sad by that.
The tenth episode (The Children) was actually what we were also waiting for, Tyrion's well deserved revenge. Believe me when I say it was amazing.

My favorite episodes this season were episode 2, 8, 9 and 10. Parts that I didn't like very much was the parts of Bran. His journey is a bit slow and in the tenth episode there finally happened something exciting with him. Still though, I'm not very excited about seeing his parts. Stannis also still seems a bit useless overall, although I must admit that his appearance in episode 10 was very remarkable. Even Daenerys was quite boring this season. Her dragons start to disobey, she fancies Daario and kicks out Jorah. Her reactions to these happenings are actually very annoying and don't seem to make a lot of sense. I really hope her role will be better again in the fifth season since she really was awesome in season 1, 2 and 3.

Season 4 was amazing, it contained more amazing episode compared with previous seasons. I don't think I'll grow tired of this show very easily.

My personal rate: 10/10

Yes indeed, this is my very first 10/10 rating!

Thursday, 26 June 2014

Review: The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia (2013)

The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia
IMDB rate: 5,2
Genre: Ghost

I think it's been a month already since when I last watched this movie. I was a bit busy with school and the time I had spare I never really wanted to write a review about this movie...
I never really was a fan of the first Haunting in Connecticut, although I liked it a bit better compared to this movie. The first half of this movie wasn't too bad, but things suddenly got slow and boring and I started disliking it.

The first thing that's wrong with this movie is it's title, The Haunting in CONNECTICUT, Ghosts of GEORGIA. That are two different states! Just call it The Haunting in Georgia, or just Ghosts of Georgia or something. It wouldn't really matter since the story isn't very relevant to the first movie. Besides the fact that the happenings are happening because of things that happened in the past.

Starting with the acting, it wasn't too great, but not bad either. Abigail Spencer plays Lisa Wyrick, a mother who has the ability to see ghosts but takes medicine to avoid seeing them. She is one of the main characters in the movie and while her acting isn't bad, it's not very convincing. She cares about her daughter but is also very ignorant when her daughter is seeing invisible people (aka, ghosts just like herself).
Lisa's sister Joyce, played by Katee Sackhoff, also has the ability to see ghosts. She's a bit of a comedic relief to the movie, the reactions of Andy Wyrick about her are quite funny and it gives a good twist to the movie. Joyce doesn't mind seeing ghosts and treats it like it's a gift, but she doesn't seem to see them that often actually.

Chad Michael Murray plays Lisa's husband Andy Wyrick. He's quite a decent actor but I don't really like him in a 'family situation' kind of role. He still seems very young (even though he's almost 33 years old) and he would be more suitable for a younger role I think, for example his role in House of Wax.
The main character of this movie is Heidi, the daughter of Lisa and Andy. She's played by Emily Alyn Lind. I know that she's a young actress but I wasn't very crazy about her. The looks on her face were very annoying actually, even when she's happily riding her bike she's looking concerned (and this was before she saw a ghost). Her acting wasn't bad and for most of the movie she was quite well, but the look on her face was just very annoying.

The script wasn't too good. First of all, Heidi's name is called a thousand times in this movie. I never was very crazy about the name 'Heidi' but after this movie you'll easily start disliking it. The fathers job to take care of his daughter isn't being done very well. When stuff is happening he's asking her to stay put while he goes investigating. It's soon very clear that she of course will wander off. Also, when she goes missing he drives maniacally around to search her. This while she can wander on the road or walk from the forest to the street in those few seconds.
What bothered me most was the ending. It was so incredibly boring while those last things happened. It was too slow and too over exaggerated. It was just like that scene in Mirrors where the mirror collapses a thousand times.

The movie immediately shows a lot of ghosts already in the beginning of the movie, while it has it's good sides that things aren't postponed until the very end of the movie, it also has it's bad sides. Because we already witnessed so many ghosts it wasn't scary or surprising anymore. We already saw most of it and it was just waiting for another ghost to show up. It was a bit too much in my opinion.

The acting was quite decent in this movie, the special effects were OK as well. The story was interesting in the beginning but became boring after a while. It definitely doesn't live up to the first Haunting in Connecticut.

My personal rate: 5/10

Monday, 23 June 2014

Review: Misfits [Season 2]

So I just finished watching Misfits season 2 for the second time. I've been planning to write about it for such a long time already, but I never got around doing it. But now I've watched it for the second time I figured it might be time to write this review.

Those who read my first review know that I loved the first season. I'm an absolute big fan of this show ever since first watching it. It's refreshing, it has great humor and even though most characters are kinda dicks, you'll get to like them after awhile. Their superpower somehow represents their character so that's kinda nice.

Perhaps a bit of a spoiler, but if you're interested in know the main characters powers then please read further.
In short; Simon can get invisible, he's a very shy boy and often feels ignored.
Kelly is always worried of what people might think of her, her power is hearing other people's thoughts. 
Curtis is always regretting his past and has the ability to travel back in time to reconsider bad choices. 
Alisha likes attention and her 'power' is that everyone who touches her wants to have sex with her (or rape her in some cases). Lamest power ever?
We finally discover what Nathan's power is after his brutal end in season 1.... yes, the guy is immortal. And believe me, he will need it in season 2. 

I won't discuss each episode since I don't really see the use in it (even though there are only 7 episodes), but my favorite episodes are episode 1 and 6. Mainly because there are so many things going on in there, they're pretty awesome. 
My least favorite episode was the seventh episode, the Christmas special. It's the one were Nathan finds a girl and acts all stupid and disappears from the show. So unfortunately he doesn't show up again for season 3. I liked season 3 but it was not really the same without him. I liked the replacement guy Rudy as well, but he was very different and it made the third season not as good as the first two seasons.
(After season 3 I didn't continue watching any further because all the main characters disappeared and it became really lame). Anyway, I will write about season 3 shortly as well, since I almost finished watching it (again).

Another thing that I didn't like as much -again, spoilers-, was the time traveling Simon. I like time traveling things but if you start thinking about it nothing is right anymore. It's such a confusing thing. And when you finally think you've figured everything out, you'll figure out that you're still wrong. Time traveling is just to confusing to make it right. 

Misfits isn't a very typical show. It's brutal in many ways and it contains very strong language. It shows everything it wants and that makes it absolutely awesome. it's funny, refreshing, tensive and good. It really is a great show. Unfortunately this was the last amazing season with Nathan, after that everything changed a lot :(. Still, first two season were amazing.

My personal rate: 9/10

Sunday, 22 June 2014

Review: Silent Retreat (2013)

Silent Retreat
IMDB rate: 6,1
Genre: Monster

I got send the screener of Silent Retreat and I was already impressed with the trailer. Trailers don't say much though, half of the horror movies have the best trailer ever while the movie sucks balls. I was a bit scared of this happening when watching the trailer of Silent Retreat. Luckily, that wasn't the case. It really was a good movie, and I was very impressed by it. 

Storyline taken from IMDB:
Janey is sent to a silent retreat in the middle of the woods for rehabilitation, only to discover that the men who run it are brainwashing women to be quiet and submissive, and is she breaks the rules, she'll find out what lurks beyond the trees..

The movie starts off very tensive and in my opinion it was an excellent scene. The acting was good, the  images were beautifully shot and the music was chosen excellently. A great start for the movie I would say. I really was drawn into the movie because of this beginning for some reason.

There is hardly any dialogue so it's very difficult to keep the viewers interested by just using emotions, signs and music. There was dialogue when it was needed, when there wasn't dialogue there were emotions shown by frowning or smiling to know what was going on. It was done perfectly right in my opinion, it kept me interested. This way of acting does require certain skills and I think that most actors performed quite well, without saying anything. I wasn't very much impressed with the main actress though (Chelsea Jenish), I thought she tried a bit too hard or something.
Speaking of the dialogue, brilliant contrast between the music and a specific bloody scene.

The location is very well chosen, it seems far from the outside world and the fact that their 'rooms' are actually just cabins make this even more look like so. For the storyline though I don't think that this would be a very helpful teaching method. They can walk out of the cabin whenever they want, they just have to time it right. Also, if they walked through the woods (assuming they avoided walking into the creature) instead of near the road there's no way that these guys will find them every again. 

The creature is only shown clearly at the end of the movie, which is what almost every movie does. In some cases it works, in some it doesn't. I think that Silent Retreat waited just long enough with showing the monster. Each 'attack scene' there was shown a little bit more of this creature and what it was attracted to. It did keep me interested to know whatever was hiding in the woods. 
To describe the creature I would say that it looked like a mix between the Jeepers Creepers guy and a creature from The Descent, but a bit more fashionable with it's fur thing. 

Now, I loved the whole idea of not being able to speak. It's a great concept and it leads to interesting outcomes. With a creature terrorizing this bunch it does make it a bit more interesting. Another nice touch is that the creature is attracted by noise, it obviously fits the concept. The only thing that I disliked about this movie was the ending, it was a bit weird and didn't make much sense to me. It was a bit opposite from what the rest of the movie claimed. Also, a bit of a background story for the main characters would have been nice. Since they couldn't do it by telling, perhaps a flashback? That would've been nice.

I really liked Silent Retreat, it's a good concept with some nice touches to it. The acting is good, there are some beautifully images and the music is well chosen. I was interested through the entire movie, because it was something different from what I watch usually. 

My personal rate: 7,5/10

Sunday, 15 June 2014

Review: Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)

Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers
IMDB rate: 4,9
Genre: Slasher

I'm still busy trying to watch every Halloween movie, it's not going as quickly as the Nightmare on Elm Street movies (watched one each day at the time), but hey, I'm getting there! This time it's the sixth movie that I watched and well, it was rubbish. There were only a few good things about that movie, but  mostly it was a waste of time.

Luckily only three more to go (Resurrection, H20 and Halloween 2 - the remake), I skipped the third movie by the way. Perhaps I will watch it someday but since it's in no way related to the Michael Myers Halloween stories I thought it would be too bad if I skipped it. Also, I can't find it on DVD, which is another reason why I skipped it.
I'm glad by the way that H20 and Resurrection ignored everything that happened in 4-6, since 5 and 6 were not really worth remembering.

Halloween VI was a really confusing movie. It mostly continues the happenings of Halloween 5, only 5 years later. Jamie is escaping Michael after giving birth to his child, which is pretty gross since he probably raped her (according to her reaction). I must have missed this in the previous part but apparently Jamie was kidnapped by 'a bunch of evil druids' according to IMDB, I never noticed this, but whatever. Anyway, she escapes and gets killed very quickly, so it was a very short part for Jamie's character.

Unfortunately this time Jamie wasn't played by Danielle Harris. It wouldn't be too strange if Danielle Harris took the role again since the movie was made 7 years after Halloween 4, meaning Danielle Harris was 18 at the time (younger in the movie). It would have fit the story if she took the role again, her age was practically perfect for the role.

What I liked a lot about this movie was the fact that Tommy returned. It's as if Nancy came back to fight Freddy! Tommy is also not played by Brian Andrews but by Paul Rudd this time. Now, I'm quite a big fan of Paul Rudd and seeing him in a horror movie was very surprising to me. I liked him though, I thought he did resemble the young Tommy in appearance, so quite a good choice I think.

Overall I thought Halloween VI was a shit movie, it was predictable and incredibly lame. We finally got an explanation why Michael can't be killed but to be honest it was the lamest excuse ever. It was as if the movie was not complete and they put this in it to make it longer. In Halloween V there was already a lead to 'the man in black' though, so it wasn't completely random. Nevertheless, I disliked his 'curse' story.
I am still excited for the next movie though, but this is probably because it totally ignores part 4-6.

Big respect though for Donald Pleasence for still playing Dr. Loomis, unfortunately this was his last time.

My personal rate: 3,5/10

Sunday, 8 June 2014

Review: Paranormal Activity 2: Tokyo Night (2010)

Paranormal Activity 2: Tokyo Night
IMDB rate: 5,3
Genre: Ghost, Found Footage

This will be a short review since I watched this movie quite some time ago already, and I simply forgot to write about it. I think it's worth to write about it though. 
Paranormal Activity 2: Tokyo Night is said to be a sequel to the original Paranormal Activity movie. Unfortunately, besides some small changes it's exactly the same as the original one. Quite ironic actually, since Hollywood remakes every Japanese successful movie, while in this case it's the other way around.

I liked the original Paranormal Activity, it was a welcome change in the genre I think. I know that most people dislike PA but I really thought it was scary at moments. I'm a real baby when it comes to 'paranormal' movies or shows for that matter, I just don't like the idea of invisible things around me. It gets even worse when those things are able to do scary stuff to you.

As I already mentioned, it's practically a remake of the American version, only thing different is that they immediately figure that it must have been a ghost who moved the wheelchair. There's also the typical Japanese vibe to it (not strange of course).
What's also different is that the girl has her legs broken, meaning she can't walk. This makes her extra vulnerable, a nice addition to the movie I think. I was really grossed out when she walked around with her legs all nasty, which is a big plus!

I liked this movie, it had it's scary moments and it had some nice twists compared with the original one. I do like the American version of Paranormal Activity better though. Nevertheless, still a fun movie to watch.

My personal rate: 6/10

Saturday, 7 June 2014

Review: Ghost Ship (2002)

Ghost Ship
IMDB rate: 5,4
Genre: Ghost

It often surprises people when I say that I actually like Ghost Ship. Yes indeed, I think it's a nice movie.  Definitely not the best in it's genre, but still very amusing. There's absolutely nothing right about this movie, it's filled with goofs and stuff, but still; I like it. But why?

After discovering a passenger ship missing since 1962 floating adrift on the Bering Sea, salvages claim the vessel as their own. Once they begin towing the ghost ship towards harbor, a series of bizarre occurrences happen and the group becomes trapped inside the ship, which they soon learn is inhabited by  demonic creature.

The cast consisting Gabriel Byrne (The Usual Suspects), Julianna Margulies (ER), Desmond Harrington (Wrong Turn) and Emily Browning (Sucker Punch, The Uninvited) isn't the best cast you can gather.

The most familiar face in this movie is Gabriel Byrne and his acting career isn't at it's top anymore, which isn't very strange after seeing Ghost Ship.
Another familiar face is Emily Browning, perhaps the best known actress at the moment (who is acting in this movie), and to be honest I think this is one of her better performances. In most movies she's quiet and being innocent and stuff, and in wasn't much different in this movie, but for some reason it felt better. Perhaps it was the fact that she played a dead girl that made it seem better, I have no idea.

But if it isn't the acting that made me like this movie, what did?

The storyline is wrong at every point possible, it's partly based on a true story and well.. almost nothing looks like the 'true story'. The characters aren't very interesting, they all seem a bunch of loners on sea.

The movie starts of quite cruel, which makes it rather interesting at first. Starting a movie with a bloodbath? Always a good thing to see, because it keeps you interested for at least awhile.
The scenery of the movie is amazing. The haunted ship looks incredibly cool and so do the costumes. It's really impressive and gives an excellent vibe for the movie.

It's really a shame that the acting and storyline isn't much great because there's so much more potential in this movie. I don't dislike it though, the setting of the movie is incredibly impressive and really lifts up a lot of bad in this movie. Ghost Ship really is a fun movie to watch in my opinion.

My personal rate: 6,5/10

Thursday, 5 June 2014

Review: Diary of the Dead (2007)

Diary of the Dead
IMDB rate: 5,8
Genre: Zombie, Found Footage, Mockumentary

For those who followed me for a longer time, might remember that I once had the poster of Diary of the Dead as an header/logo thing for my blog. Strangely enough, I never watched the movie. Until now.

Not sure what to think of it really. It had good points, but I think it contained more bad points. It's a George A. Romero movie, aka the king of zombies, and well, it wasn't much good in my opinion. I wouldn't say that his zombie movies become less entertaining though, I really liked Land of the Dead (2005) so no bad things about his recent movies. 

I love the found footage genre, it's an amazing addition to the scaring effect I think. Zombies are scary, sure. But the hand camera brings an extra scare to it. It's more unexpected I think, also the movie style is a bit messier which can lead to nice effects (unless they're too shaky to see what the f is going on). 
So on the hand camera aspect of this movie, great thing to do! Only makes it better for me!

What's wasn't very good about this movie was the acting and the script. It was a terrible combination with unbelievable moments and terrible reactions of actors. It was unbelievable at every point possible.
When their friends got killed before them they react way too neutral. Especially the girl is annoying, she keeps repeating herself while mocking her boyfriend. I know that he's a dick, but stop repeating yourself dammit! Also, be less mocking towards him, really uncool.

 We see these types of people in every found footage movie; the ones who need to keep filming to document. Sure, that's a cool thing to do but I'm very sure that even those people have boundaries. 
For example this camera dude. At first he kept reloading his batteries, while there were screaming people in the hospital + a dead turning girl was in the room with him and he's only whining about his battery. The second time his friend is attacked by a zombie, and he doesn't even try to help her. He just keeps filming calmly while she almost gets bitten. Why the f* are people still friends with this miserable person? The third time he got chased by a zombie and he got bitten, simply because his documentary was more important than his girlfriend or his safety.

I like that they kept the slow walking zombie thing in it, you would think that people have better surviving changes with it but these people all seem to be really stupid that they can't walk fast enough without getting bitten. At some points though the zombies reached their victims a bit too fast, considering that in one case he walked from the forest to the house, into the bathroom which even has the possibility of being upstairs. Their friends were a bit too lazy to shut to door apparently.

Diary of the Dead isn't specifically a bad movie, it's worth at least one watch but further one it's quite standard and predictable. The acting isn't much good and neither was the script. The things they say are lame and quite stupid for students. I didn't really dislike it, but neither did I like it. 

My personal rate: 5,5/10

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