A nerve-shredding thriller.
A terrific documentary about the unexpected resurgence of a low-budget horror film.
Just enough gravitas, gore and goofiness to be appointment October viewing.
Vigorously unoriginal, but if it introduces kids to the classics, more power to it.
A dour, predictable dragon-destruction tale.
Vibrant acting sustains this dramedy through dimmer portions.
Diarrhea jokes befit a comedy that craps the bed.
Agreeably dim-bulb and modestly entertaining.
More like "The Ham-ityville Horror."