Always chilling film. Stunning Mia Farrow becomes unwilling victim of satanic baby plot. A delicate understated performance, with a brilliant supporting cast ensure this movie still holds its horrific power. A classic must see.
Disjointed kind of 1.5 flick, does no justice to others in series. Well shot and some good moments, but controversy overwhelmed the production leaving a film with strong ideas but no direction. Great pity tbh.
Oddly compelling Romero-esque King adaptation. Strong cast just about keep things together though does drag a bit. Some unpleasant scenes and occasional surprises let down by a lack of direction towards the odd ending. But… wierdly watchable! Want a second opinion? Eamonn’s review here!
Dreary sequel-ish film. New family, same house, little horror. Jennifer Jason Leigh is watchable, but can’t save this garbage. Tries and fails to re-capture prior horror greatness with predictably stupid scenes. Did the studio win the franchise rights in a poker game? Awful shit.
Competent sequel, with action a plenty. Suffers from over-contrived story, a tendency to overplay it’s hand and become way too pantomime as well as being 30 mins too long. Not as good or funny as first one.
Well shot, grim and gory redneck thriller. Plenty to like here. Confident direction and some ultra violence with a sense of No Country For Old Men. At times lacks cohesion but held together with strong performances. Might put Bedford Flats off your visiting list! Recommended.
Faithful and competent horror with Goonies/Stand By Me tropes. Plenty of jumps and bumps, with a slow burning creepy premise somewhat dependent on Coulrophobia. Some good performances though the film gets a tad lumpen here and there. Could have been scarier for me.