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Sieghardt

Film Freak - 778 Film Ratings

Member Since: Dec 3, 2010

Location: Ireland

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85 90% End of the Line (2006) - Jan 14, 2011
"A rarity in the horror genre, a relatively capable and intelligent cast of characters, with performances ranging from functional to excellent. A well paced plot keeps you guessing not just what's real and what's all in their heads but also where loyalties lie. There are a few cheap scares and a couple of mildly shocking scenes that'll keep you entertained, along with the surprisingly interesting plot and intense atmosphere this film checks all the boxes."
15 8% Crowsnest (2012) - Jun 30, 2013
"Annoying teenagers bicker and whine while stalked by a ninja motorhome."
70 66% Devil's Playground (2010) - Dec 03, 2010
"An above par zombie film that has a few clever ideas like using free runners as zombies but overdoes it with these otherwise excelelnt additions with a few pointless "Look what I can do" shots that really take you out of any atmosphere."
60 49% Sector 7 (2011) - Oct 04, 2012
"The rig is a great setting with nowhere to run and no real access to much weapons or any hope of support. The deaths are pretty poor and dont really show anything, the monster on the other hand takes one hell of a beating through the film and you get to feeling sorry for the monster as the plot unfolds and you learn the monster itself is seeking revenge. If you feel creeped out by the vast unknowing depth of the ocean it has that going for it too with a few good deep sea scenes."
95 98% The Wind That Shakes the Barley (2006) - Jan 26, 2011
"It lays it on a little thick at times but the story and performances are all rock solid. This powerful and occasionally painful epic portrays the history of brutal oppression and inside fighting better than any other attempt I've seen."
90 95% I Saw the Devil (2010) - Mar 21, 2011
"That rare breed of film that combines just the right amount of brutal violence, decent action scenes, a true sense of suspence with twists and turns and is emotionally engaging too."
90 95% Outcast (2010) - Feb 07, 2011
"Far from the fantasy I expected this film was brutally down to earth and relatively realistic for the subject matter. All the actors had a good understanding of the cultures they were representing and portrayed them quite excellently. There are a couple of painfully overacted scenes but they're minor blemishes on an otherwise uniquely entertaining film."
90 95% Outlander (2008) - Dec 03, 2010
"Does great work with a low budget and handily trounces many hollywood giants. Treads the line between fantasy and sci-fi and literally fuses the two into something greater. Absolutely deserves to become a cult classic."
25 17% [REC]³ Génesis (2012) - Nov 28, 2012
"I have never felt more trolled by an opening sequence as with this film. I was willing to tolerate the incredibly slow buildup in hopes of what was to come but when the action starts the POV is thrown away in favour of B movie silliness and awkward misplaced humour. Knights and sponges and wedding dresses with chainsaws take this straight to MST3K regions."
50 38% Monsters (2010) - Dec 04, 2010
"An excellent premise and stunning scenes of a war torn part of the world mean precious little when the titular Monsters are in the film for all of 10 minutes at most, with the rest of the screentime devoted to tedious travel arrangements and a tepid romance between two dull charmless characters."