Gratuitous sex scenes and disgusting gore in a low-budget crap flick. That’s… quite cool, actually.
It’s everything a straight-to-video horror movie usually is – no surprises, really.
If you have seen any of the previous movies, this one is going to feel very familiar.
This movie is so sexist, creepy, plot-free, crap, disgustingly exploitative, misogynist… it’s actually amazing.
It’s not scary or entertaining, no matter how loud they make the sound effects.
Not even a humongous earthquake can stand before the might of The Rock.
It’s like a Stephanie Plum movie where the heroine is genuinely kick-ass and bad-ass. Awesome!
I believe I can confidently say that this is going to be the worst movie of 2015, if not the entire decade.
Easily the biggest girl power action flick of the year, this one however doesn’t offer much beyond loud explosions.
Joss Whedon once again proves that he’s overrated when it comes to his ability as a writer and director.
Stripper zombie women vs four people. Now that’s a party.
So much male full frontal nudity, so many explicit scenes, and yet, so little joy to be had.
Rest in peace, Paul Walker. You beautiful, beautiful man. This movie, on the other hand…
The gang is doing it for family. Family, family, family. Thank god there are still explosions.
Now this is what a movie with Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, and the Rock should be: so fun, it’s almost illegal.
Well, well, the hot boys are back. After that aberration set in Tokyo, this one speeds things back on track.
Older guy picks up a teenager and offers some money in exchange for sex. Really, what is the worst that can happen?
Yes, this is a movie in which Osama bin Laden is a zombie that has to be killed. Really!
Another “documentary-style” movie – a sci-fi one, rather than horror, but still, boring and played out.
This one doesn’t even pretend to be feminist even a little. Two steps forward, twenty steps back…