As the title might suggest, 'Disaster Wars: Earthquake vs. Tsunami' is very, very stupid.
'Morgue' is a horror movie. A bad one. The film basically relies entirely on horror movie stingers to suggest that something scary is happening on screen.
Beyond its poor plotting, awful direction, and abysmal acting, 'The Ouija Experiment' goes on to abandon the aesthetics completely and break whatever sliver of realism it actually had.
'Last Summer' is easily one of the best Asian horror films in a while. It resists the recycling of elements and delivers a solid scary tale with plenty of panache.
'Afternoon Delight' ends on a sour note, but the rest of the film is worth considering. It builds up a weirdly refreshing honesty, meticulously constructing this picture of modern-day dissatisfaction in a world that people might aspire to.
'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug' continues to deliver plenty of joy. Its visuals are constantly jaw dropping, and some of its sequences are incredibly ingenious.
'Machete Kills' is one joke stretched out over 100 minutes.
'Hours' is an awkwardly scripted and directed melodrama that puts too much weight on the shoulders of its lead actor.
'The White Dragons' (known internationally as 'Age of the Dragons') makes the dubious proposition of telling the 'Moby Dick' tale by replacing the whale with a dragon.
'The Protector: TYG 2' is a real misuse of Tony Jaa and his remarkable skills.