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Creep [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Franka Potente
Creep [DVD] DVD ~ Franka Potente
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Creep, 1 July 2005
'Creep' tells the story of a young women Kate (played by Franka Potente) trapped on the London underground after falling asleep and missing the last train home. There are several other characters who dwell under the city, a broad mixture to say the least with some more sympathetic towards Kate's problems than others. A human detached from normality and the victim of hideous medical experiments is hunting down people during the night to conduct experiments of his own, although these are equally unconstructive.
'Creep' is the first high profile British 'horror' release since Danny Boyle's '28 days later' but it doesn't really meet the same standards. The film is enjoyable whilst not… Read more
WWE Smackdown Vs Raw (PS2) by THQ
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Smackdown vs Raw, 15 April 2005
Smackdown vs Raw is the sixth installment in the series of wrestling games produced by THQ, following a couple of PSOne efforts and three PS2 predecessors. This offering introduces a few new features in an attempt to improve on 'Here comes the Pain'.
Clean/Dirty tactics - True to the 'real' wrestling scene, you have the oppertunity to play as a 'Face' or a 'Heel' (in other words a good guy or a bad guy). Performing crowd pleasing moves will fill up your meter if you are a face whilst cheating, complaining and using weapons will do the same for a heel. Create a Championship allows you to create and defend your own championship belt in PPV mode. There are new storylines in Season… Read more
Wishmaster 2 - Evil Never Dies [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Holly Fields
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I just got round to watching Wishmaster 2 last night. I wasn't expecting much which is probably a good thing as this film is pretty dire in every aspect. Andrew Divoff returns as 'the Djinn' who needs to capture 1001 souls in order to rule the earth and does so by granting people wishes with typically gruesome results.
There isn't a lot to say about this film - if this seems plausible it is actually worse than it sounds. Wes Craven(Scream, Nightmare on Elm St)'s name is attached to this franchise but he doesn't direct any of the movies and isn't even involved with this one. Terrible SFX, dodgy costumes, weak acting, a bad, bad storyline and not scary at all - this is one to avoid.

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