Aiming for a fresh, different angle, the fifth installment, which is technically impressive, slightly tweaks the formula in a way that should please the series' fans.
A stunning, surprisingly credible marriage of acting, story, and effects.
Easily the most shocking and disturbing movie in the series and if they choose to finally end things here, they would be ending things on a high note.
the best 3D horror movie ever made, as much for its superlative technical merits as for its satisfying thrills
There are a few, er, head-spinning twists you won't see coming, and an ending that would make Steven Slater smile.
It's suspense overload that had me squirming in my seat like a 5-year-old watching "Barney". Quale squeezes every ounce of air out of your body & leaves little room to breathe