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  • Halloween II

    Rob Zombie’s directing debut, House of a Thousand Corpses (2003), had a kind of diseased grindhouse integrity, but this umpteenth feature about the unstoppable masked killer Michael Myers could be the work of any journeyman, give or take a few hundred gratuitous pop-culture references. more...
  • Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (R)

    The idea of recasting the little fairy-tale characters as action heroes is so silly it might have worked had it been played for laughs, but director and cowriter Tommy Wirkola (best known for the "Nazi zombie" flick Dead Snow) just uses it as a pretext for fight scenes in the fashion of video games. more...
  • Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

    Like its predecessors, this sixth installment in the behemoth fantasy franchise outstays its welcome by a bum-numbing half hour; unlike them, it devotes about half its screen time to chaste, multisided romantic intrigues, the boy wizard (Daniel Radcliffe) and his coed cohorts having attained exquisite young adulthood. more...
  • Hot Fuzz (R)

    After scoring with the horror spoof Shaun of the Dead, British comedy writers Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg take on American cop thrillers, and as in their earlier movie the good humor bubbles up from a deep reservoir of affection for Hollywood schlock. more...