Steve Biodrowski

Cinefantastique's Los Angeles Correspondent from 1987 to 1993 and West Coast Editor from 1993 to 1999. Currently the webmaster of Cinefantastique Online, I also run a website called Hollywood Gothique that covers Halloween Horror and Sci-Fi Cinema Events in the Los Angeles area.

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7 responses to “The Eye 10 (2005) – DVD Review”

  1. » Sense of Wonder: “The Eye” Opens Today

    [...] sequels, all of which are available on DVD; hence, we offer up reviews of THE EYE, THE EYE 2, and THE EYE 10 (a.k.a. THE EYE: INFINITY). Also included is a review of THE MESSENGERS, the American debut of the [...]

  2. » Film & DVD Review: The Eye 2 (2004)

    [...] & DVD REVIEW: The Eye – The Eye 10 – The Eye [...]

  3. » Film & DVD Review: The Eye (2002)

    [...] AND DVD REVIEW: The Eye 2 - The Eye 10 – The Eye [...]

  4. » Film Review: The Eye (2008)

    [...] film is not much worse than THE EYE 2, and it is considerably less ridiculous than the misguided THE EYE 10. The next time someone returns to this franchise, instead of a little cosmetic surgery, they should [...]

  5. » Laserblast: Slim Pickin’s

    [...] Things pick up next week with the home video release of 10,000 B.C. and THE SPIDERWICK CHRONICLES, plus some interesting classic and cult titles like MAN OF A THOUSAND FACES, JOURNEY TO THE FAR SIDE OF THE SUN and THE EYE 3 (the U.S. DVD retitling of THE EYE 10). [...]

  6. » Laserblast: 10,000 B.C., 1000 Faces, a Third Eye, and Spiderwick

    [...] THE EYE 3 is another old title reaching stores today. Actually, come to think of it, it’s a “new” title; only the film is old. You see, this is actually THE EYE 10, which has been available on Region 1 DVD for some time (we reviewed it here). In case you are confused by the title: this is the third EYE film from the Pang Brothers, who wrote and directed the excellent THE EYE and its sequel THE EYE 2. Faced with the prospect of a second sequel, they chose to skip “Eye 3,” leap-frogging to “The Eye 10.” The story justifies this by illustrating 10 methods for making contact with the dead (the first two of which were seen in the previous two films). Adding to the confusion, the film is also known as THE EYE: INFINITY. And as if that were not bad enough, IMD lists Hong Kong Producer Tsui Hark as being at work on developing a film called THE EYE 3. [...]

  7. » Film Review: Re-cycle (2007)

    [...] DVD Review: The Eye 10 [...]

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