Ghost story relies on creaky old clichés to generate scares.
French monster movie encourages looking past the surface.
This dumb, raunchy series should have given up the ghost.
Gore-filled horror remake entertains but can't top original.
Final Twilight focuses on Edward and Bella's legacy.
Cute, kid-friendly monster movie; may scare sensitive kids.
Despite violence, book-based zombie romance is OK for teens.
Father-daughter comedy works as intro to monster movies.
Fourth in spooky series runs out of ideas -- and scares.
Brisk, outrageous action movie has tons of witchy violence.
Demonically scary movie has low gore, strong characters.
Burton's creepy young Frankenstein is perfect for tweens.
Plenty of gore -- and more 3-D -- in fifth RE installment.
Cool-but-creepy monster flick is too scary for little kids.
Haunted house flick has some scares but lacks story.
Vampire comedy has cute moments but lacks bite.
Ridiculous, bloody blending of history and violence.
Radioactive mutants attack in waste-of-time horror movie.
Toy line characters teach tolerance -- and iffy body images.
Sweet, funny story of friendship is a treat for the family.
Mixed-up Depp/Burton vampire comedy has blood, innuendo.
Clever but very bloody deconstruction of horror movies.
Macabre ghost story is slow but creepy enough for teens.
Selene returns for more dreary action and very gory thrills.
Vampire mystery/musical is funny but has iffy themes.