Members of The-Scorched-Planet.com became aware of a recent screening of the pic in Long Beach, Calif., and, using information available online, wrote three fake reviews -- without having seen the film.
Ain't-It-Cool quickly posted them, along with two reviews that appear to be real.
The-Scorched-Planet.com then revealed the plot in a long post on its Web site -- along wiith racist invectives and personal attacks on Ain't-It-Cool West Coast editor Drew McWeeny, who removed the reviews soon thereafter.
But Ain't-It-Cool still has no plans to start playing by Hollywood's rules.
"There's a democracy to what we do that gives a voice to the average filmgoer, even people who get excited in a theater and write for the first time," McWeeny tells Variety. "If this becomes a continuing issue, though, we'll scale back to just people who have a history with us."