Range 15

★☆☆☆ – (2016) – A group of soldiers take on the zombie armageddon with much glee and cursing. This is one of those occasions where if you don’t laugh within the first five minutes, you won’t laugh at all (unless you’re high). Constantly attempts jokes amid a common horror backdrop, but aside from a chuckle or two, nothing is funny and the bro jargon gets old fast.

Long Time Dead

★★½☆ – (2002) – A group of college friends summon an evil force that doesn’t take long to start picking them off. Well-made and well-meaning, but suffers from two nagging flaws. One, most deaths are off screen, and two, the serious attempts at horror can come across as silly. Moves fast though, and isn’t hard to get through.

To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story

★★★☆ – (2017) – Documentary about a beloved stuntman/actor whose career almost ended before it began. Covers a lot of personal and meaningful ground during the first hour regarding burns and a lost movie role, and does so in an incredibly emotional way. The final third is a showcase of Kane’s family and fans, which doesn’t provide as much fresh insight. Still, when this hits home, it hits hard.