They Don’t Cut the Grass Anymore

They Don't Cut the Grass Anymore

★★☆☆ – (1985) – Two hillbillies mutilate men and women who lead better lives than them. Complete garbage from a cinematic standpoint, but does have impressive backyard gore. Ambitious in its strive to nauseate, but the story is worthless.

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Kill for Me

KIll for Me

★½☆☆ – (2013) – Best friends come to blows over the deaths of their ex-boyfriends. Has a scene or two outside exploitative lesbianism than means anything, but most of what occurs is laughably melodramatic. Too self-absorbed to realize how unoriginal it is.

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The Bates Haunting

Bates Haunting, The

★★☆☆ – (2012) – A girl who’s still not over her friend’s death at a Haunted Hayride is put on a killer’s chopping black. Despite some rancid comedy, the scenario and horror aspects aren’t half bad. Typical, but not hard to get through at a scant 76-minutes.

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★½☆☆ – (2009) – A brooding girl falls for a goofy vampire who has issues with flamboyant werewolves. Spoofs Twilight in too-obvious fashion, and never exploits the true weakness of those films: languid self-importance. Has a moment or two worth chuckling over, but is never entirely fun.

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Freakshow Apocalypse: The Unholy Sideshow

Freakshow Apocalypse

★½☆☆ – (2007) – Circus freaks come to blows with a pair of magicians who determine the fate of mankind. Feels more like a commercial for a “sadistic” sideshow than a legitimate weird vs. evil film. Mercifully short, but hard to tell what’s going on and why.

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★½☆☆ – (2013) – The world goes to psychotic shambles on the exact date Leap Year avoided. Takes a silly premise too seriously, which is a problem that’s never overcome. Has shades of originality, but too often succumbs to idiocy.

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★½☆☆ – (2002) – A rock band travels to a locale where a scarecrow-type killer is picking them off. Shows promise in the scenario, but never takes off since nothing new ever occurs. Standard nonsense that never rises above mediocrity.

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Dark House

Dark House

★☆☆☆ – (2009) – An acting troupe is hired to experience a faux haunted house that’s actually haunted. Miserable from the start thanks to pitiful acting and characters that elicit zero sympathy. Induces far more unintentional laughs than actual fear.

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The Tomb

Tomb, The

★½☆☆ – (2009) – A man already in love is seduced by a woman who needs souls to prolong her life. Nearly impossible to watch thanks to whisper quiet dialog and bombastic sound effects, but even on mute the sight of so-so actors scraping the bottom of barrel is depressing. Drab, incoherent, and lacks involvement.

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The Crucifier

Crucifier, The

★☆☆☆ – (2005) – A drug addict with religious delusions crucifies scantily clad women. Hard to say what the purpose is outside pretentious dialog, awful music, and repetitive close-ups of victimized girls. A dull and rambling void.

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