– (2014) – A disgruntled movie theater employee plays sadistic games with the only other staff member and the only couple in the place. A dull and practically character-free tale of a psycho and his lame tricks. Shows no traces of wit or tension.
– (1989) – Anthology of four stories that focus on a hedge clipper killer, girls lost in a bad area, a radio DJ stalker, and the ax murderer wraparound. The college set-up isn’t bad, and leads to less obvious surprises than the stories told within. Pretty well made for a late ’80s effort that went nowhere.
– (2012) – A divorcee does what he can to care for his daughters, even when one is supposedly possessed by a box. Not bad in the early dramatic stages, but once the horror hits the stupidity and cliches come at a clip. Seems to purposefully ask what would happen if The Exorcist occurred to the Jewish. Ridiculous as is, but adding “based on a true story” makes this a mockery.