– (2004) – The descendant of Ichabod Crane faces the return of the Headless Horseman. The Halloween atmosphere is welcoming, but the character stories are corny and trite. Sex talk runs rampant, but this is still light teen fare.
– (2014) – A group of friends on vacation encounter unexplained dilemmas that pit almost every character against one another. An inept experience of atrocious writing and acting that somehow managed a shooting budget. Wastes the time of everyone involved, whether their career is on a supposed incline or an expected decline.
– (2014) – A young man who recently lost his parents travels to Italy where he meets a woman with supernatural issues. Involves early on, as the set-up is full of humor and intrigue, but once the secret is revealed the plot goes into corny cruise control. Endearing, well-meaning, and certainly unique.
– (2015) – After losing their son in a car accident, a couple moves into a new house that has a strange and violent past. Does what it can to build a credible horror story, but everything’s been seen before. The characters are silly types and the ’70s design is inauthentic. There is, however, a lot of bloody mayhem in the final act.
– (2015) – Frat brothers retreat to the woods where a murderer continues a spree that began in two movies that don’t exist. The lost-film aspect leads to some truly witty moments, but the comedy gets obnoxious fast. Best when serving blood, though most of the time focuses on guys who won’t stop yelling.