Cannibal Doctor

★☆☆☆ – (1999) – A young woman applies for a secretary job yet is fondled and stripped nude over the course of an hour. That’s it. That’s the movie. Granted, Erin Brown is extremely attractive, but watching her get humiliated for such a long stretch is discomforting. Eventually winds down on a note of eating the lead actress, which is the most plot this offers.

Yeti

★½☆☆ – (2008) – A football team crash lands in the Himalayas and are picked off by a Sasquatch. Takes the key components of Alive, and throws in a ridiculous looking monster to further disrupt the lives of atrocious brats. Has a few awful/fun moments, but most are just plain awful.

The Thirteenth Reunion

Thirteenth Reunion, The

★★☆☆ – (1980) – A journalist investigates the murder of a man who’s not placed in his coffin. The mystery elements and drawn characters are decent at first, but the story gradually becomes more and more sluggish. The twist ending is okay, and the final shot is a good one, but overall this is a bit dry and uneventful.

Bone Tomahawk

Bone Tomahawk

★★½☆ – (2015) – Four men travel in search of those abducted by a savage band of Indians. Has a slew of great lines and shocking moments, but they’re all dragged out through 132 long minutes. Commendable for its brutal and effective violence, but the pace prohibits higher regard.

The Green Inferno

Green Inferno, The

★½☆☆ – (2013) – Naive college students protesting a jungle development crash land in hostile territory. Hard to believe a director who waited two years to exploit the torture genre with Hostel would wait thrity to a exploit a genre that was best left to infamy. A polished version of movies you simply can’t duplicate.

Tales of Halloween

Tales of Halloween

★½☆☆ – (2015) – Anthology of ten stories that focus on multiple aspects of Halloween, from killer humans to killer pumpkins. The tales range from barely okay to outright idiotic, despite thriving for holiday themes. The F/X are utterly awful, but somehow the acting is worse.

We Are What We Are (2013)

We Are What We Are (2013)

★★☆☆ – (2013) – Descendants of cannibals are pursued by a cop with an emotional investment in their activities. Bounces back and forth between time without distraction, but each plot line is so incredibly drab that equal balance means squat against entertainment. Fails to satisfy, though the violent conclusion is rather unexpected.