– (1979) – Exiled from Transylvania, Count Dracula travels to New York City to claim a cover model. There’s not much of a plot, and nothing is all that funny, yet it doesn’t do anything annoying, which helps. Bland, but doesn’t overstay its welcome.
– (2012) – A crew of spirit hunters travel to the spot of past killings, and eventually find the killer. Gets off to a humorous start, if you’re used to the humor of Chris Seaver. The plot isn’t much, and horror comes in dribs and drabs, but there’s often an infectious sense of fun occurring amid extreme vulgarity.
– (1976) – A female film director seeks a male for her latest low budget movie, which happens to upset a giant ape. Strives hard for cult consideration, and might garner attention as a curiosity, but too much of this is flat out dull. The jokes that work occasionally work well, but the failing jokes leave behind a wretched stench.
– (1985) – A high school student looking to lose his virginity is bitten by a female vampire who won’t leave him alone. Moves incredibly fast and has plenty of outlandish moments, but the humor is rather stale and the plot too flimsy to worry about. Shows signs of Jim Carrey’s bright future, but here he’s as underplayed as all the other characters.
– (2012) – A group of friends drive to Maine to see Stephen King’s house, and are picked off by someone who requires silence. Moves fast and has a lot going on, but nothing unique ever occurs despite the clever title. Somewhat fun, but has too many moments worth groaning over, especially the ones dealing with racial stereotypes.
– (2016) – Three scientists and an MTA worker hunt the harbinger of ghosts to prevent Armageddon. Strives to become a big budget F/X extravaganza for the ages, but quickly becomes a waste of money thanks to an abundance of dead jokes and irritating characters. Busy in structure, but barely entertaining.