Scarecrow Slayer

Scarecrow Slayer

★½☆☆ – (2004) – A college initiation prank leads to the resurrection of a murderous scarecrow. Spends most of its time dealing with a few hospitalized victims, rather than have the titular villain establish a body count. The F/X are awful, the characters are dumb, and the marine inclusions are useless.

Husk

★½☆☆ – (2011) – Friends on a road trip are detoured by crows and living scarecrows. Some ideas are appreciative, and the overall story is fueled by horror, but nothing means much since the characters are so typical. Means well, but lacks suspense and reason.

Hallowed Ground

★★☆☆ – (2007) – Small town religious freaks seek a girl in order to impregnate her with a host for their dead leader. Has a strange concept that invites a variety of horror themes, but most of them fail to make sense. Moves quickly and has above-average acting, but the plot is too dim to fully impress.

House of Fears

★☆☆☆ – (2007) – A group of semi-friends enter an attraction where imagined fears become real. Takes itself too seriously, as none of the fears are established through anything but lame transitions. Has professional moments, but the overall story and its progressions are sheer garbage.

Dark Harvest 2: The Maize

★☆☆☆ – (2004) – A father searches for his daughters in a corn maize where two other girls were murdered. Could easily have been shown in half the time, but decides to display scene after scene of nothing happening. Inept in all areas, especially editing and pace, and eventually elicits rage.