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Barbarian

★★★☆ – (2022) – A woman rents a house that’s already occupied by another guest, and matters significantly worsen from there. Explaining anything else would give away too many surprises, as some developments are too outrageous and suspenseful to spoil. Although the final five minutes kind of stink, getting to them is one hell of a ride.

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Smile

★☆☆☆ – (2022) – Ensuing the suicide of a patient, a therapist experiences ghostly happenings of the grinning variety. A crawling test of endurance that manages to rip off several movies at once, notably The Ring and It Follows, while rendering itself a comedy when attempting shocks. Never comes close to matching the fear factor of the movies it steals ideas from, and eventually becomes an incompetent joke.

 846 total views,  27 views today

Jeepers Creepers: Reborn

★★☆☆ – (2022) – A man-creature that kills every 23 years returns to ruin the lives of those attending a costume party. The story stinks, the characters stink, the dialog stinks, and the shooting method stinks. On a positive note, each awful component makes for a so-bad-it’s-good watch. Entertaining for all the wrong reasons, but at least it entertains.

 1,294 total views,  32 views today

Terrifier 2

★★☆☆ – (2022) – A guy who’s dressed as a clown is out and about murdering people on Halloween. That’s about it. There’s something of a story regarding a small family, but it’s just flimsy glue to hold the gore scenes together. A 138-minute excursion that’s billed as a wall-to-wall splatterfest, but most of this is padded with never ending scenes of ordinary characters going through ordinary motions.

 1,401 total views,  27 views today

My Best Friend’s Exorcism

★★☆☆ – (2022) – The relationship between two young women falls apart when one of them ventures into the woods and returns possessed. Gets off to a fun start, with colorful characters enjoying life amid a great soundtrack. Once the possession angle sets in, however, so too does boredom . The zaniness gradually becomes repetitive and too reminiscent of similar (and better) tales. Aims for an emotional conclusion, but misses the mark.

 1,620 total views,  29 views today

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