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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.

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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.

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Halloween Ends

★★☆☆ – (2022) – A young man who accidentally kills a child on Halloween night is later driven insane by unforgiving townsfolk. Oh, and Michael Myers appears from time to time. An obvious tribute to Halloween III, in which Myers is absent, that focuses on the plights of a new villain. As a character study this is okay, but as a series finale this is a huge disappointment. Credit is due for trying something new, but the end result is a gruesome mess that leaves a legend in the shadows.

 1,978 total views,  9 views today

Auntie Lee’s Meat Pies

★★☆☆ – (1992) – Sultry women lure in dimwitted men so their matriarch can turn them into food. The idea is okay on the surface, and there’s enough cheese and eye candy to hold attention, but good luck making sense of anything. Purposefully outrageous, but not something one would call captivating.

 1,581 total views,  7 views today

Hellraiser (2022)

★☆☆☆ – (2022) – A recovering drug addict steals a box that summons demons, much to the chagrin of her friends and family. An overlong slog that crawls through a thin plot with few advancements and fewer areas of intrigue. The characters are types, the cenobites look like rubber, while the chain-related violence has been seen before. Further proof that the original trilogy can never be matched. Ever.

 1,287 total views,  8 views today

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