– (2017) – Anthology of five stories that focus on an elderly ghost, a murderous scarecrow, a roller rink slasher, evil trick or treaters and a Halloween killer. The first three stories are pretty fun in their own cheesy ways, while the final tales are rather uninspired and drab. Ranges from humorous to listless, but does all it can with a minuscule budget.
2,052 total views, 6 views today
– (2021) – The world’s darkest family travels to America’s brightest spots while Wednesday questions her heritage. An unbridled mess that’s never funny nor remotely involving. Feels like a string of kiddie shows strewn together to form a lousy whole, and for some reason includes a ton of rap music despite featuring a particularly gothic family. An awful concoction from an awful Hollywood system.
2,378 total views, 3 views today
– (2019) – A mysterious app that asks what you fear the most will lead to your demise if it goes unanswered. While the premise isn’t entirely unique, this does go through many stages of plot progression, some of which is pretty intriguing. Has plenty of awkward moments, and the VFX stink, but all told this features a credible mystery, although Halloween atmosphere is light and the conclusion completely rips off The Ring.
2,280 total views, 7 views today
– (2018) – Facing the end of their televised run, a paranormal investigation crew travels to a notorious campground to give their audience the ultimate thrill. Takes forever and a day to get moving, and by the time momentum arrives there’s too little to care about. The horror plot and its backstory are weak, rendering the conclusion completely meaningless.
2,062 total views, 1 views today
– (2021) – A phantom only one woman can see ruins her life by ending the lives of others. Irritating out of the gate thanks largely to so much focus on a screaming protagonist, and only worsens when exploring the so-called imaginary friend. Becomes so preposterous that any horror aspects come across as downright comical, especially when characters react to common themes as though any singular event is remotely original. Violent, but outrageously silly.
2,008 total views, 1 views today
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– (2018) – A stolen laptop and mishandled money lead to terror for unsuspecting friends. Irritating in the set-up, decent when horror’s included, but ultimately dull and pointless. Not one character involved is worth worrying about, which kills any chance this had in building tension.
706 total views, 2 views today
– (2006) – Jigsaw plays torture games with a seemingly unrelated duo while trying to prolong his own life. Inventive traps, unrelenting gore, and ties to the original maintain respectability. Problems arise when characters speak and editing has a seizure. Too long, but still effective.
766 total views, 3 views today
– (2011) – Four friends search for an author in the backwoods realm of a serial killer. Yet another dud in a long line of Texas Chainsaw Massacre rip-offs that can’t generate one ounce of suspense. Characters are bland, the plot is a mess, and nothing at all new is ever presented.
841 total views, 4 views today
– (2007) – Crocodiles in Maine attack just about anything that breathes. The polar opposite of the original in regards to croc quantity and body count. Provides much more horror, but at the expense of terrible filmmaking.
857 total views, 1 views today
– (1981) – Scientists travel to a radioactive island where a zombie is on the loose. The movie itself is rotten, but the graphic sex scenes are almost justified by characters who otherwise face standard movie situations. Features a lot more porno than holocaust.
862 total views, 3 views today
– (1959) – A voodoo doctor collects the heads of the Drake clan on each of their sixtieth birthdays. An involving and almost creepy premise that falls victim to too much drama and a pace that refuses to move.
1,040 total views, 2 views today
– (2000) – A film crew intends to make a movie based on real camp murders, and bring along the only survivor, but find someone else picking them off. As far as zero-budget backyard sequels go, this isn’t the worst, but the story and character angles are missing. Has moments of brutality, but it’s too cheap and drab to consider a success.
935 total views, 1 views today
– (2008) – Vacationing friends contend with a legendary killer who once had his genitals removed. A so-called comedy that only amuses when ripping off lines from the Friday the 13th series. Strives to entertain, but mainly fails because nothing spoofed nor taken seriously feels original.
1,772 total views, 2 views today