– (2020) – Anthology of four stories (amid a brief wraparound) that focus on burn victims, white supremacy, diva swapping, and sneakers that induce diarrhea. While none of the stories can be considered profound, none are particularly worthless either. An okay outing that has brushes with humor and some decent-enough horror.
1,219 total views, 4 views today
– (2022) – Horse trainers investigate a cloud that harbors an alien secret. Has a few brushes with creativity and a moment of tension, but too much downtime is spent with some of the dullest characters committed to celluloid. None of the reveals are spectacular, which is problematic in a film so reliant on spectacular reveals. Overlong and rather irritating.
1,268 total views, 2 views today
– (2021) – A dysfunctional family inherits a haunted farm where a killer scarecrow dwells. The only thing that keeps this afloat is how seriously the drama is taken when every component is taken straight out of soap operas of old. Offers more laughs than it probably should have, especially when one characters spends half the movie without cleaning blood off her face. A goofy masterwork in ineptitude.
1,110 total views, 8 views today
– (2020) – An evil witch aims to resurrect a demon while good witches protect her final sacrifice. A Z-grade tale of vengeful power that’s been told so often it’s hard not to predict the outcome during the opening credits. The only terror stems from three actresses ravaged by Botox, which should never be a horror film’s most frightening aspect. This also has nothing to do with Amityville, which is no longer a surprise given how many Amityville titles exist.
1,145 total views, 7 views today
– (2015) – A guy named Michael, who killed his babysitter fifteen years ago, is freed from an asylum only to find himself exploited by ghost hunters. The plot itself is actually pretty good, but every occurrence is ravaged by awful acting from a homely cast. Has nothing to do with Amityville (the original title is Sickle) but it’s better than most movies that shamelessly exploit the Long Island town.
1,118 total views, 5 views today
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– (2009) – A group of friends that ignore an internet message are picked off by a watchful killer. Gets credit for taking teen deaths seriously, though the overall drama is too often typical and heavy handed. Suspense comes across as silly, but the gore F/X are impressive.
1,608 total views, 1 views today
– (1960) – A troupe of strippers hole up from a storm in a manor of the undead. Most comedic attempts are pretty rough, but the atmosphere is solid and there’s a nifty shot or two of gore and nudity. Anything serious comes across as silly, but this is mostly a good time.
1,582 total views, 5 views today
– (2013) – A group of obnoxious degenerates vacate to the woods where they’re harassed by an obnoxious degenerate. Strives for weirdness, but never realizes that trying too hard to look odd quickly implodes. Seventy-nine wasted minutes of non-existent horror and miserable comedy.
2,734 total views, 3 views today
– (2020) – Global warming researchers come under attack from a mutated breed of shark at their floating facility. Has more fighting among the human characters than their watery counterparts, as shark attacks are sporadic and too choppily edited. An incredibly dull venture that lacks excitement and chemistry among any two characters.
2,909 total views, 5 views today
– (1987) – A group of friends inadvertently cause their closest friend and worst enemy to become zombies. Far from a work of art, but has fun with the dumb premise and at least attempts to provide a good time. The better side of mediocrity.
1,738 total views, 7 views today
– (2017) – The survivor of Hatchet III is trapped in a downed plane with those looking to bank on the legend of Victor Crowley. Despite a few lags, this has a ton of great jokes, awesome kills, and an overall sense of fun. Doesn’t reinvent the genre, but shows how to breathe new life into a fourth entry.
2,377 total views, 2 views today
– (2007) – A group of friends fall victim to unexplained powers ensuing someone’s death. Has something to do with a soul trapped in a clown doll, but there’s so much slop going on in between it’s hard to tell what the overall purpose is. A badly conceived and horribly acted mess.
2,020 total views, 3 views today
– (1987) – Radioactive waste dumped into a moonshine still causes rednecks to mutate and savor the living. The acting and pace are chief among the flaws, but they’re easily overlooked thanks to an abundance of zany humor and graphic violence. Maybe the best shot-on-video gorefest ever made.
2,294 total views, 9 views today