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"Blood Homecoming" is definitely in the lower end of the scale as regarding slasher movies.
Well, because it was rather uninteresting. The characters were one-dimensional and you never got close to anyone, as there was no character development in any way. And once there was a hint of some backbone showing to a character, he or she got murdered.
So you might ask, getting murdered in a slasher movie is boring?
Yeah, it is when the ways of killing people is unimaginative, dull and rather tedious. And having a killer running around in a fireman's uniform, complete with gas mask and helmet, doesn't really add any flavor to an otherwise plain movie. There was absolutely nothing scary or menacing about the killer in anyway.
Now, I am not American, but I would guess that a high school homecoming would draw more than 20 unenthusiastic teenagers to the festivities. It was just so hard to buy into the event that were to take place, with so few people around, and even less heart and soul put into the effort there.
The bright point of the movie is the revealing of the killer. That was an unseen turn of events, but the enjoyment was short-lived, because the scenes that followed were quite anti-climatic. And the way the movie ended was just so downright idiotic.
The actors and actresses in the movie were doing good enough jobs with their performances, they were just struggling a losing uphill battle against a horrible script and even worse one-dimensional characters.
"Bloody Homecoming" gets a 3 out of 10 rating from me, solely based on the production value to the movie. Everything else in the movie was basically below average. There are far better slasher movies out there, and it is hard to find anything to point out as a selling point to this movie.
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