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The Ouija Experiment (2011)
A group of friends experiment with a Ouija board while attempting to record their findings on film. Soon strange things begin to occur until they get more than what they bargained for.
The good in this movie was definitely the plot which was not great but had more potential. It is stated in the beginning that story is inspired on true events. The scare factor was there so that is a plus.
The bad was the acting. Said it before and Ill say it again. Cant expect top notch acting on low budget films but I've seen worse in studio production. In the end I would put this film on my low budget B-horror film list.
InAPPropriate Comedy (2013)
Not For Everyone!!!!
This is not a typical film by no means. It has a few sketches while some are comical, others are just stupid and offensive. I understand what they were trying to do but there is a fine line with comedy. I fast forwarded through most of the film but I will discuss the parts I enjoyed.
I found The Amazing Racist quite comical since they targeted different races not just one. Although they took it a little far at times it was still enjoyable. The Blackass skits is a take on Jackass except they use black people. If you enjoy the Jackass series then you might enjoy some of these skits. Flirty Harry was my favorite! Thumbs up to Adrien Brody! All other aspects of the film were just stupid with no comedic effort. The ending takes was much funnier than the skits I did not mention. I'm having trouble figuring out Vince Offers thought process but I don't think he has one. I would not recommend people pay for this film.
Enter Nowhere (2011)
Low budget, great film!!!!
A group of people begin to show up at a mysterious cabin. They must find a hidden connection before its too late...
This film is simple yet effective. I was shocked when I realized the budget was so low for such great production quality. With an airtight plot and solid acting this film is an instant hit. The story will offer clues and hints along the way that will come together in the end. I would not call this a horror but a thriller/suspense but its very effective. There is some aspects of this movie that reminds me of previous TV shows and movies but this one takes all those plot points and combines it into a solid gem. If this film is not on your watch list I suggest you put it on TOP!!!
Prom Night (2008)
A teen is chased by a serial killer during a school prom night.
This film is lacking in many different ways but the main thing is the bad plot. The entire plot can be explained in one sentence and here it is: Donna goes to prom where her friends get killed. There is no originality to the story and the entire thing can be guessed in the first 5 minutes. The acting was horrible and this was probably the scariest part of this movie besides the budget. I was rooting for the killer just to not hear them talk anymore. Some of these actors played better corpses than their roles!!! How does a killer go through a whole movie without getting a drop of blood on himself after killing multiple people with a knife? Prom Night. What is the worst way to spend $20,000,000? You make a movie called Prom Night.
I normally try not to review bad films but I have to make this exception. The only horror of this film was that it was made and that it cost $20,000,000. Everything from the direction to the acting was horrid. Do yourself a favor and stay away.
Dead End (2003)
Glad I stuck through this one!!
A family heads for a Christmas Eve dinner at the house of a relative. After taking a shortcut they end up on a mysterious road.
I was rather skeptical about this film for the first 30 minutes or so. The acting was not great and came across kind of corny but that comes as no surprise from a low budget production. The plot is something that's been done before but it works. Aside from that I thought it was a great story. Its a classic ghost tale where the ending was worth the entire film. Ultimately it delivers its scares and massages the imagination a little bit. I think anyone looking for good ghost tale might enjoy this one.
A thumbs up and 6 of 10 from me!
A Haunting at Silver Falls (2013)
Better than expected.
A young teenager is haunted by a ghost in a small town. Now she must uncover the truth behind this haunting...
First off I was quite surprised at how well this film was made and the low rating received considering the budget. Everything from the acting to the plot was outstanding. I was very well pleased with the lead acting and the story. Not to mention that according to the film this is based on a true story and that always leaves you thinking of the possibilities. The special effects were a bit flawed but it could have been worse.
Definitely a good choice for a late night scare. 6 of 10!
The Seasoning House (2012)
Gritty yet powerful.
A young orphaned deaf mute girl is tasked with taking care of girls held against their will in a prostitution house.
This film is gritty yet powerful film with a few gory and unpleasant scenes but nothing too extreme. Rosie Day delivers an excellent performance without speaking a single word throughout the film. Sean Pertwee delivers the villain that we all love to hate. The special and sounds effects along with the cinematography is outstanding. The only issue I had with the film was the conclusion which I felt was a little lacking but that is for each individual to decide. This film is not for the light hearted. Overall I would recommend this film and score it a 7/10.
The Amityville Asylum (2013)
Lisa Templeton is hired as part of a cleaning crew at a hospital for the mentally disabled. She soon discovers that things are not what they seem.
I enjoyed a few things about the movie. The story kept me interested the entire time and it took a turn I was not quite expecting. With low budget films we cant expect great acting and this film is no different. The horror scenes are not well supported by the special effects. Overall I would put this film at the bottom of my list on horror movies to watch. Definitely not something I would watch twice but its worth an hour to kill.
The Conjuring (2013)
Best Horror Film in Years!!!
A family moves into a Rhode Island home to soon discover the home has a dark and evil past. They seek out the help of renowned paranormal researchers Ed and Lorraine Warren.
This is by far the best horror film in recent years and deserves to be recognized as so. The cinematography, special effects, plot, and the acting are excellent. The film starts out in a great pace and keeps going until the end. The plot and back story are very well written but above all the acting really steals the movie. The horror scenes have great build-ups and even though I knew they were coming it still left a creepy vibe behind. My favorite aspect of this film is that it was based on true events which makes things a bit creepier. The only flaw I found is that in some scenes there is serious lack of lighting. I'm not sure if this was done on purpose to add an element of horror but it didn't work for me. Overall this film gets an 8/10 from me. An absolute must for horror movie lovers.
A small family moves into a home in Georgia only to discover they are not alone. Soon they realize that the house holds a mysterious past...
Although I do not understand the title or the need to call it a sequel I thought this movie was good. It offered a solid background story with outstanding acting. The movie starts well paced and keeps going until the end. The climax I found to be a bit outlandish but good and the ending offers a good resolution the story. The horror scenes are well placed and not overdone. The set ties in well with the story and the production quality is excellent. This film will satisfy the horror movie junkie and is well worth your time.