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Right at Your Door (2006)
Terrible, possibly the worst film I have seen!
So, the story begins with an average couple, the unemployed musician husband, Brad(Rory Cochrane), is already up, making coffee and running a shower for his wife, Lexi(Mary McCormack). Soon after she leaves for work he hears reports on the radio of multiple explosions in Downtown LA. He tries calling his wife, no answer. So after a bit of walking about the house frantically,causing me to have a headache as the camera was all over the place, he gets in his car to attempt to reach her. He gets a burst tyre and turns into a garage, when he returns to his car the reports now say a dirty bomb was detonated. So he goes back in the garage and gets duct tape to ceil(sp?) the house, then returns home...giving up rather easily on the woman he supposedly loves.
Once home an older Mexican man intrudes on the house and persuades Brad to let him stay. They Ciel the house after waiting a bit to see if Lexi will come home, but, oh dear! She comes home little after they've ceiled the house. Now, again, the woman Brad loves so much, comes home, coughing up blood, covered in smoke etc. Would you not let her in? even if it meant u maybe becoming infected? Considering you want to live and die with this person.
Selfishly she breaks a window, he quickly covers it back up. Later the old Mexican man leaves, to be with his wife..Still Brad isolates his. Lexi goes wandering and sees a small boy, Timmy, who was earlier in the film.
Lexi goes to the hospital with the kid, soldiers in contamination suits come to the house when she's gone and take a sample of ash from when Lexi broke the window. She returns, turned away from the hospitals, and then the two sit there, for a good ten/twenty minutes, talking. The men return and take Lexi away from the house...By this point i couldn't give a damn what happened to the characters, as the acting, story and general presentation of the film has failed to keep me interested or feel for the characters.
The twist. The twist is something that wasn't really a twist, it was in all honesty, as the whole idea of the dirty bomb is to intoxicate all those who encounter it, which the bomb hasn't done. I won't say the twist, but by the time it happens, you won't even care.
Bad story, good initial idea. Mediocre acting, uneventful script, and the camera work was just plain, amateur. I spent £7 to see this film, me and my two friends with whom I saw it with, were very disappointed.
This may have been the worst film I have ever seen, it's certainly in the top 10 worst films. Horrendously poor.
The Hills Have Eyes (2006)
This is one cool, gory movie
This movie has absolutely brilliant, as soon as it came on i was glued to the screen, the opening credits were rather, urm, tasteful, showing different tests of nuclear weapons, then what I'm assuming is the results of these tests, mutated baby foetus' and other people alike. The instant gore of a man swinging a pick axe through the back of some sort of scientist is just the start, the pick axe makes plenty of other appearances throughout the film. The story of how the people become stranded in the desert is the same as all other horror flicks, they mutants have a friend who agrees to bring them food if they'll bring him the victims' merchandise. There are some disturbing scenes in the film though that were almost too real at one point, mainly when the mutants first turn up at the caravan, enter huge amounts of disgust as we see people burning at the stake, shootings to the head, breast feeding(not to the baby, sick.) and other disgusting shows from the villains. I was glad that the film didn't result in the same fashion as wrong turn and other recent horror films where the attackers cannot, will not be killed. All in all it was an entertaining film, if not for the horror and violence that pursues throughout, but for the different mutations that occurred to the once normal people of the town, disturbing or hilarious, I'll let you decide.
Sorority House Massacre II (1990)
NOT a horror film
This film was just plain poor. The effects, plot and acting were absolutely abominable, the fact that the film was actually a horror was unrecognisable. The only reason i pursued in watching it was because it made me laugh above all else, also the actresses playing the students were rather tasty. I wouldn't recommend watching this film if you are looking to be genuinely frightened, as it comes across as more of a spoof than anything, however it is quite entertaining just for the women and the poor acting skills shown by them. I do like how the director added some interesting shot of the girls going upstairs whilst wearing only lingerie.