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Richard Di Natale
It's the 1980's and a group of typical horror movie high school kids are getting together to hold a séance in a haunted house. Naturally, people start dying preposterously bloody deaths, girls are getting naked for no apparent reason and people walk into pitch black rooms and say things like "Is someone in here?" Will any of these poor, hapless kids survive? Or will their bodies fill the house with blood and...well, you know!Written by
OK, lemme just say this. The night before watching this movie me and a group of friends made our own little no budget intentionally bad horror movie with just video camera, toy shotgun, REAL dagger, and a Harry Potter cloak. I have yet to see the finished result, but I can already tell it's gonna be better than this movie.
I saw this sitting in the new release section, and from reading the title and the plot on the back, I thought "This is a must see!" I love 80s horror movies, even the low budget ones because of how cheesy they are! And to see a movie paying homage to it had me excited. Well, I guess my expectations were a little too high. It did have the good elements of an 80s horror movie (blood, nudity) but in my opinion failed miserably at comedy. OK, there were a few chuckles from me (especially the geeks, I gotta admit I liked those guys), but nothing side-splitting and nothing to make me laugh myself to tears. And with me hardly laughing, the movie just felt like any other horror movie, which isn't a bad thing, but even a hardcore B movie fan like me has to admit he doesn't want to see the same thing over again too much. Had it not been for the gore, nudity, lesbian sex scene (highlight for sure) and the two geeks, this movie would receive a lower rating from me
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