This movie was full of cringe, bad acting and it felt like very poor amateur production. I've seen worse horror movies than this one, but at least they were original, funky and had a cult fan base. This movie attempts to be taken seriously and that's what makes it worse. I don't see how anyone could enjoy this, besides the people that made it and their relatives and friends. That's about it.
Throughout the whole movie I felt dread and couldn't wait for it to finish as it was just the same predictable cliché situations. The actors made me have goosebumps cringes, you know, that feeling when their acting is so poor that you want to turn your head way and it makes the hair on your arm stand up.
I like to believe that I'm a fan of amateur low-budget horrors and this was so much for me, that I had to go to IMDb and leave a review.
Bram Stoker's family has forbid using their name in Nosferatu, that's why we have great movies like Nosferatu. They didn't allow that movie to use Bram Stoker or Dracula, so the Nosferatu crew had to come up with their own ideas for what it's worth. I'm not sure how the Director is allowed to use this name and why isn't he sued yet. The movie is so bad I want to get a lawyer and sue them. I mean, what else can you expect from a click-bait titles that the Director comes up with like: Nocturnal Activity, Hellriser, Texas Machete Massacre and The Exorcism of Karen Walker. And one of these movie titles was a fake one I came up with, but I bet no one can tell which one it is. This is why Steve Lawson's whole filmography is a prank and I won't be surprised If his next title were to be named Ripper Untold. Yes, that's a real movie this guy is producing and people are actually in it.
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