Hundreds of gremlin-like mutant creatures from a melting glacier violently descend on a survivalist cabin in the mountains where an unsuspecting circle of high school seniors are celebrating their last weekend together before college.
Marquise C. Brown,
Brandon Tyler Russell
When the 1989 "one-hit-wonder" glam-metal band "Sonic Grave" embark on a trip to Coachella in hopes of a comeback, their peyote trip pit stop in Joshua Tree incites an "unworldly" viscous ... See full summary »
Blaming herself for her son's accidental death, a young wife risks redemption at the hands of an otherworldly intruder who appears in her home during a night of apocalyptic events and somehow knows every detail of her guilt-ridden past.
What afjmf from Wichita said; fracking is already awful in itself
Someone actually put together a thriller-gore about hydraulic fracturing, aka 'fracking'. As an obvious B-movie/film school project with some sort of budget, it apparently tries to be something worthwhile or even original, like a cult first or something. The base premise does make sense: fracking is dangerous and destructive and comes with an array of negative environmental impacts, like water pollution, random earthquakes and abuse of land, but having people go Dahmer because they drink their shitty tap water is ridiculous. Had they cast the great Gary Busey as the patriarch, it WOULD have become an immediate B cult. The family nymphet is yummy, while the girl who "has trouble getting close to people" by sleeping with both a guy and his friend is to Acting what Trump is to Subtlety.
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