When a dim-witted widower and his teenage son offer a beautiful young woman refuge on their farm, their living situation escalates from hysterical comedy to maddening horror once they discover she's not who she says she is.
William Ryan Watson,
An independent film company sends a videographer ahead of a story to investigate a body farm where human decomposition is researched. The footage she sends back leads the rest of her team ... See full summary »
There are good independent horror movies and there are bad ones. Then there is The Theatre of Terror. Brought me back to my childhood most favorite film Creepshow with a modern feel. Perfect mix of horror, comedy and sci-fi, this movie had me hooked from beginning to end. Most movies you can predict what is going to happen. This one had twists that I didn't expect. And the use of practical effects was very welcoming with all of the cgi out there. Highly recommend watching this movie.
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