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Theresa & Allison (2019)
I've missed good vampire flicks for a long time
I liked it. It had plenty of sensuality with enough gore to keep a horror fan interested. The characters were pretty well all engaging. The acting , and cinematography had me focused on the screen the whole time.
I've missed good vampire flicks for a long time. This was a good one.
The surprise ending spells sequel. I hope they can pull it off
Laundry Man (2016)
Torture isn't for everyone
You really have to be a fan of torture ala Hostel, Wrong Turns, Wolf Creek...etc to get any sort of entertainment from this flick. Unlike the afore mentioned films, this one had some holes in the script that left you using your imagination to fill in the blanks. I don't mind doing that from time to time, so it really didn't effect my overall enjoyment.
However: The one giant hole that can't be explained away, is why Laurie was even written into the script? I'd like to think her testimony would have given the film a whole different ending. She's a major character, but they dismiss her role completely with the verdict they come up with.
Otherwise, the acting was good, the plot was well intentioned, the gore was pretty good. If you're into this sort of flick, it's worth at least a watch.
During a visit to friends...
How have these people ever been friends? There is so much infighting among them, that I'm wondering what the plot of the movie actually was. Every isolated horror movie about cabins/woods/abandoned asylums, houses, hospitals/lakes, have a certain amount of infighting, but this one was over the top. This movie could easily been made with a hours run time, if they had used the clips that actually pertained to the evil entity.
30 Miles from Nowhere (2018)
Not for everyone
At first I thought I was watching The Big Chill, but it eventually rolled into something else. Something I was not expecting, so I guess I'll give it credit for sneaking up on me. There were a few comedic moments to break the tension, but I wouldn't label this a comedy at all. It's a drama with a dash of horror, and a sprinkling of Sci-Fi. The acting was as good as the script would allow, and considering the direction it was going, it was more than adequate.
This is the kind of film that isn't for everyone. I didn't regret watching it.
Living Space (2018)
Missed out on it's potential
Nazi Undead, or Living Space. When a movie can't make up it's mind on what it should be titled is always a red-flag for me. It had plenty of atmosphere, but lacked any sort of climax. Was it "She...she looks exactly like me"?
I walked away feeling that the surreal was all it really had to offer. The character build up was weak to the point that I only knew who anyone was because I read about it in the films description.
Good luck to anyone that worked on the film, and I hope you continue forward in your respective careers. This film just didn't do it for me though.
Guns of the Apocalypse (2018)
Soundtrack from a travelogue
I think I would have forgiven the dubbed voices, and the sideburns that looked like they were made out of electrical tape if the soundtrack hadn't been so tediously unchanging. 1960's travelogue music belongs in 1960's travelogues.
Last American Horror Show (2018)
Arch Hall Jr.
When I saw Arch Hall Jr. in the credits, I just had to watch this. If you're not familiar with his work, you're not alone. He's only done a handful of movies, and most of them were in the 60's. I've Wild Guitar, and The Sadist in my collection, and I'm happy to add Lamb Feed to this one. Out of the 3 vignettes, it was by far the best of the.
Don't take it too seriously, and you'll enjoy it more.