1. Open Grave [2 outta 5]
As the slogan goes flick is pretty intense in the beginning drawing in the attention of whomever is watching and is pretty captivating in the beginning. But as it progresses the paranoia of whose who and maybe that guy is not a good guy scenario starts to build and add suspense then suddenly bam! the most loser climax known to man hits this good picture so far and all the suspense goes down the drain and thoughts of thank you very much for watching, I wasted my time, why did I watch this ensue. The budget was ok needed work on the story. But in all seriousness it can be watched.
Directed by Gonzalo López-Gallego
Sharlto Copley … John / Jonah
Thomas Kretschmann … Lukas
Josie Ho … Brown Eyes
Joseph Morgan … Nathan
Erin Richards … Sharon
2. The Human Race [ 1.5 outta 5 ]
Strange story by an over ambitious director perhaps lacking the resources and good actors as well, the story was boring, the acting was awful and the climax was lame. The only redeeming feature of this flick was a disabled guy defying the odds. This is a pretty amateur film and gets on your nerves. Come on people are running around in circles.
Only to be watched if you have nothing else to do at all!
Directed By: Paul Hough
Paul McCarthy-Boyington … Justin
Eddie McGee … Eddie
Trista Robinson … Deaf Female
3. Armistice [1 outta 5 ]
This support guy from Open Grave and look alike from a popular Turkish drama ensues in an endless prison contained within a house destined to live the same events over and over again until his escape. Each day this behlul guy fights a humanoid monster after eating the same breakfast each day, wow. If only there was more budget involved and this guy seriously tried to make an effort to get out of the house he was trapped in this flick would have been more bearable. Being the snoozefest this flick is its easily readable as what’s going to happen next. I gotta hand it to the director and writer this has gotta be the most budget friendly script I’ve seen so far. Come man if this dude was so macho why didn’t he try to break the glass windows with a chair or something? Loser! Boy no watch, unless weirdo! This reminds of an anime I saw were the newly dead get transported someplace oh well.
Directed By: Luke Massey
Joseph Morgan … A.J. Budd
4. The Dead Matter [ 0.5 outta 5 ]
The only good thing about this movie is Tom Savini and an ass grab, this flick is so bad its crap. Nothing redeeming is in this crap not to mention the crappy wig that Andrew Divoff is wearing and this lame story of controlling zombies. This is sooo cheesy I gained a few pounds after watching this flick. The acting is terrible and the budget is way low, you can see dead bodies breathing its that low. Theres no justice in this movie for the viewer that is. New to be directors should watch this movie as a warning, if you cant produce it dont produce it. That is one irritating bitch GF in this movie. NO unless you like watching bad shit! PS the brother looks like a pimp.
Director: Edward Douglas
Andrew Divoff … Vellich
Jason Carter … McCallister
Tom Savini … Sebed
Sean Serino … Gretchen
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1. Chilling visions: 5 senses of fear
An anthology movie of five stories based on the five senses, supposedly better than V/H/S, lacking the most crucial element obviously horror. Feels like a cheesy 80s horror tv serial, nothing special to see here except for a lady with shark teeth! 1 outta 5!
Think of it as transformation horror like the fly, but more relative to STDs. Low on elements like HORROR and more on gross-dom, nothing special in this flick except a diseased lesbo. 1.5 outta 5.
Night of the living dead type zombie apocalypse yada yada yada, boring bad acting nothing special, tough guy routines end of the world bad. 0.5 outta 5.
Better than the above mentioned flicks, not a master piece and not a very clever story but at least there’s action. Forced mortal kombat of abducted chicks what more to say eh.