Savage Dog (2017) Directed by Jesse V. Johnson

This movie made me realize how fun it actually can be to still watch a B-flick from time to time. You normally would think of the '80's when it comes down to fun and simplistic action-flicks but in all truth there actually still are plenty of capable directors and actors out there that make some pretty decent genre movies, with as an only different that these type of movies immediately disappear into obscurity after release, due to the ever changing market.

Having said all that; no, of course this isn't a great movie. It even isn't really a good one to be perfectly honest but I definitely got an '80's vibe from it and it was pretty fun to watch, when ignoring most of the flaws and weaknesses. My guess is that this movie was heavily inspired by Arnold Schwarzenegger's "Commando" in terms of story, action and even its music. But luckily it's not just another lazy knockoff. There's plenty of originality in the story, though there still isn't much story to begin with, to be honest.

The movie is a bit of an odd mix of martial arts- and gun fights & explosions action. I have to say I was liking the movie better when it was just being a stupid and simple martial arts flicks, though at the same time I also still have to say that the all of the other is pretty decent as well to look at. It's just that Scott Adkins is so much better and more convincing when doing fight scenes. It's actually a bit of a shame how he isn't a well known- and much appreciated actor by now. Sure, he's very well known in certain circles, and in a way that's fine but the large portion of the more mainstream public has still yet to meet Scott Adkins.

All of the fight scenes are pretty well choreographed by director Jesse V. Johnson, who's a stunt coordinator and performer himself. It's of course pretty silly to watch a couple of guys perform some martial arts in the midst of a conflict zone but hey, it's a silly action movie after all. I kind of liked the tournament aspect of the movie and would have been fine with it if the entire movie got centered around it but the movie itself had different plans. It's not like the movie becomes worse to watch once the gunfights become more prevalent but it just doesn't go very well with the earlier tone and settings of the movie. Having said that, the gunfights are pretty well handled as well. It was actually good to see how the movie wasn't holding back with its violence and the movie actually is a pretty bloody and brutal one to watch at parts.

Everything else about the movie is pretty weak unfortunately. It's not entirely unexpected that the story isn't a very impressive or well written one. What's worse though is that certain aspects within it just don't work out at all. For instance the whole romance and more dramatic angles seem like a big waste and don't work out at all. The movie does an incredibly poor job handling any emotions, which maybe isn't just the writing but can also be blamed on the acting.

One of the things the movie also is lacking is a decent enough main villain. The movie instead features a whole bunch of 'small' villains, without a clear 'big' and main one. The villains in the movie are all pretty good and fun but none of them have a big enough impact on the movie and its main story.

It also seems like a big waste how this movie is supposed to be set in 1959 instead of modern times. It sounds like a cool and original enough idea but it in fact adds absolutely nothing to the story and movie doesn't even ever look or feel like it's set in the '50's. The look and style of the movie is far too slick and modern for that, which normally wouldn't be a complaint of course but in this case it somewhat is. Other than that I appreciate the movie for being such a good and professional looking one, though it's still far from perfect and has a couple of 'cheap' looking moments in it.

But really, if you're into simple and fun B-action movies this one still remains a pretty watchable and good enough one for you to watch. It's definitely a tad bit better than the average modern genre attempt and Scott Adkins always is good to watch in these type of things.


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This sounds like one of these high-tech, modern horror flicks, featuring an Internet angle to it but it in fact is merely just another formulaic, 'old fashioned' slasher, set in the woods. This is a good and bad thing at the same time. Good because high-tech horror flicks are usually terrible and absolute cringe-worthy ones but bad because it also means that the movie has very little new to offer.

It's sort of funny how the fact that the two main characters met online is totally irrelevant to the story. ""? Just a hip and original sounding movie title for a slasher, just don't get fooled by it.

In a way I'm also still glad that the movie is more of a straightforward and simplistic slasher. Genre movies from the '70's and '80's also never were the most original or complicated ones but at least they often were still fun to watch. It usually are some entertaining movies, thanks to its creative killings and crazy concepts. This movie is no different, with as an only problem that it just isn't a very well made movie.

A low-budget shouldn't necessarily be a restraint for a slasher and it can actually benefit from it but in this case the movie is just a tad bit too cheap and amateur-like looking. Not just the camera-work but also the editing, the special effects, the sound-quality, the music, the acting. It's all below average, which unsurprisingly so also turns this into a below average genre attempt to watch.

Another problem with the movie also really is that nothing comes as a surprise. It attempts to throw in some twists here and there but the thing about them is that you can see them coming from a mile away already, due to the way how things get build up within the story and are handled by its actors. It's even annoying how this movie plays out as you would expect and brings absolutely nothing new or remotely surprising to the table.

Guess I still somewhat like the movie for being more old fashioned than all hip and modern but I just really can't call it a very successful- or good one to watch as well.


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Robot Wars (2016) Directed by William L. Stewart

No real robots or wars in this movie. So why is it named that way? Because it sounds cool of course!

Maybe the movie doesn't have the most original or revolutionary concept but its a concept that works out well for the movie Its approach ensures that the movie is a good one to watch, for most part anyway. It's an action movie that's shot entirely from a POV-perspective, which definitely makes the movie feel and look like a video-game. It lets the low-budget and simplistic action still seem somewhat good and spectacular. It keeps the movie going and somewhat entertaining to watch as well.

But it's not like the movie has much more to offer though. The story is really secondary, which isn't always necessarily a bad thing for an action-flick but it in this case makes the movie a bit of a tiresome and repetitive one to watch. As a matter of fact, I can't even tell you what its story is supposed to be all about. It's just that messy and/or nonexistent at parts. It never seems to play much of a role in the movie. It's approach also results in it that things aren't ever given the room or time to develop and the story to progress in an engaging and natural way.

I'm sure of it that the movie must have been lots of fun to make though. The actors must have had lots of fun running- and shooting around in futuristic dystopian settings but it's unfortunate that the movie itself isn't half as fun to watch as well. In the long run it really isn't offering enough to keep you interested in it and it isn't doing anything truly surprising or spectacular to make this a very memorable experience.

In a way I still admire the movie. It features a pretty decent concept and idea behind it and all things considering; it's still a pretty well made movie. Sure, its low-budget is obvious all throughout but that didn't stop the movie from trying to be as creative and 'realistic' as possible. I didn't all quite work out very well but I admire the attempt and also have to say that it's a tad bit better than just the average, cheap, genre attempt, that tries to combine action and science-fiction elements.

Not a great movie by any means but still somewhat watchable.


Asylum of Darkness (2017) Directed by Jay Woelfel

Some movies are just too full of itself. What sounds and seems like a straightforward and formulaic enough genre flick actually attempts to be something completely different, which in this case works out quite disastrously.

The movie starts off good and 'normal' enough. I was actually quite liking the movie at first. Sure, it seemed like a typical horror movie, set inside an asylum but it also seemed to have plenty of originality in it and a good enough style of its own. Well, the style actually rapidly became the movie its biggest problem however. The movie completely derails after the fist 10 minutes, when the movie suddenly decides to be all 'style' and very little little 'substance'. Things become messy and unappealing to watch.

Seems that Jay Woelfel have seen one or two too many David Lynch movies. But watching movies doesn't make you an expert on making movies though. It's not a particularly thought provoking or clever movie with any of its themes or story developments. The movie just simply muddles on, without ever heading into a clear direction with anything. Guess point of the movie is to give you a look inside the mind of an insane person but when a movie doesn't handle anything in an interesting enough way, there simply is very little to enjoy.

The movie in fact is way worse then I'm making it sound right now. It's just a complete- unappealing mess that offers absolutely nothing. It's not fun, it's not interesting, it's not exciting. It's annoying and hard to watch instead. Even probably impossible to finish for most people, also especially considering its running time, which is way too long.

Who knows, maybe this movie still could have worked out, if only it got done by a more capable director and with a bigger budget available. The low budget of the movie is pretty apparent. The movie lacks a good and professional enough look and feel to it. The sets, the costumes, the makeup. It's all just a tad bit too amateur-like looking, which definitely does take you out of the movie at times. But well, that's not too big of a problem, since it's hard to get into the movie in the first place.

Just don't watch it.


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Altitude (2017) Directed by Alex Merkin

Just because this is a low-budget- and B-flick people are no doubt going to hate on it and make fun of it but is it honestly such a bad and ridicules movie? I really don't think so. It's good at what it attempts to be and it does what it's supposed to do, in an honestly well handled way.

For some reason I never ever though I would see Denise Richards and Dolph Lundgren in a movie together. It's such an odd mismatch on paper but it definitely works out well within the film. They hardly have any scenes together anyway and it's refreshing to see Lundgren in a bit-part- and villainous role for a change again. Nothing too impressive, just good and fun to watch. Another surprising thing is that here you have a B-action movie starring Dolph Lundgren, yet it's the never-aging Denise Richards who plays the lead role and handles most of the action. It makes the movie a bit different from the usual genre attempt, in a good way.

Not that this is an action packed movie but it definitely is a fast paced one, that always has something going on in it. It's not the most original or compelling story but it's a well handled one, with plenty of tension, good enough characters, interesting elements and action moments in it. Honestly, I never felt remotely bored or annoyed with this movie, despite of course being ridicules and over-the-top at parts.

Because of its settings the low-budget never becomes too apparent, or distracting I should say. It cleverly makes use of its limitations but placing the 90% of the movie aboard a plane, without ever falling into repetition. Sure, some of the special effects are terrible looking but overall the movie still has a good and professional looking style to it. Nothing clumsy about the action and its professional approach ensures that the movie works out well within its genre. I'm really convinced lovers of cheap and silly B-action flicks are going to enjoy this movie, at least as much as I did.

It's not a great movie by any means but it's a pretty good one to simply have a good time with. Nothing too terrible about it. Just a pretty well done and acted out low-budget action-flick, that offers plenty of (simple) entertainment.


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Abbey Grace (2016) Directed by Stephen Durham

It's true that in a way all horror movies are the same and that especially goes for low-budget ones. Instead of creative and original, most movies are too much alike, without having anything in them that makes them standout. And sometimes that still fine, as long as the movie is a well done genre attempt. This however more often than not isn't the case with these low-budget productions, with this movie unfortunately as no exception.

It's hard to tell what's worse about this film; the story or the execution. Both are incredibly problematic, which makes this a below average genre attempt. And calling this movie 'below average' is still generous. It in a lot of ways is worse than that, which can't all be simply blamed on just its limited budget.

The movie is terribly made, with an awful pace, acting and handling of all the horror ingredients in it. The movie fails at creating any good tension and mystery, which sure is mostly due to its writing but also most definitely to the poor handling. The editing, camera-work and directing genuinely ruin some of the 'scare moments' and the very little potential the movie still had in it. It's actually a quite laughable movie at parts, to be honest. Some of the effects, for instance, are quite good, while some of the others are absolutely horrendous and unintentionally funny. Needless to say it takes away most credibility, tension and scares from the movie.

Main problem with the story, besides from not making an awful lot of sense, is that for the longest time there is no clear threat and/or 'villain'. But once the story kicks in, things don't get much better for the movie. It's messy, nonsensical and far from anything remotely surprising or original. It doesn't help much that the main characters are terribly written. One of the characters actually comes across as a creep, rather than a sympathetic one. Hard to say whether this was deliberate or not but in any case, it just doesn't work out very well for the movie. It's also odd how the two main characters are supposed to be brother and sister, while they look absolutely nothing alike and have little to no chemistry. Terrible casting. None of the actors also never seem genuinely scared at anything, so why should the viewers be?

Once you look back at things, the movie really doesn't become much better. The whole haunting aspect doesn't make a lot of sense but to be fair, it rarely does. I mean, if ghosts can push people and appear at random, than surely they should also be able to communicate and tell what they want, without being so darn cryptic and annoying all of the time.

Really not worth seeing, not even if you're really into the genre.


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Blood, Sand and Gold (2017) Directed by Gaelan Connell

This of course hardly is the first ever Indiana Jones knockoff and also definitely far from the first low-budget genre attempt but at least it isn't the worst that's out there.

It's far from the best movie you'll ever see but as far as these low-budget type of genre attempts go this one at least is watchable. Well, for most part anyway. It still does plenty of silly and bad things but as a whole it manages to tell a story that is a very basic- but effective one as well.

It's a bit of a shame that it attempts to be a grand- and adventurous movie, while it in fact really isn't. It isn't offering enough excitement and entertainment as you would expect from a genre movie, which is mostly due to its characters and obviously its low-budget as well. Instead of featuring tons of exotic locations and exciting chase sequences it's being a very bland movie, with too little originality and things to entertain you in it. Really, where is the fun?

There isn't really a good McGuffin, so to speak and no real surprises or good villains either. Bigger problem however remains its lead man; Aaron Costa Ganis. He's lacking way too much charisma to be a good leading man and action hero. It just isn't any fun having to follow him around for 90 minutes, while he does absolutely nothing to make the viewers like- and sympathize with him.

Is it that hard to write some good dialog and think of some good characters and situations? It's as if the movie tried during post-production but as production came closer and things started to become more serious all came tumbling down, also due to some obvious budget restrictions. The ideas where there, just not the money- nor the right people to get to the job done.

Not the most successful genre attempt but still watchable enough, for most part.


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Larceny (2017) Directed by R. Ellis Frazier

Thing that's crazy about these sort of low-budget action-flicks is that they actually often feature hardly any action or excitement in it. So what's left? A thrilling story? Stellar acting performances? Well, no. At least not in this case.

Why on Earth would you cast Dolph Lundgren in your movie if you don't intend to fill your movie to the brim with explosions, gunfire and fist fights. I mean, if you're able to get Dolph Lundgren then use him! And use him right. That doesn't mean letting him act out serious emotions and giving him more than 5 lines of dialog. He mumbles his way through the movie as usual and isn't ever really given the opportunity to shine as an action-star.

It's silly to see how this movie is trying to be a story-driven one, rather than a crazy, fun and entertaining one. And what is the story even about? No really, that's a question; what is it all supposed to be about? I really don't know. Something to do with gangs, a corrupt senator, the CIA. You know, the usual. With as a problem that the story never plays out very well. It's a poorly constructed movie, story-wise. There's never a good buildup and the characters are left dangling as well. Who are all these people? Why are they here and what do they want? At least you're somewhat able to tell the good- and bad guys apart but that's about the only thing that's ever made clear properly in the story.

But I honestly doubt this movie would have been much better if it indeed featured some more action in it. I say this because the action that's in the movie is hardly anything good to begin with. It's actually shockingly poorly shot and 'clumsily' is another word that immediately comes to mind.

Sure, a lot of this could be put on the movie its low budget but then again; is a $6,000,000 really a low budget movie to begin with? Surely they could have put its money to a better use and it really doesn't excuse the movie its poor story and approach and its lack of fun, excitement and creativity.

I know there is a pretty big market for these type of movies and sure, some people are less demanding than others but there really is no way anyone could ever say that this is a good, fun or even remotely exciting movie to watch. At least not with a straight face.


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Broadcasting Christmas (2016) (TV) Directed by Peter Sullivan

It's funny to see how many Chrismas movies are out there that feature (TV) journalists as its main protagonist. It got me thinking and it actually makes somewhat sense. Journalists are often looked upon as fake and cold persons, who are detached from the real world. In other words; perfect candidates for a Christmas movie, in which cold people's hearts always warm up and grumpy and unhappy people turn into the happiest, friendliest people you'll ever see. Sure, it's all very forced and far from realistic but these type of movies are never about realism of course. It's all about bringing joy and giving you a warm and fuzzy feeling, while cuddling up with your loved ones in front of the TV while watching the movie. The Hallmark channel has a very good understanding of this and they keep pumping movies such as this one out faster than fake snow from a snow-machine. If you're in the right mood and into movies such as this it's really quite a treat to watch.

That still isn't saying much about its quality though. Aside from being far from original and always quite predictable to watch they also are never the most impressive movies to look it, with its TV quality look. The script, the acting, the directing, it's never among the most impressive things you could expect from a movie but yet it still often serves its purpose, and it serves it well, as also is the case for this movie.

But lets be honest here, this is more a romantic movie than a Christmas movie really. It cleverly makes use of some the typical Christmas themes but in the end it really isn't a movie that's all about the Christmas spirit. It's a story about two people falling in love again, after a long split. And while it's all very tame and predictable it's also very cute and harmless at the same time. You should never expect big twists or any serious drama from a movie such as this, that in its core is still all about being fluffy cutesy entertainment, for the entire family to watch. The story works out quite well due to the characters and chemistry between its two main actors.

There still is no way anyone could ever call this a great movie though. It's just far too predictable and by the numbers for that, Really, is there any doubt in anyone's mind whether or not the two main characters are going to end up together? i mean, I don't want to spoil it but the answer starts with 'yes' and it ends with 'of course'. 15 minutes before the end it also already really starts to become apparent how the movie is going to end, and indeed, it ends exactly in the way you expect it to. The downside of playing things safe, though the lovers of these type of Chrismas movies are obviously not going to care! And rightfully so. Let's be thankful that not ever movie is an heavy and serious one and some movies are still being made to simply entertain and bring joy to everyone, also without thinking about making as much money as possible.

It's good for what is is. Perfectly fine and harmless for the family to watch around Christmas time, or any other time really.


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The Fiancé (2016) Directed by Mark Allen Michaels

Well, this really is one big mess of a movie. I truly don't understand what this movie is trying to do. Is it supposed to be serious? Is it supposed to be a comedy? Anyway, it doesn't work out all, not even in an enjoyable 'bad-movie' kind of way.

It's not just that the movie is a confusing mix of horror and comedy, its story is all over the place at well. It can't ever seem to focus and instead of following one clear main plot line it features a bunch of flashbacks and side-plots in it as well, that are only distracting and really don't add much to the overall movie and main story. It makes things so incredibly annoying and unpleasant to watch that it's actually hard to finish watching the movie.

It's as if the movie is too afraid to be gory and scary, or that it has no idea how to handle this. This explains all of the goofy moments in the movie, that never work out as anything funny. It's weird, in an incredibly uneasy and unsatisfying kind of way.

It of course remains hard to tell if this movie genuinely would have been better as a full blown and more straightforward horror movie or comedy but at least the movie would have had a better focus and more clear style to it. It's now trying to be too many different things at once, which makes this movie a terribly messy and far from effective one.

Thing that also doesn't help much is the fact that it's a very cheap looking and feeling one. It almost has an amateur-like 'quality' to it, with its sound, camera-work, directing and acting. It's still a pretty impressive movie in some ways, such as with its gore and makeup but in other regards it really remains nothing more but a cheap amateur-project, that somehow made its way to DVD. The bad and cheap elements of the movie definitely outweigh the somewhat decent ones.

Just skip it.


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Mercy (2016) Directed by Chris Sparling

Guess that the movie deserves some points for originality however there apparently can be such a thing as trying too hard to be different and a thing of its own. In doing so, the movie becomes a bit messy at times. Not necessarily complicated to follow but more unpleasant to do.

The movie is trying to do a bit too many different things at once. On the on hand it's trying to be a mystery, on the other a drama and then there are some suspenseful thriller elements in it as well. Sounds good and appealing perhaps but it's a combination of different elements that never works out well for the movie. No doubt that the movie would have benefited from it if it focused on being one thing instead. it's now trying to be far too many things at the same time, with as a result that none of the elements work out effectively enough.

But no, this even isn't the main problem with the concept of the movie. As a matter of fact, the first half of the movie is pretty decent, as it builds up the tension and sets up the atmosphere. There is some good mystery-element to it but this very same mystery soon starts to become a problem for the movie. It's keeping you in the dark about things for way too long. You basically have no idea what is going on, or what all of the characters want, which sounds good for a paranoia type of thriller but the movie never gives you enough information to root for anyone or care about anything. It seems to think that by keeping its viewers in the dark for as long as possible people will stay interested and that it should be enough to keep them on the edge of their seats but instead it lets the viewers feel detached from the story and characters of the movie.

Once you do realize that basically none of the characters are necessarily 'good guys' things get even worse to watch. All tension gets ruined when there's no one to root for and you just don't care anymore about what's happening and how things are eventually going to end up for all of the different characters. With everything wrong with this movie, I genuinely believe that this is it's biggest flaw and the main reason why it works out as a mostly unappealing- and far from engaging movie to watch, despite the fact that the movie features plenty of good thriller moments in it.

You still keep the feeling that this is a movie that very easily could have worked out though. It's mainly because its such a good- and professional looking movie, that also features some pretty decent acting in it. There otherwise also really isn't anything 'bad' about this movie, aside from its flawed concept. The execution of the story is pretty decent, which makes it all the more such a shame that the story itself has so many different flaws in it.

It's still far from the worst movie you could ever watch but not one that's really worth your time either.


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Eliminators (2016) Directed by James Nunn

Most action movie lovers already know it by now but Scott Adkins is well on his way of becoming a great household name in the genre. Perhaps he's not as great as a Schwarzenegger or Stallone but you could call him a new Van Damme or Seagal, even though these persons are still around themselves as well of course. He has the charisma, the looks and all of the fighting skills required for the parts, as well as some pretty decent acting skills.

It's too bad that he's stuck at mostly playing in 'smaller' action movies such as this one though. He does play in some big movies, every now and then but never in a leading role. A real shame, since he's definitely capable enough, as he also once more shows with his role in this movie. While the movie in itself really isn't anything all that special, it's still really one that's well worth your time, especially if you're into the genre of course.

No, this movie really doesn't do anything new and never that happens in it ever comes as a surprise but as far as straightforward and cheaper type of action movies go, this one definitely is a pretty decent one. it's well a well done and good looking movie, that never has a boring moment in it, perhaps because of its very same simplicity and straightforwardness. The action is pretty good, as well as diverse. Gun fights, knives, hand-to-hand combat, it's all in here, though it's still pretty laughable to see some of the fights turn into WWE matches, with some insane combo's and moves, that no one would ever pull off in any normal fight. This of course is due to the presence of Stu Bennett as one of the main villains, who is a WWE wrestler and known better under the names Wade Barrett/Bad News Barrett/King Barrett. It's pretty popular nowadays for action flicks to star WWE stars in them, perhaps more so than ever before. Not too many people know of it though, since most movies remain into obscurity and never make it to the theaters.

I still would be more interested in seeing the prequel of this movie though. The events leading up to this movie sounded far more interesting than the actual story of the movie. It had more depth and layers to it, while the story of this movie remains nothing more but an extremely simplistic and straightforward one, even by action-movie standards. It works well for the movie but at the same time it also obviously prevents it from becoming anything truly great or original. It's just never the most engaging movie, though it definitely very easily could have, if only the movie had a bit more depth to it and concentrated a bit more on the dramatic and serious tones of the movie at times.

But no, I still can't be too negative about this movie. It's pretty good for what it is and if you're into the genre there is no reason why you shouldn't give this movie a shot sometime.


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The Remains (2016) Directed by Thomas Della Bella

It's always a shame to see a movie that does a lot of things right, yet doesn't manage to work out as a very good movie. This movie is a perfect example of that, in my opinion.

It's true that the movie in its core and essence really isn't anything all that special. I mean, it features a very basic sort of plot and has a lot of the familiar genre clichés in it as well. Yet it's a pretty good looking movie, that also never comes across as one that got made by people why didn't had a good idea of what they were doing. The acting, the directing, the cinematography, the effects, it's all quite professional and pretty good but the movie obviously is not without its glaring mistakes and weaknesses either.

First of all, yes, it's a pretty big problem for the movie that it's such an incredibly clichéd and standard one, that tries very hard to be like any other modern popular horror movie, such as "The Conjuring" and "Insidious". It brings absolutely nothing new to the table and it's disappointing how the movie isn't even trying to do anything creative or surprising with its main concept and story lines. It makes the movie predictable but not just that, the execution of all of its predictable elements remain lacking as well.

There basically never is a good or effective enough buildup to anything. Not to its mystery, not to its drama and most definitely not to the horror either. It relies too much on its atmosphere and an handful of jump-scares but that of course isn't enough to make a great horror with. And I say an handful of jump-scares, which in this case is literal. There is far too little happening in this movie, especially in regard to its horror. As a matter of fact, if I were living in that house I probably wouldn't even call it haunted but 'odd' instead. Nothing too extreme or scary is ever happening in it (not until the very end anyway). A direct result of its poor buildup and handling of things.

Story-wise, a lot of things just don't add up. There are lots of loose ends and because the movie relies mostly on clichés and things we already are, oh so, familiar with, the movie never seems to feel the need to delve into things and explain every aspect. Because of this the things that happen toward the end of the movie also feel too sudden and far too random. As a matter of fact, if it weren't for the ending I would have giving the movie a slightly higher rating Up to that point the movie was a very standard and average one but at least it was one that was a better looking and slightly more professional feeling movie than just the average genre attempt.

Things were really looking good and promising for this movie but in the end it unfortunately is nothing more than an extremely formulaic haunted house flick, that does absolutely nothing surprising or anything to scare you out of your wits.


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