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Review: My reaction as I started the movie was it was filmed like an A Type Hollywood movie, with some decent acting,and thus the actual watching was quite easy to watch, initially, and stay intense on Who is the Mr. NOBODY. Also missing the Hills Have Eyes (2006) remake, and A L'interieur, the 2013 remake of the Evil Dead and the I spit on your grave remake also. The plot in the original movie is about a family on their way to California for a vaction, but soon find themselves stranded in the middle of the dessert. Even though this movie was not extremely successful, it gives screenwriters and directors a vision of what horror could look like with a good script.
Being an novice but ardent horror lover - Reviews Of Scary Films - then, I initially thought of Afterdark Horrorfest films being a very good source of horror movies. This movie mixes the notion of the original, with the concept of Hostel, and it works ok at first glance. I'm not sure you'd care much for the first one either, but I don't really know what types of horror you prefer.
This movie is nothing more than just another stereotypical slasher that we've seen a bout a billion times before in the past. Although Insidious is not very scary, it is a great horror film, I think that should be incorporated into this list. All this changed with Rajkumar Kohli's Nagin (The Female Snake) in 1976, which once again changed the very concept of Bollywood horror movies.
Technically, cinematography by Mukesh is huge plus while the music is just okay and the sound design, which is an integral part of the horror thriller too is above average. The movie opens with Detective Joseph Thorne (Sheffer) playing speed chess against a Professor, and winning easily, while a basketball game rages in the background. I didn't even have much of the information and release schedule about the horror world, life was happening. Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead) returns to TV with another adaptation of one of his comic book horror series properties.
This movie, for all intents and purposes was nothing more than a Punisher movie to me. Even though the character did NOT have any affiliation with Marvel or the comic book world, that's what you felt from the Sergeant that reuses people from mayhem. This is where the movie takes a cool turn, showing us what's on the other side of the veil, and let me tell you: It ain't pretty. A Japanese director likeNobuhiko bayashi will make something as insane asHausuon purpose, but Italian directors likeGiulio Paradisi (working here under the amazing pseudonym Michael J Paradise) will turn out a movie like The Visitoras an attempt at producing a mainstream hit.
Babadook is my pick for best horror film of the decade so far thoigh, it shredded my nerves. I can look past the acting, which wasn't world class, and still enjoy the thrills of this movie. Another hidden horror gem is John Carpenters apocalypse trilogy: In the Mouth of Madness, The Thing and Prince of Darkness. Baskin's final black mass is a fantastic location, but it begins to feel more like a satanist recruitment video (not the reddit liberal satanists now associated with the name maybe some theoretical hardcore splinter group) or death metal video than a movie.
Oddly, this was the 2nd time in a row for me that a projectionist had to be told to do his/her job, as myself and some friends were the only ticket buyers for another movie over the weekend, and as with this showing it seems word that a ticket(s) had been purchased never reached him/her. If you are a huge fan of horror movies, or you have an adrenaline rush and want to get super freaked out, this is right up your ally. In Episode 085 of HORROR MOVIE PODCAST, we bring you another Frankensteinian episode. A very amateurish camera work and direction can be easily noticed in the movie.