Part stranger things, part by the numbers psychological thriller. All strange. Some interesting scenes that leave you genuinely uncomfortable. No true scares, per se, but a great deal of discomfort. Interesting entry in the Shudder Original collection.
On par with “The Room” in the quality department. So bad it’s kind of entertaining film making. Shout-out to Shudder and “The Last Drive-In” for digging this gem out of the depths of the archives. (They had to actually find an editor to finish the film because they never finished it back in the day.) The movie about killer wild hogs that no one ever asked for, during the killer swine craze of never. A Shudder classic.
Jamie Lee Curtis fights of a serial killer in a mask. Sounds familiar, doesn’t it? *cough* Halloween *cough* Lori Strode has to again save a bunch of clueless teenagers from a killer on the loose on the night of a community wide holiday/event.
Heavy on the disco. Pretty typical Shudder slasher flick. Cheesy, lots of blood and screams.
Well… that was… strange. Definitely one of the more oddball films I’ve seen in my quarantine run thus far.
Major style points, as the setting of the film and the nostalgia of being able to be in a movie theater definitely won me over. The nude ghost/demon woman who is summoned like the girl from “the ring,” whose method of killing was… definitely unexpected. Very strange film overall. Still not quite sure what to make of it. Highly original, though. That much was a breathe of fresh air.
MUCH better than the remake! I actually didn’t mind sitting through this one. Actually enjoyed it quite a bit. Little cheesy, but that’s to be expected in this genre. Looks like it was made for about $50. However, a solid slasher flick, with a solid cliffhanger ending we all root for in the these things.