The Rating System

All opinions are my own. We are all different. What I may think is great, you may this terrible. Don't let my opinios stop you from exploring the vast world of horror in all media.

~Mind Blowing: Search for this movie immediately. It can only be described as pure greatness and possible an instant classic.

~So Good: Highly recommended because for one reason or another it stands out above the usual fair. Put the movie on your radar as it wont disappoint.

~In the Middle: The movie is a nothing special, average affair. It may entertain in the short term but it will be easily forgettable in the long haul.

~Warning: This movie is a cliched driven slop of familiar territory. Only watch if you're really of fan of this type of material.

~Steaming Pile: The movie is absolute garbage, a complete bore, and not worth the time or effort.

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

V/H/S/2 (2013)

Starring: Lawrence Michael Levine, Kelsy Abbot, Adam Wingard, Hannah Huges, Jay Saunders, Jeremie Saunders, Samantha Gracie
Director: Simon Barrett, Adam Wingard, Eduardo Sanchez, Gregg Hale, Timo Tjahjanto, Gareth Evans, Jason Eisner

A private investigator is looking for a missing son stumbles into an old house to find a collector of bizarre video tapes.

My Take:
The wrap around episode "Tape 49" starts to shed a little more around the mystery of the tapes. Its a decent segment that hold the movie together.

"Phase I Clincal Trials" has a man with an eye implant starting to see ghosts in his home. Its the weakest of the bunch but still manages a few scenes.

"A Ride In the Park" is a very unique take on zombies as we get the point of view of a man who gets attacked and turns into a zombie and then go on a rampage.

"Safe Haven" is a over the top tale about a religious cult. It's my favorite of the bunch which starts out slow and then goes into full on chaotic weirdness and blood splatter mode.

"Slumber Party Alien Abduction" is exactly what it sounds like... aliens invade a home where a boy is have a bunch of friends staying the night. It's decent and definitely has an innovative use for filming the action.

Rating: So Good

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