Carver's Gate (2002) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Okay, this is the type of movie you take with a grain of salt. If you like low budget movies that are corny, bad effects, and are generally laughable then you might enjoy Carver’s Gate. The movie mixes videogame aspects with a post-future world where people plug into the game in hopes of reaching The Heaven level where they can transend. Along the way there is a murder involving the creator of the game, an investigation, and a rift between the videogame world and the real world that sends creatures from the game into reality. The acting is very bad but at the same time justified with the campy plot. Some of the scenes are soo funny and badly done that you have to run it back to catch what you missed because it was so lame. I personally liked this movie alot, but then again I thought BattleQueen 2020 was classic. This is a movie that many will not like nor will they even care to watch it. Is my life better now that I’ve seen it? No. But it did make me laugh and it did entertain me throughout, and as a whole I would reccomend it to those that like the farfetched and lame Sci-Fi.
About Carver's Gate (2002)
Starring: Michael Paré, Marian Skretas, Tara Maria Manuel, Peter Wylde, Kevin Stapleton
Runtime: 97 minutes
Director: Sheldon Inkol