After Dark Horrorfest Films to Die For Unrest / Reincarnation / The Gravedancers / The Hamiltons / Wicked Little Things / Dark Ride / Penny Dreadful 2007 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
I remember seeing previews for these movies when they were being shown at movie theaters and they looked pretty good. I know they wouldn’t be the best quality films, but I had seen one on TV and it was decent, so I didn’t expect a problem from buying these 7.
First of all, I was bummed that they didn’t give you all 8. Why did you have to leave out that last movie? Was it really that much of a problem? That issue aside, these were mostly pretty lame movies. The story lines were interesting, but most of the actors ruined it. I can deal with cheesy low budget effects, but if you have that AND poor acting then there’s no hope.
I didn’t find a single one of these films “To Die For”. Not even a single moment of any of them was scary. Maybe next time they’ll have higher budgets.
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