Serial (2007) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Despite it’s exploitation cover and decent opening scene this is basically a long drawn out DRAMA that is more concerned with people straring off into space during many (thoughtful / introspective) scenes with mundane ‘music’ droning on. The actors often wait a long time between lines of dialog for effect and the dialog that is here is almost all very boring and will wear any sane person down in time. I absolutely could NOT bear every scene of dialog in this thing so I did skip ahead at times to get to some scene with something going on. If anybody says they watched this thing all the way through without fast forwarding I’ll say they are a liar or a living corpse. This ‘movie’ is one of those things that’s only important to the people who made it, as it doesn’t seem like they even cared if it entertained anyone or not. Somebody must have reminded them that they were supposed to be making a horror movie (as they so shamelessly have marketed it) so they tried to get back to it in the last few minutes but alas it was too little too late. This thing’s a real stinker!
About Serial (2007)
Starring: Tim Page, Vic Aviles, Patricia Harnage, J. Robinette Smith
Director: Jr Richard Clark