Horror V.5 2010 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Ron (Waylon Payne) and Dina (Miranda Bailey)—unexpectedly pregnant and broke—list their unborn child for adoption on the internet and hope for the best: someone wealthy and willing to pay up front. An easy plan; take the money and run. Enter Paul (Jeffrey Donovan) and Maria (Leonor Varela). Rich, desperate for a baby, and ready to play a twisted, sadistic game of their own…
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD
Brother and sister Johnny (Russell Streiner) and Barbara (Judith O’Dea) travel to a remote town in Pennsylvania to visit the gravesite of their deceased father. But the dreaded trip turns into a terrifying nightmare when a flesh-eating zombie attacks the pair, killing Johnny. Barbara escapes and runs to the first residence she sees—a lone farmhouse where a group of people has taken refuge against the monsters. But their hiding place isn’t safe for long. When darkness falls, a mass of ravenous zombies descends upon the house, and by the dawning of the next day, all that’s left is a sole survivor.
In a week-long anarchistic rampage of violence, death, and destruction, the RAZOR EATERS take suburbia prisoner, gaining a cult following by taping their attacks on all who deserve punishment: corrupt politicians, arrogant sports stars, filthy drug dealers and more. Following their trail of looted stores, torched cars, blown up houses and bullet-ridden bodies, Detective Danny Berdan relentlessly tracks the gang until the ultimate bloody confrontation explodes in a mind-blowing, twist climax.
Millions witnessed Philip Markham’s (Edward Furlong) public humiliation when he got dumped by Catherine, the beautiful star (Jaime Pressly) of a popular dating show, and now—several years and reality series later—he wants revenge. After taking Catherine captive, he lures nine unsuspecting co-eds to her luxurious mansion in the middle of nowhere, trapping the contestants in his own sick version of reality TV—where the challenges are bizarre, the danger is real and death is just a competition away.