Bay Cove (2004) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
PLOT: a young couple, hoping to escape the troubles of everyday life, move into a farmhouse on an isolated island. Soon, however, they discover that their neighbors are members of a Satan-worshipping cult…and they’re the next human sacrifices.
MY REVIEW: I picked this up a store for [...], not expecting a whole lot. Imagine my surprise when I discovered that this is actually a really well crafted horror film! the acting was top-notch, there was a sense of creepiness and unease throughout, and there was a lot of suspense. I enjoyed the appearance of Woody Harrelson as the ill-fated Slater. I was also surprised to see Barbara Billingsley as one of the cult members. Who’d a thought that Mrs. Cleaver would turn out to be a murderous devil worhipper? The only complaint I have is that the pace dragged a little at parts, but it wasn’t much of a problem. Anyway, if you’re looking for a good old fashioned creepy horror movie, definately pick this up.
ACTING: Pamela Sue Martin was believable and likable as Mrs. Lebon. Tim Matheson won me over as Mr. Lebon, he put on a really good show. Barbara Billingsley really creeped me out as Beatrice. Brrrr. Woody Harrelson was a hoot to watch as Slater. He put in a good performance.
GORE: none. this film relies on the atmosphere, which is a good thing in my book.
About Bay Cove (2004)
Starring: Christopher Fare, Wendy Strehlow, Isla Fisher, Shayne Vea, Michael Muntz
Runtime: 95 minutes