Kolobos (1999) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Kolobos (Daniel Liatowisch and David Todd Ocvirk, 1999)
Silly, derivative late-nineties slasher fare with an ending you can see coming from a mile (or eighty minutes) away. Basic plot of young-and-beautifuls in a big spooky house getting offed one by one. Some inventive methods of doing the offing, not that anyone’s liable to care given cardboard characters and stock setups. There are more than enough slasher films on the market that only the true obsessives will need to track this one down to complete a collection; the rest of you can find many, many better alternatives with which to spend your time. *
Synopsis:Night. Rain splatters the city. A young couple out for a drive take a shortcut through a deserted alley and makes a gruesome discovery: a girl...
About Kolobos (1999)
Starring: Linnea Quigley, Ilia Volok, Mari Weiss, Jeremy Kendall, Laura Holman, Crystal Holman, Monique Moral, Joann Wabisca, Kim Simms Thomas, Kelly John Okla, Amy Weber, Laura Walker, Donny Terranova, Craig Hammond, Nichole Pelerine, Cassie Kaser, John Fairlie, Sam Hays, Promise LaMarco, Laura Chang, Todd Beadle, David Todd Ocvirk, Jonathan Rone, Ivan Battee, Blaine Bolton
Runtime: 84 minutes
Director: Daniel Liatowitsch, David Todd Ocvirk
MPAA Rating: R
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