If one finds any of these segments more scary than annoying, they’ve got a lot of patience and not much in the way of expectations when it comes to story telling. It’s not easy to envision the future of film making in this crowd.
If you ever wanted to see a more scenic and less intelligent version of Jaws, here ya go.
Is this series worthwhile or is it just one big Golden Sombrero?
…this film makes its fellow office massacre film The Belko Experiment look like Shakespeare.
This film is appreciable for it’s dedication for recreating the original stories. The problem is, the story is better when you are playing a video game at 3 a.m. all hopped up on Mountain Dew.
The first thing one knows when going into the movie Halloween Kills is that, contrary to what Laurie Strode insists, there is a pretty sure bet that evil doesn’t die tonight.
The older he gets, the more it feels like he gave up trying long ago. If this slate of films is considered art of any kind, then I don’t know crap about film. I only know these films qualify as crap.
You can skip this and just assume you will know the real killer in the first 5 minutes.
This is not so much a film to remember as it is one to learn from. There were a lot of movies like this one in the 1980’s, and we survived to make more stupid films later.
This film feels left over from Clint Eastwood’s discard bin.
Watch this only if you need to see everything Chastain or Mbatha-Raw have done. Otherwise, avoid.
We’re supposed to connect dots that have since been shown to be tentative at best. It feels like an irresponsible stab at cheap entertainment.
The best thing about the Never Hike… series is the way it takes its time getting to actual kills. It has confidence and is in no hurry.
See this movie…if you’re looking to get away from the crowds for an hour; it’s a sure bet to see in the theater this weekend.
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