New Horror  Reviews
In regards to horror hitting the market in 2015, Cub is a standout effort. There’s no telling when it will land stateside, or if the general audience will see the same beauty that I see, but for my buck, this is a shoe-in for a Top 10 of 2015 list.
Let’s talk again about the kills in Sinister 2. Does anybody remember the urban legend about trapping a rat in a metal bowl on top of somebody and then putting hot coals on the top of the bowl to “motivate” the rat to dig a new passage out? Just wondering. The electrocution scene is pretty bad too. I can still picture the mom writhing around. Yuck.
For all the promise La Entidad has, it inevitably tears loose at the seams, spilling all hope of something special in a scattered, hopeless mess. There is no ingenuity, there are no courageous maneuvers to respect.
Dark Summer is available on DVD/VOD. But don’t waste your beautifully sunny summer day with this picture. You’ve got better things to do and better films to see.
The acting in The Atticus Institute was overall pretty atrocious – aside from a few supporting actors. Technically, the period costumes and the overall ‘70s look were pretty solid. I will give kudos to a couple of effective “boo” moments as well.
Dark Places is more thriller than horror, but it features an amazing cast, a terrific story and some moving family revelations!
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