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What, and I mean this sincerely, the actual fuck?
Review: This looks like a low budget film trying very hard to appear as such with lots of gore and boobage. This is kind of the 2 directors’ style. John Lechago and Al Burke have worked in Hollywood in many roles. It’s all led him here to this twisted little gore film. It’s great for people who want something different with an attitude. All the effects look fake, so much that you start rating how fake they are as they appear. It’s hard to pick up on anything to relate with because the plot isn’t meant to be realistic. In this here and now, the monster Pigster (half man half pig) is out to find and kill people, in between dark jokes. For me, it was more or less a grand adventure of comedic horror.
A freaking good alligator movie (as far as those go). The two actresses make it easy on the eyes in between dismemberments. I actually really enjoyed this movie, I recommend!
Not half bad! It’s a moderate budget sci fi mystery horror. Well worth watching. Laura Fraser is so so beautiful. I want to go watch everything of hers.
Pull up a seat there weary traveler and listen to my film reviews of: Tone-Deaf, Deadgirl, The One I Love, The Lighthouse, Extraordinary Tales, and Gwen.
Guys who’ve been friends since childhood go on a camping trip that swirls out of control when aliens crash the camp. These aren’t your average friends though, there are special powers afoot. Can they use these to fight the monsters though, that is the question.
Can “Dreamcatcher” actually suck as horror like most the internet says? I say no. In fact I find it to be an enjoyable film with some pretty awesome cgi. And of course, there is the freezing ambiance of snow that really gives you chills. I can see why most critics don’t like it. It’s fragmented and the many stories don’t mesh well into one but perhaps that wasn’t the intent. I say watch this creature feature horror film by Stephen King with an open mind, even when the eel opens it face to swallow people up. You may enjoy it like I did. I see it as a cross between “Stand by Me” and “Alien” though not as good as either individually. The set of kids that grow up with special telekinetic powers make this film work. At that same time, the eel-like alien creature packs the Ooooh Ahhh factor and rounds off this very fun horror film. Read my full written review at: Horror News