You’d think that if you were gonna make a movie that has a substantially portion of it take place at night, you’d invest in some decent lighting and just film at night… as opposed to filming during the day and then trying to make it look like night time in post. That aside, this was still pretty shit. Even the daylight scenes had this horrible effect over them…
I’ll never understand how a DVD gets a release when the image has been encoded to sit within a black from on all four sides.
Regarding the film itself, it wasn’t very good.
For some reason, this came up on Netflix wile I was searching for Wild Things 2, which wasn’t on there. Based purely on the thumbnail image, it looked like shit, and I was in the mood for some shit, so on it went. I’m surprised somebody funded this in the year 2016. I thought this nonsense would have died off a few years into YouTube? Anyway… shitter than I imagined it could have been.