Fairly decent, until the point where he zooms in on a crisp, clear shot of Mr Boogie in the handheld Super 8 footage he recorded off a DIY projector screen with his camcorder. I mean, I can definitely overlook something like that, but it annoys me, and it seemed like there were lots of things from that point on that were stupid. The end was the worst. A bunch of kids with shit face paint doing ‘creepy’ poses at the camera… ugh.
The Lords Of Salem, 2012
I’d heard this was really bad, and as much as I’d hoped it would be decent… it was pretty shit.
Cabin In The Woods, 2012
“Blu-ray + Digital Copy”… interesting that the digital copy comes as a second disc, and you have to insert it into a computer, choose iTunes or Windows Media Player format, unlock your file using the code from the leaflet (I purchased this brand new and sealed, and there’s no leaflet), then transfer the file to your portable device before watching. Wow, digital films are so convenient!
You Can’t Kill Stephen King, 2012
This was kind of a nice twist on the standard teen slasher horror flick, but it was also very similar to all the other generic horror cliches and still kinda sucked. I would’ve expected more references/nods to Stephen King stories. Maybe I just missed them.
John Dies At The End, 2012
I hadn’t noticed until just now that this was by the guy who did Bubba Ho-Tep. I see the similarities, they are both pretty left-of-centre movies.