Scary Movie Reviews G
:: Gallowwalkers :: 2012 :: Andrew Goth ::
I’ve been avoiding watching this movie for YEARS. Well, you win, Gallowwalkers. I’m sick. I don’t have much to do. I’m going to give it a go. Here are some things about me: I generally like zombie movies. I generally dislike Westerns. This movie has it all. Terrible acting, poor dialogue, objectification of women, cheesy flashbacks. And Wesley Snipes? I don’t know what kind of lottery he lost, or favor he owed the director, but what the hell, man? The plot can most accurately be described as nonsensical. Somewhere between a Western and one of those weird future sci-fi flicks, where one, outdated civilization has returned to be the predominant culture. One of the worse movies I’ve tried to watch.
P.S. What the fuck did they do with the $17 million budget? Sure didn’t use it for production.
:: The Girl with All the Gifts :: 2017 :: Colm McCarthy ::
I love when a new zombie film comes out. I don’t really pay attention to what movies are coming out and such, so it’s always a surprise. This movie had me hooked in the beginning. Why so afraid of the kids? What’s going on? Real decent Day of the Dead bunker vibe. And then it just started to lose me. Bit by bit it became less interesting. And the idea of zombie babies, fuck off. Just let it go already. I found Glenn Close’ doctor to be an irritating character, and they never really explained why she knew so much about things that seemingly no one had ever seen before. And I don’t just mean the characters hadn’t seen, like, NO ONE had seen. Well, whatever. You can make a winner out of every movie. This is actually worth a watch. It has some alright jump scares and a good ambiance for most of film.