Daniel Roebuck (TV's Matlock), Vivian Schilling and Dan Bell
Format Used: VHS Tape
Contains: Graphic Language, Graphic Violence, Sexual Content, Rape
There's a major writer's strike and no more horror movies are being made. An advertising Executive has been drafted to draft
a script and having problems writing. What she needs is help. A bad dream gives her and idea but she forgets the dream.
To help with coming up with a cool horror movie a demon shows up during a camping trip and replaces her boyfriend and
tries to help by talking strange occurrences with her friends.
A unique and somewhat fun b-movie from the late 80s'. The cast does a pretty good job, the picture quality could have been
better and some of the stories were a tad weak. But it explains where bad endings come from. the devil makes them do it.
The creature effects are somewhat impressive and Daniel Roebuck who co-starred in Matlock for years does a great job. Not
a perfect movie and not a horrible movie, 4 STARS.
Even though I agree there are some likable elements in this piece I don't see enough of them to recommend. The picture quality
is terrible and some of the performances is sub-high school. Speaking as a man I think this film could have used some nudity.
So, for me I can't recommend this movie. The RASPBERRY.
ON THE POSITIVE SIDE (+ HITS):
+ STORIES (Some of the stories work.)
+ CREATURE EFFECTS (The creature effects work.)
+ ACTORS (Most of the actors do a good job.)
ON THE NEGATIVE SIDE (- MISSES):
- PERFORMANCES (Some the acting was not perfect.)
- PICTURE QUALITY (The picture quality isn't perfect.)
- NEEDED NUDITY (Considering the language they could have used some nudity.)
- FAN BASED (If you aren't big on low budget movies from the late 80s, then this isn't for you.)