i must have seen a different film!!
I cannot think of one single thing that I would change about this film. The acting is incomparable, the directing deft, and the writing poignantly brilliant.
There is, somehow, an interesting story here, as well as some good acting. There are also some good scenes
Lincoln, a bullied rock kid, is sent out to a reform school out in the desert after sticking a fork in the face of one of his tormentors. Unfortunately the bullying starts all over again, however the spirit of a bullied dead girl called Moira just happens to be on hand to carry out bloody revenge on his new tormentors, often by razor blade. Quite an interesting idea. Can't help but feel sorry for this guy, though he does find comfort in the arms of a beautiful girl. Some fairly good gore to be seen, acting and production values both reasonable. Look out for a short mid-credits scene. Pretty average overall.
SOME KIND OF HATE is another grim and grimy B-movie horror flick with a generic feel. I do get tired of these greyed-out lifeless productions with underachieving actors who barely do any kind of acting at all. This one tells an age-old story of classroom bullying, which leads the oppressed victim to summon up the long-dead spirit of a girl who proceeds to wreak gory mayhem on the bullies responsible. The tale is heavy on the gore and light on everything else; singularly unsatisfying, with the only feeling evoked depression.
It sickens me to see how poorly people rate horror movies these days. I once belonged to a group of horror movie fans, but now I am alone.Don't get me wrong. I hate B-movies. I hate the majority of Redbox horror movies that most people have not heard of. But this movie is truly something good and special, and to see it thrown in the gutter by people who I would have trusted as my horror loving peers, has disappointed me.I remember seeing "It follows" a couple years back and I thought it rocked. It was a throw back to 80s horror that I really appreciated it. So I did some google searches looking for the next "It Follows". That is when I came across my first internet review of Some Kind of Hate.When I watched it, I was not disappointed. I guess you could call this film a cult horror classic, since it is apparent from other reviews, that a very unique clique of people will appreciate this film for what it offers.From storyline, to acting, to environment, to just the feel and soundtrack and nature of the film, I really enjoyed it. If I was looking at these IMDb reviews, I would never have given it a chance. The plot and dialogue is simple, but interesting. One of the main characters is victim is extreme bullying. Karma takes spiritual form and comes back with a vengeance. It's not filled with the gore and special effects throughout the movie you might see in most horror movies that make it to the big screen, but its got story and heart. For the record, I would give it 1 star less than It Follows. But this still is a good movie, worthy of re-watching over the years.
My very first review on here.The movie was definitely decently gory. It comes into problems because there are too many characters, but it brings something a bit different than the average horror movie.Be ready for a low budget, and a lot of teen angst, as well as a somewhat slow start. But if you know what it was like to be bullied, this film can hit some cores in your memory.No nudity, which is a bit sad, especially with the obvious sexual undertones in the film, but what can you sayIt's independent and it shows. But it's good for a rent or a Netflix when you have nothing better to do. Just be ready for the angst.