I like the storyline of this show,it attract me so much
This is a coming of age storyline that you've seen in one form or another for decades. It takes a truly unique voice to make yet another one worth watching.
There is, somehow, an interesting story here, as well as some good acting. There are also some good scenes
This is a parody of 80's slasher flicks, especially the Friday the 13th franchise. The story revolves around five teens somehow being translated into a fictitious 1986 slasher movie called "Camp Bloodbath." The prematurely deceased mother (Malin Akerman) of the teen heroine (Taissa Farmiga) starred in the movie and she gets to meet her again, albeit as a young woman.While this 2015 film is a throwaway flick it's reasonably entertaining, especially if you're familiar with slasher films. What I like best is that it has heart and you can feel the loving relationship of mother and daughter. It's also nice to see Nina Dobrev again, who's one of the most alluring females in the cast, although she's outshined by curvy Angela Trimbur as airhead Tina.The movie runs 1 hour, 28 minutes and was shot in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with some stuff done in Los Angeles.GRADE: B-
Not terrible? Angela trimbur is, however. Honestly one of the worst actresses I've ever witnessed, I'm not exaggerating, watch her and pay attn and it'll blow ur mind how consistently bad she is. Adam whatever his name is didn't seem to fit as the lead. Has some creative stuff in it which is more than I cAn say for 93.72% of movies these days. I would bump this up to a 6.5 if I could bear Angela Trimbur but she seriously ruins whatever I watch when she's in it. I hope they make a movie abdout someone shaving her ridicosuloy overdone eyebrows that she stands behind like having thick eyebrows is some beacon of feminism that actively helps take down the patriarchy.
Interesting premise but it's not intelligent enough to pull it off.
First off, I actually enjoyed the film quite a bit, but there were rarely moments that I thought were that clever. The premise was interesting enough. I thought they could've done so much more with the film. There were tons of opportunities for intriguing scenes, but the writing and direction didn't really deliver in any of the concepts. The story is fun for a quick watch if you're bored, but don't go into it expecting much else than a few laughs.As for the production, everything was done well enough. The CGI isn't very good, but it's not a movie where that really matters honestly. The cinematography can go from really good to uninspired within each scene. I didn't think the acting was horrible. It was supposed to be cheesy and bad like classic horror movies, I just thought that they went a little too far in some places with how poor the dialogue was. None of the characters were that interesting which was disappointing because I thought the film was supposed to be a spin on the usually cliché horror films.The comedy in the film wasn't that strong unfortunately. I think most of the times I laughed were from jokes that were already in the trailers. I do have to admit that the outtake reel at the end of the film is pretty funnier. A lot of those moments during the credits are much funnier than the rest of the film.There are also supposed to be some heartfelt moments in the film, and to be fair some of those attempts are pulled off well, but a lot of the time it fell a flat because they didn't develop the characters enough for me to really care about them.Overall, I just wished they would have explored the ideas they presented in better detail. I think if they were aiming to create a fun movie that pokes fun at horror films and tries to be something new, they didn't do a great job. The idea is much better than the execution.