This is Scream for Christmas, a 2000 holiday-horror movie that is awful in almost every single way. From its nonsensical story to its awful look, to its amateurish acting and laughable dialogue.
“Our battle, our struggle, is to create art. Our weapon is the moving picture. Because we have the moving picture,
The Convent is a surprisingly entertaining flick. One with tongue in cheek comedy, over the top performances and lashings of gore.
The first entry in the franchise, Killjoy is a super low budget horror flick directed by Craig Ross and starring Ángel Vargas. It’s a mess of a movie, with a confusing story, bland locations, poor acting and horrible effects.
Carnage: The Legend of Quiltface…doesn’t it say campy, low budget horror that is gloriously entertaining and bloody? Well, it is campy, low budget but not entertaining and not bloody.
Directed by John Fawcett who also co-wrote it with Karen Walton, Ginger Snaps is a werewolf horror that focuses on two sisters.
Proof that no matter how rubbish your film is, anyone can make a sequel and in the case of the Camp Blood films, many…many sequels. Camp Blood 2 looks to continue the story set out in the first in lazy and cliched fashion.
Released in 2000, Cherry Falls continues the trend of poor Scream copycat slashers with a story that is hilariously absurd. Directed by Geoffrey Wright, and starring Brittany Murphy, Jay Mohr, and Michael Biehn. The plot sees a small Virginia town targeted by a serial killer who enjoys offing teenaged virgins.