Haunted (Maria's "B" Movie Mayhem)
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This film is extremely slow moving, and it gets talky at times. Almost the entire film takes place in this deserted town or film ranch. This location provides good scenery and creepy atmosphere. I personally really like the place where they filmed this; the town combined with the desert, mountains and lake give the film a nice midnight viewing type feel. However, I don't think most horror fans will like it because it's too slow and lacks action. If you're looking for violence and gore, you won't find it here. Some old woman in a cave gets strangled, and there's a bit of blood near the end from a stabbing that's followed by the guy catching on fire and that's it. There's some topless nudity in the film, but there's no explicit sex or full nudity. Some of the music is good and the directing is acceptable, but not much happens during most of the film; people walk around, talk, and you get a good look at the scenery.Read more ›
And what is the point of this film? I'm not sure it has one, but it has lots of really syrupy music and plenty of terrible acting. To think of all the other films I would like to have on DVD and I was suckered in by this one. To date I have liked pretty much everything I've gotten on the Code Red label but this one, oh my...no, no, no. Recommended...that you give this one a miss.
If you're up for something different and you think Aldo Ray is amusing, I'd say check it out.
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I've had a soft spot for this thriller. It ultimately doesn't go where it could or should have, but some nice creepy moody, desert settings, and over the top music. Read morePublished 5 months ago by A. Salas
Why would someone install a payphone booth in the middle of a graveyard? You'll have to watch the movie to find out.Published on December 1, 2013 by Fred Adelman