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“It fits right in with THINGS and SLEDGEHAMMER”, raves Outpost-Zeta.com. “DREAM STALKER is something special!” When a Sacramento supermodel is haunted by the super-mulleted corpse of her dead motocross-racer boyfriend, it will unleash an erratically ambitious nightmare of cheap lighting, bad sound, bizarre plotting, gratuitous nudity and grisly effects that Bleeding Skull says is “guaranteed to make you feel like you're trapped in a lo-fi psychedelic abyss of fun!”
- Death By Love Feature
- Remembering Ricky: With Actor Mark Dias
- Dirt Bike Dreams: With Executive Producer Tom Naygrow
- Alan Grant Remembers Death By Love Via Video Skype
- Yvonne Aric And Brad Bishop Remember Death By Love Via Video Skype
“DREAM STALKER is something special!” ---Outpost-Zeta.com
“Guaranteed to make you feel like you're trapped in a lo-fi psychedelic abyss of fun!” ---BleedingSkull
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Imagine a dirt bike guy dying and his fiancee trying to move on from his death, but the guy keeps haunting her via dreams. Friends and those close to her are killed in strange ways. Then suddenly the fiancee stays at a remote cabin, and adults, or teens, or I can't tell what age these people who are camping nearby are supposed to be also end up in the dream killer's cross hairs. This is basically a wild slasher movie peppered with oddness.
I loved this movie because it's gory, funny, poorly shot, and for old SOV fiends, this itches the scratch. Death by Love wasn't my jam, but Dream Stalker is the star of the show. For those worried about the bad audio, there are subtitles. Problem solved.
It is fairly good when compared to other ultra-low budget horror flicks shot on video. The acting is slightly better than average, the camera work is mostly okay, and what effects and make-up it features aren't bad either. The pacing is mostly pretty good, and, although the script could have done with another draft or two to make the dialogue a little better, there aren't too many characters behaving stupidly or illogically due to plot dictates. That said, the film is marred by some of the worst sound work I've seen beyond home videos. In several scenes, the dialogue is drowned out almost completely by background noise, as if the crew was using microphones on their video cameras instead of mikes on the actors or booms.
Even with that annoying techincal flaw, 'Dream Stalker' might have earned Three Stars if the last quarter of so of the story hadn't started to fall apart when it should have been building to its climax; it was almost as if the writer or director traded in story for wild hacking and slashing.