Deadsight is just another apocalyptic, end-of-the-world, zombie movie with I guess the added measure of starring a main character who is pregnant helping a mysterious blind man around, otherwise this is throwaway horror at best.
The Intruder seems like the kind of “old school” thriller that would come out of the 1990s back in the day but nowadays probably would be featured as a Lifetime made-for-TV feature, just with a more recognizable and respectable cast.
Under the Silver Lake is certainly not for everybody and after a great outing with It Follows, this one just didn’t do it for me, rambling with no real direction for over two hours though at least Andrew Garfield wasn’t bad.
I really hate Sharknado and its popularity giving green light to so many terrible copycats that tried to be as tongue-in-cheek but miserably failed. Here we get six of these awful movies that only masochists could truly enjoy.
2047: Virtual Revolution was a surprisingly solid sci-fi action-thriller that does heavily borrow from Blade Runner and even The Matrix, but I had a lot of fun and was thoroughly engaged until the end.
Don’t Look is actually not a half-bad, independent horror movie that takes homage to the 1980s slashers and does feature some respectable gore effects and a few decent performances. Far from perfect but still a mild recommendation.
Animalistic is hardly an “enjoyable” film and doesn’t really stand out even amongst the revenge films that have come before like I Spit on Your Grave (including a remakes and sequels) but I will say for the most part Hanna Oldenburg wasn’t too bad.
The more appropriate title for Scrawl should have been “Scattershot” instead with an awfully confusing plot from the get-go. The only reason this is now receiving any more attention is it does feature a pre-Star Wars Daisy Ridley.
Hi-Death is an anthology movie that has many of the pratfalls of others where most of the segments are garbage with one or maybe two having some value but here even the ones were decent, it’s cancelled out due to the cheap looking production.
The Forest of the Lost Souls has somewhat similar themes to The Sea of Trees and, to some extent, The Forest. The movie, thanks to the black and white picture, does have a haunting feel to it and the film as a whole does pull you in.
Doom Room, which was originally titled Nightmare Box, had an interesting, if not simple, concept but the independent filmmaking wasn’t up to snuff where they didn’t do a very good job covering up the deficiencies.