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“Making light of bullying and school shootings is bad enough, but exploiting them in a gory teen slasher film is reprehensible.”
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The Final (2010)
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Eight new independent visions of terror await genre fans with the fourth go-round of the annual After Dark Horrorfest series. As devotees have discovered from past festivals, the Horrorfest lineup is usually hit or miss, with at least one standout and a few genuine dogs. The 2010 edition is no exception: depending on your taste for terror, the highlight will either beDread, a fairly harrowing if thinly dramatized take on producer Clive Barker's short story about a college project about fear going terribly awry, orLake Mungo, a bloodless but genuinely chilling ghost story done in a convincing documentary format. Norway'sHiddenalso eschews gore for atmosphere; its glacial pace may put off some viewers, but the patient will find subtle scares in its tale of a troubled homecoming overshadowed by murders. If it's body counts you're looking for,Kill TheoryandThe Finalhave them in spades--you'll just have to put up with heavy-handed proselytizing in the former (and some truly ugly scenes) and shopworn characters in the latter. Overly familiar plotting and personas also undo the UK importThe Reeds, a sluggish thriller that pits boaters against killer strays, andZombies of Mass Destruction, a broad political comedy that takes potshots at lame-duck conservative targets. Of course, for some, the horror movie is pure popcorn material, best enjoyed at top volume with the rowdiest of audiences, and comic book writer-creator Brian (Evil Ernie) Pulido's debut ...
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Director: Joey Stewart
Screen Writer: Jason Kabolati
DVD Release Date: March 23, 2010
Runtime: 93 minutes
Studio: Lions Gate
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