I like movies that revolve around creepy cults, I’m always fond of indie horror and I’m developing quite a fascination for British horror films: all of that comes together in Brackenmore (trailer), a horror movie that is finally getting a VOD release after two years in which it was displayed in minor festivals.
Ever since it hit a few festivals in 2017, Revenge created an unreal buzz around itself. When Shutter and Amazon Prime finally released it straight to video, the movie got even more praise to the point it became the most critically acclaimed rape and revenge flick of all time (!)
*Skip the premise (first two paragraphs) if you want to check my take on the twelve movies and their trailers out straight away. Though I suggest you not to do so, since it will explain how I came up with this list*
*Skip the premise (first two paragraphs) if you want to check out my take on the twelve movies and their trailers right away. Though I suggest you not to do so, since it will explain how I came up with this list*
*Check my previews post in the series to read my overall opinion on Eli and his movies*
[THIS REVIEW WILL INCLUDE SOME SPOILERS]
Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell is the sixth sequel to Tremors (1990), one of the best monster B-movie ever made, that spawned a few worthy made-for-television movies.
Remember the first four movies of the franchise? They were so much fun, especially for fans of 80s slasher flicks – besides Season of the Witch (1982), which still was interesting though.