Plot: It’s the 50s in Georgia and Agatha (Sabrina Kern) is pregnant but unmarried. There’s only one place she can go: the convent that has been taking in women like her for many, many years now. What seems like the perfect place to have her child in peace and then be able to return to her old life as if nothing has happened, quickly turns sour as Agatha starts to find out more about the convent and what happens inside its walls.
St. Agatha didn’t work for me at all. On the one hand, it handles a very sensitive topic very badly and on the other hand it doesn’t make much sense. Additionaly, it’s so full of clichés, it made the entire thing even more annoying.
Julia (Jessica Lowndes) is a reporter who dreams of getting to write a big story. When her sister and her family is killed, her reporterly instincts kick in and she starts to investigate why a stranger with no connection to her family and apparently deeply regretful about his actions would take her entire family from her. With the help of her ex-boyfriend Declan (Joe Anderson), a police officer, Julia takes up a trail of mysteries that is connected to Jebediah Crone (Daytone Callie).
Abattoir works from an interesting idea and with strong visuals, but unfortunately the clichéd characters do take away some of the enjoyment. Still, it’s an interesting addition to horror movie lore.
Tales of Halloween is a horror film anthology with 10 short films, all taking place on the same Halloween night, framed by the narration of a radio DJ (Adrienne Barbeau).
Tales of Halloween is an enjoyable collection of segments that makes time fly by. I especially enjoyed how interconnected the segments were, using the same set and often the same extras as well. Not all segments were equally strong, but altogether, it’s a great film.
After the jump, I’ll talk about each of the segments separately. And since the film is filled to the brim with cameos and familiar faces, I have pointed them out as well, at least as far as I could place them.
In the future, organs can be ordered, surgery is the favorite hobby of the world and one company rules the world: GeneCo. And for things to run smoothly, GeneCo employs a Repo Man, in charge of bringing back those organse people can’t pay for anymore.
In this world lives the naive Shilo (Alexa Vega), fiercely protected by her father Nathan (Anthony Stewart Head) because she has a rare blood disease that also killed her mother. But Shilo not only wants to break free – she needs to.
Oh boy. I did not expect this film to be good. At all. But even those expectations I had were still too high. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a musical with worse music or a plot that made less sense. And when even Anthony Stewart Head seems like he can’t act his way out of a soap opera, you’re doing something seriously wrong.