Blood Fest (2018)

Blood Fest
Director: Owen Egerton
Writer: Owen Egerton
Cast: Robbie Kay, Jacob Batalon, Seychelle Gabriel, Barbara Dunkelman, Chris Doubek, Nicholas Rutherford, Tate Donovan, Rebecca Lynne Wagner, Owen Egerton, Gavin Free, Zachary Levi
Part of: the Secret Society Screening at the /slash Filmfestival
Seen on: 30.9.2018
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Plot:
Dax (Robbie Kay), Krill (Jacob Batalon) and Sam (Seychelle Gabriel) are absolutely excited: Blood Fest – the mega fun fair slash fan convention about all things horror is coming to their town. And they know that they have to be there. But Dax’ father (Tate Donovan) is dead-set against it, as he is against everything horror-related since Dax’ mother was killed. Dax manages to go anyway, but once there, it turns out that something sinister is going on at Blood Fest.

Blood Fest is no masterpiece, but it’s fun and entertaining. Horror movie fans will feel a little like watching a bobble head with all the nods the film throws at them and that makes most of its charm. I enjoyed it.

The film poster showing a group of teens in front of a mostly red background with scary figures.
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Honey 2 (2011)

Honey 2
Director: Bille Woodruff
Writer: Blayne Weaver, Alyson Fouse
Cast: Kat Graham, Randy Wayne, Seychelle Gabriel, Lonette McKee, Melissa Molinaro, Christopher ‘War’ Martinez, Mario López

Plot:
Maria (Kat Graham) was just released from juvie and released into foster care. Taking care of her is Connie (Lonette McKee) who owns a dance studio, where Maria works off her community service and tries to keep herself out of trouble. But Maria’s ex Luis (Christopher ‘War’ Martinez) – who got her into trouble in the first place – wants to have her back in his dance crew, the 718s. Maria declines, joins up with Brandon (Randy Wayne) and his crew and they try to beat the 718s at a dance battle.

Oh boy. Honey 2 might be, officially, the worst dance film in the history of dance films (which is saying a lot in a genre that has one and a half storylines and usually puts dancing abilities way over acting abilities). It is certainly the worst dance film I’ve ever seen.

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