The editing on this is pretty shit, almost confusingly so, but the end product is undeniably entertaining and (at the risk of sounding trite) iconic.
Tons of red and green key lighting, fog, arbitrary spooky imagery. Perfect Halloweentime movie! It’s great!
The producers clearly realized the franchise’s potential after ANOES3, so ANOES4 is like that, but on steroids (and as a result, also a little dumber).
Still, the one-two punch of ANOES3 and ANOES4 is perfectly satisfying; I have to pair them every time I watch.
Some fun camerawork in this one. And great make-up effects. Plus, Dramarama. ‘Nuff said.