I love this movie, the screenplay by John Sayles just goes. Even the goofy stuff thrown in for extra flavour is entertaining.
Alligator doesn't fuck around; it gets in, gives you some alligator carnage, and zips away. I love when movies do that.
ok what if an evil genius telekinetic dude terrorizes some teens by reanimating corpses in a mausoleum from beyond the grave????!
someone else I guess: "hm ok but add a lady in a room listening to a tape"
S.E.I.G.: "what about a guy driving around endlessly let's do that too"
S.E.I.G.: "it's ok the last 13 min will be gnarly"
After Midnight is a fair anthology horror film with three stories that kinda feel like mediocre episodes of a television anthology that never existed.
Things open promisingly, but all three tales are just merely fine - they all stack up comparatively in quality but that just means the rollercoaster doesn't dip or soar.
Certainly worth checking out and I'm glad Scream Factory is giving this one a second life - plus it's not nearly as bad as some reviews here make it out to be.
Slightly unsatisfying combination of campy superhero fun with New Horizons skin flick production values.
Seems to be half-in on its own joke - I mean, the villain is called The Breathtaker and his henchmen include asthmatic dudes and there's a female wrestling duo running around stealing jewelery. But, it takes long to warm up to the fun and seems to take other elements of the plot seriously in ways that drag the fun down.
Thankfully, the script plays up the…