Because nobody likes spending an hour reading a movie review, I bring you Quick Horror Movie Reviews, a site offering to the point reviews of horror films (with a dash of sci-fi and others) I watch on Netflix, late night television, from my personal collection, and the occasional trip to the theatre. Read, comment, enjoy!
A group of friends go camping and visit a barn that has been named the 58th spookiest place in the world. There they find that the local legend they heard about might actually be true. This very low budget movie actually has a pretty decent story—nothing too original, but still interesting. Unfortunately, that’s about all that can be said for this. Probably the worst thing about the movie, other than the fact that none of the actors in it can actually act, is that none of the characters are even remotely likable. I actually waited through the entire movie just waiting for them to start getting killed off—even this doesn’t happen until near the very end. Don’t expect anything gruesome or bloody with the death scenes here as none of them are actually shown on screen. The editing of the film is terrible, resulting in more continuity errors than I could count. The special effects are pretty bad, though some of the ghosts do look sort of cool at times (the eyes effect notwithstanding). Also, there is very little actually happening throughout the film, other than making me dislike all the characters more as time went on. The ending is actually decent, however, making up a bit for the rest of the movie, but, much like the rest of the movie, it wasn’t exactly original. This isn’t really a terrible movie, and in fact had the potential to be a good movie had they been able to land good actors. Still, it’s nothing worth watching either.
On A Scale Of One To Ten: 4
Oh, you're looking for pictures and/or a trailer for Blood Creek? Sorry, I could find neither...perhaps I dreamed this film.