Still, one could overlook the bad of this film if it had redeeming qualities. For example, good death scenes can make up for this. Did this movie have that? No. It had slow motion off screen death scenes. A scary Headless Horseman villain? Forget it. Instead, we get a fat dude in a cheap Halloween costume.
Likable and/or entertaining characters? Not here. You will find yourself begging for their demise. At the end you find yourself thinking "I've sat through all this, so now the ending will be so incredibly original and unexpected that it will have made the last hour and a half of my life worth living!"--and you will be disappointed. They go with perhaps the most overdone, clichéd ending in film history. If you have managed to make it through this movie, do yourself a favor and watch the credits. It is at this time you will enjoy the only two positive things I can say about this film: the credits look cool and there is a catchy song that plays through most of it (and if you're really bored, take a shot every time you see the names Kevin Summerfield and Chris Arth appear on the screen).
On A Scale Of One To Ten: 2