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Joy Ride 3: Roadkill [Blu-ray] [2014] [US Import] <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Jesse Hutch
I can't of the life of me remember parts 1 or 2, but it's safe to say we're not dealing with 'Lord Of The Rings' story telling here. Five twenty somethings (3 blokes, 2 obligatory hotties) set off to Canada for a motor racing event, they take a short cut (across "Slaughter Alley" for chrisakes!) and before you can scream "No cellphone coverage!" they're being pursued by a pissed off Trucker.

It starts of promisingly but soon descends into a rather dull game of cat and mouse with little suspense and only the occasional slice of ultra violence to liven things up, with a painfully predictable finale. Disappointing straight to dvd fodder.
He Who Dares [Blu-ray] <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Tom Benedict Knight
He Who Dares [Blu-ray] Blu-ray ~ Tom Benedict Knight
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A bunch of ruthless terrorists kidnap the Prime Minister's daughter and hole themselves up in a booby trapped underground car park. This is straight to a dvd Brit action flick, akin to an ultra violent C5 drama, and I mean ultra violent, these bad asses waste about 20 people in the first 20 minutes!

The movie s obviously made on a shoe string, Tom Benedict Knight as leader of the terrorists Christopher Lowe is good value for money, but the rest of the cast are shockingly wooden and the movie has the usual bad guys who can't hit a target 10 foot away, even with a sub machine gun, and the obligatory bomb counting down with handy digital timer. Dross.
Willow Creek [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Alexie Gilmore
Willow Creek [DVD] DVD ~ Alexie Gilmore
Bobcat Goldthwaite, whooooo? well he stared in the second 'Police Academy' movie as the bad guy with the funny high pitched voice but has made a name for himself in the US as a stand-up comedian and very accomplished director ( the excellent 'Worlds Greatest Dad' and 'God Bless America') and for this flick he's dipped his toe into the POV/found footage horror genre, and a good effort it is too.

The comparisons to 'Blair Witch' are obvious, but thankfully no close up snot shots, just a genuinely creepy and tense horror flick about a couple hunting Big Foot and camping out in the middle of nowhere (bad idea!) only to be haunted by a lot (I mean, a lot) of strange noises outside,… Read more

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