2012 Worst Film Week Movie Review Worst Film Weeks

Movie Review – Ghost Ship

Ab-so-lutely dire film from Steve Beck sees Margulies and Bryne scuttle their careers (temporarily, though) on the reef of Dark Castle’s lamentable Ghost Ship, a film so bereft of scares and logic that it almost defies description. While the opening scene is especially brutal and effective, the rest of the film never once begins to live up to the promise it starts with.

2012 Worst Film Week Movie Review Worst Film Weeks

Movie Review – Dutch

By the nineties John Hughes was turning his attention away from teenagers, applying his penmanship to stories about kids before they reach the teen years. These included Dennis The Menace, Beethovan, Baby’s Day Out, and Miracle On34th Street. However, it was Home Alone that certainly drew the most praise in his collection of films about kids, but today I’m focussing on the least discussed. Indeed, the worst of the bunch. Yes – even more eye-gougingly painful than Baby’s Day Out!

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Movie Review – Thir13en Ghosts

From a production standpoint, Thirteen Ghosts is a visually stunning film. It’s a shame, then, that the film sucks ass. Seriously, how anybody thought this script might work beyond the basic premise still startles me. The film’s narrative is a disaster in almost every respect, although it’s only saving grace is the stunning house set and the cinematography.

2012 Worst Film Week Movie Review Worst Film Weeks

Movie Review – Breakfast of Champions (Mini Review)

I have seen nearly four thousand films in my lifetime and throughout those thousands of films only one has managed to sear itself into my memory. Now, I’m no stranger to horrible movies—Plan Nine from Outer Space, Rattlers, and Jaws: The Revenge have all been watched. Yet only one of these films features a cross-dressing Nick Nolte, or intense debates about Fairyland. Yes, you read that correctly.

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