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Actors: Cecilia Bergqvist, Bob Dougherty, Marcel Romeijn, Marlene Simons, Christa De Vries
Director: Marc Ickx
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
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K. K. (GAMER2012)
Reviewed on 2/16/2015...
This movie sucked!! 0/5 stars!!
European Train Wreck
John Kolecki | Philadelphia, PA United States | 05/04/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Once again, as a glutton for punishment, I rented this on a perfectly good Friday night. The back of the DVD intrigued me, to paraphrase... "two chicks.. a broken down car... a wacko... who will survive?...blah .. blah .. blah" Okay, so I figured It'd be a little like Jeepers Creepers or any of the typical "lost on the highway and killed by a stranger" flicks. Unlike pointless hackfests involving two relatively good looking (and in this case, lesbian perhaps) women, this euro-junk didn't "stoop" to showing pointless nudity. If it had, there might have been some redeeming value to the half hour country drive the female protoganists took. I'll save you the cost of renting or buying this mess by spoiling its plot in three sentences. Chicks drive into country in crappy car that breaks down. One chick gets whacked by "junior" the other gets captured. Chick breaks free whacks junior but gets whacked in turn by junior's dad. The End. This could have easily been distilled into an old episode of "Tales from the Darkside" or even "Monsters". The movie dragged, and dragged and dragged on.
Endless scenes of English? countryside, poor paving and dialogue... oh man... can I please have a movie where the "bad guy" doesn't stand there and explain the entire freakin' movie in 5 minutes at the end? "i'm junior's dad... blah blah blah.. he was born deformed and evil...blah blah blah... here is the whole point of the movie!... blah blah blah" That's why silence of the lambs was so cool, the freak in that movie didn't explain himself, he just did evil stuff to people and didn't give a care about what people thought. ::sigh:: 1 star people. No Production value, no special effects, (unless you like phony chopped off rubber heads that leak Ketchup), awful and often ponderous dialogue."
This is the worst movie I have ever seen.
mrgardenback | Virginia | 09/16/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I watch a lot of independent horror movies, and this is by far the worst one I have ever seen. It's so bad that it isn't even enjoyable to sit around with your friends and make fun of it. It oozes badness from every pitted contrived pore of its withered 90 minute bulk. There is not one moment in this entire movie that is the least bit inventive. The dialogue is so bad that you'll want to grind a pen in your ear until you feel the sweet embrace of permanent deafness. It's a hilariously low-budget combination of tired cliches from other, better movies. Now, I rented Junior, and after just ten minutes into the movie I began to suspect that I had made a terrible mistake. At the end, not only was I depressed that I had wasted five bucks, I was depressed that I had wasted nearly two hours of my life. The only scene in the movie that's worth anything at all is the bizarre car scene, and even that is ruined when we get to see the dumb monster that looks like something a sugar-addled middle schooler would draw in a textbook margin. If you buy this movie, you will live to regret it."
Get Out of the Car!
Sir Jub-Jub | Sir Jub-Jub's Lair, Alaska | 08/21/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
""Junior" tells of a lesbian couples unfortunate run-in with the title character at some off road area in a foreign country. The film tries to remind us of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and others of its ilk by portraying a disturbed family and various scenes of torture and unease. There are two main problems with the film; one, the first half hour or so is really boring as we retread old plotlines of getting lost and the car breaking down. Two, an overly, overly, overly long scene concerning one of the girls being harrassed by an unseen "thing" while in the car. This scene almost made me give up on the film but I am glad I stuck with it as things pick up considerably in the last half. This part of the presentation is truly disturbing and gruesome in a TCM kind of way and makes the movie worth watching. The title character is memorable as is his chosen instrument of destruction. Not a lot of gore but some things do get a little messy. Overall, "Junior" is no classic but has enough going on to make it worth your time."