Another horrible movie from Tempe!
Ryan Littleton | Seattle | 04/27/2002
(1 out of 5 stars)
"An insult. I don't want to hear how the film company was working with a "limited" budget. There are a lot of "cheap" films out there, but this movie looks bad, is directed badly, has terrible acting, and a worthless, tired story. Tempe Entertainment, the company that put this out, is known for planting positive reviews of their films so people will think they have some massive fan following. Don't believe it! As a fan of good-bad movies, this rates so low 1 star is too much. Avoid this! You've been warned!"
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Sure, there's not much of a plot here and it's very short(about 65 min) but it's very well done for what it is. In my opinion this is what horror movies should be like. All horror movies are stupid, but even moreso when writers try too hard to have a good plot. Plots are not important in horror movies, especially in a b movie such as this. It's got well done gore and is entertaining to watch. Plus stacy scowley is cute."
Mr. Right | top of the mountain | 04/04/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"A sleazy producer gets an idea for a reality show, he puts five "sexy" girls in a real haunted house and offers them a potential one million dollars if they survive the night.
This is low budget and the acting isn't always great, but it isn't all bad. With a budget it could have been a big movie. My big complaint would be that there wasn't enough story, and it was too fast. The whole thing is 72 minutes long, so there was no opportunity to build up any suspense. Also, it would have been nice if there was a more serious explanation as to why the house was haunted and a better attempt at trying to get rid of the ghosts. A few tweaks of the script and it would have been sweet."
S. Rolsen | Mo | 08/30/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I Love all of Danny Draven's work. He is a genius!"