A dysfunctional family, the Hoffmans, have been living their lives in a veil of secrecy. Incest, rape is a part of their everyday lives. A product of which is Jessicka. After years of nameless abuse of her family and neighbors, Jessicka has been reduced to something less than human. She’s more of a family pet than she is a true member of the family. Jessicka is the tragic character brought up by her surroundings, and suddenly finds her opportunity for revenge.
Director: Matthew Reel Writer:Elske McCain (story), Matthew Reel
You know I am not really sure what I just watched and I am also not that sure if this movie was great or just plain terrible. I do know though Elske McCain did the best job I have ever seen of a person playing the role of a dog and portrayed the character great. A few minutes into this I did a quick internet search because I wasn’t really sure what was going on (maybe they explained it in the first few minutes, wasn’t really paying attention). Didn’t realize the character Jessicka was a mute mentally challenged person. Just assumed it was someone they were keeping held captive and using as a sex slave or something.
I did enjoy the old gritty video style they used, made me think back to some old school horror movies. But still, I’m not sure if this movie was great or terrible. If anyone else has watched this let me know what you thought of it. And if you haven’t seen it and have Amazon Prime give it a try, whats it going to hurt it’s free?
This movie actually wasn’t half bad until you got to ending, that seems to be the norm with most movies anymore. The movies are pretty good and entertaining than you get to the end of the film and you are pretty much left with WTF was that. I just don’t get it, if you can keep someone interested in a movie you surely can figure out a good way to wrap everything up. Doesn’t seem like it would be all that difficult but hey maybe it is, I never tried.
This movie starts off with two guys that make fake videos of monsters for their YouTube channel and then the one gets the idea to search for real monsters to put on video. They put an ad on CraigsList or some other similar website looking for real-life monsters. To their surprise, they find three of them.
They rent out an old abandoned mansion for the perfect setting for their monster interviews. Once the monsters show up with everything go as planned or will the monsters be monsters?
You can find this flick on Amazon and watch it free of charge if you are an Amazon Prime member.
A fledging sorority moves into a dilapidated house only to find something evil is lurking in the shadows. Is it an elaborate hazing ritual? Or is something sinister – something paranormal – behind the mental and physical assault?
If you ask me this is another entertaining flick from the mind of Henrique Couto. I’m glad I came across his films on Amazon, I would actually pay to watch them and the fact they are free with your Prime membership makes them even better. In the last couple of weeks, I’ve watched Alone in the Ghost House, Devil’s Trail, Amityville: No Escape, Calamity Jane and now Haunted House on Sorority Row. It’s great he uses a lot of the same actors for his films especially since I think they are decent actors. He also uses the same house in a handful of his flicks which I think is neat.
This movie is about a group of girls that purchase this house for there sorority at a bargain price because a tragic event happened there in the past. After they move in all kinds of bad thing start to happen. Will they figure out the mystery of the house and survive until morning or will the house add a few more victims to the list?
If you have Amazon Prime you really got to give this movie a try along with the other movies I mentioned above. You can’t go wrong with free plus it’s always good to help support an independent film maker.