Steelmanville Road is the found footage prequel to Bad Ben. Matt and Rachael Harris inherit a home from her mother, a woman she never met that put her up for adoption at birth. It’s the type of home they dreamed of owning but thought they’d never be able to afford. Strange things start happening almost immediately after moving in and everything is captured on video.
Steelmanville Road Trailer:
Christopher Partridge – Matt Ian Mullin – Silas Jessica Partridge – Rachel Elijah – Alex Pallen Jason – AJ Mendini Mona – Jeanne Sutton
Director: Nigel Bach Writer: Nigel Bach
Mini Movie Review:
The way I look at it, you can never go wrong with a cheesy B-rated horror flick. I mean you don’t expect much from it, so how can you really be disappointed?
Steelmanville Road is the prequel to the movie Bad Ben, which I found entertaining as well. Glad they made this flick cause it explains a lot of what happened in Bad Ben.
The story starts off with Matt and Rachel, and Rachel is surprising her boyfriend with a new house. Rachel’s birth mother just passed away and left the house to Rachel. It seems to be the perfect house, but soon after things start to happen. From voices to shadows to things moving around the house.
The story is pretty much your typical paranormal related movie. The thing that was the most surprising was where all the hauntings originated from. But I won’t give that away so you can be surprised yourself.
Fear, Inc. is a company that can be hired to bring your greatest fears to life. But when one man’s customized scare seemingly begins, he and his friends must figure out if this company is there to scare them, or make them pawns in their own sick game.
Fear, Inc. Trailer:
Lucas Neff – Joe Foster Caitlin Stasey – Lindsey Gains Chris Marquette – Ben Davidson Stephanie Drake – Ashleigh Davidson Mark Moses – Abe Abigail Breslin – Jennifer Adams Richard Riehle – Bill Peterson Patrick Renna – Tom Naomi Grossman – Cat Leslie Jordan – Judson Eric Lange – Officer Smith Ronnie Gene Blevins – Shining Jack David Ury – Pete Ashlynn Yennie – Trisha Harrison Marlon Young – Officer Dodson
Director: Vincent Masciale Writer: Luke Barnett
Mini Movie Review:
So the movie for the night this past Saturday was Fear, Inc. I will say we finally picked a decent film to watch. I would put it more in the comedy catorgory then I would horror though, but it did have a lot of horror qualities, just wasn’t the least bit scary. It was however funny as crap though.
I have a hard time even giving small reviews for movies, because I doesn’t take many words to give the entire film away. That and the fact I am just horrible at writing anything up. Guess it’s good I do this just for fun then huh?
Reading the synopsis pretty much sums up the entire movie, but I will give a little more anyway. The movie is about Joe Foster, he’s a guy that just wants to be scared. While he is out on a date with his girlfriend they come across a guy that gives them a business card for Fear, Inc. and customized scare company that is sure to leave you terrified.
Joe does decided to call the number on the card, but he is told they are sold out, or are they? So is Fear, Inc trying to scare Joe and his friends to death? or are they trying to cause his death?
If you have HuLu and need something to watch, I highly suggest this film..
The Jacobsen family moves into an aged house in the town of Amityville. Almost immediately they witness strange occurrences and begin seeing terrifying images around the house. The local townspeople also have a secret and soon the Jacobsen’s are battling with an evil spirit in the house and the malicious locals who want them silenced. The curse of Amityville is back.
This past weekends movie was The Amityville Terror, and it wasn’t that bad. Just like a lot of what would you call them movie franchises or whatever they never get old. As long as they crank out different Amityville movies people will keep watching them and I am no exception. And to date I believe there are 17 Amityville movies.
Anytype of review for this movie is going to sound pretty much like any other one for this film series. A family moves into the Amityville house and they start to see things and start to go a little nuts.
In this movie, its all left to the daughter Hailey to figure out what’s going on with her family. Her aunt Shae is starting to slowly go crazy and starts on a murderous rampage. Will Hailey be able to figure everything out and stop Shae to save her family?
If you have free time this movie is worth the time.