Gotta get something off my chest. Just finished watching Dark Ride, which is easily the most nonsensical, boring, and convoluted waste of a "horror" film I've seen in years. I've had much of the same reaction to several of the After Dark series of films, as well as numerous episodes of the Masters of Horror series. I'm beginning to feel that both of these endeavors are largely meant to package awful quality material that wouldn't be able to stand on its own. Dark Ride is the nadir of the bunch thus far. The plot, acting, soundtrack and utterly continuity- and logic-free scenes are all rock-bottom for the genre and an insult to horror fans who are expected to be consumers of this crap. But there will probably be a third After Dark film festival and more lousy episodes of Masters of Horror. Why? Because we rent them. We buy them. We support them. As long as 'we', as horror fans, support this tripe with our dollars, whether through Netflix or at the box office, we will get what we have paid for. Unless we start to demand better, this is the tenor of material we will be stuck with. I don't want that and I'd wager you don't either.