The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Aside from the admittedly effective casting of Saw's Tobin Bell as a crazy old coot, Buried Alive is conspicuously lacking in overtly positive elements...
Compared to many Slashers I've seen lately, and that's quite a lot, this was pretty good. From the same director as the Wishmaster and starring Tobin Bell of the Saw films. It is a bit slow building up to the kills, but when they come they are quite gory and different to the norm. A bunch of uni friends head out to one of the kids big house out in the desert looked after by the creepy caretaker. The house has a dark history involving a family curse, gold and murder. Good production value and a decent cast raise this above most straight to DVD slashers.
Again another horror that is expected to be rubbish which doesnt disappoint i haven a clu as to why its called buried alive when they get killed of one by one and two are only buried alive towards the very end so its a pretty typical pointless horror
it can't quite deliver all the gruesome goods.
Surprisingly bland and cliche for someone who's been in the business as long as director/FX genius Robert Kurtzman has. A few decent gory moments but even they are not worth sitting through.
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