The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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While it's absolutely not a game changing film by any means, The Final Terror is still a really solid horror movie that holds up thanks to a few unique twists and gleefully gory kills to boot.
The Final Terror isn't the slasher classic that Halloween and Friday the 13th are.
[Blu-ray Review] "The Final Terror" has been entirely unavailable in the U.S. since the days of VHS, but it fully earns the right to be rediscovered on Scream Factory's outstanding Blu-ray release.
I can name at least four people who'd rather this flick be stricken from their resumes.
The Bad things about this movie is that it is supposed to be a slasher BUT there aren't enough deaths which was a big let down for me and the few death scene are not explicit nor gory though It has a couple of suspenseful moments.
"The Final Terror" is a pretty lame slasher. Nothing memorable about it. Very forgettable.
Final Terror follows the story of a group of rangers into the woods for whats suppose to be a camping trip and work program that ends with them taken a river ride but all doesnt go as planned when the bus driver snaps and leaves early the head ranger and his girlfriend go missing and then dead bodies start turning up the surviors are left to band together and catch or kill whoever is responseable. What i thought was a really good 80's flick in the same vein as the Burning or early Friday the 13th movies low body count is the only thing that hurts this movie but still fun to watch
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