The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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A clever idea given the current popularity of warfare video games, but poorly executed by all involved.
Surprisingly good entry for its genre. Low-budget suspense and horror thrills. Paul Chambers, CNN.
A decent low budget indie flick made in Northern Ireland. It has some well known faces like Rachael Taylor (Transformers) and a great location, an old disused prison which genuinely looks creepy. The film has a nice idea, a virtual reality battle simulation used by the army is borrowed for a gaming session. The only problem that as well as mapping the old prison to play in the game it also picks up a ghost with revenge in mind. Considering the budget the effects are ok. It reminded me a bit of Stay alive and more recently Gamer. Overall a good effort on a low budget, the DVD has a 30 minute making of as well!
Not as bad has the title given for this movie.A slow build up to a reasonable middle to a good ending, nothing special but its doesn't make you feel that you wasted your time. Acting is above avenge with a couple of faces iv seen before. The deaths are pretty boring and could of been gorier but over haul apart from the shittiest titles its a o.k. horror flick.
That was something. Honestly, I wouldn't watch this sorta movie at night.
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