The Dawn Reviews

  • Jan 07, 2010

    I really don't think that the muvie was the best, the music really didn't go with what was going on, but in overall I would rent it if I don't have other options to pick from. *Sponsored Post

    I really don't think that the muvie was the best, the music really didn't go with what was going on, but in overall I would rent it if I don't have other options to pick from. *Sponsored Post

  • Apr 25, 2007

    Wow. The left-over bad horror was truly horrible. [b]The Dawn[/b] is a very low budget film about a group of inner city students who go to their professor's house in the country for an "extra credit" weekend of recreating a pre-Christianity ritual. Why does anyone think this is a good idea? Who knows? But these kids go. And they all try to act and then die horribly. The only good thing to happen in the entire film. [b]Andre the Butcher[/b] is supposed to be funny like Dead and Breakfast and it isn't. I had occasional laughs. But mostly groans. Andre, played by Ron Jeremy, is an undead killer who comes after a group of cheerleaders and a couple of escaped convicts. There's some blood. A bunch of stereotypes and a some implied sex. I can't recommend it. But I've seen worse things.

    Wow. The left-over bad horror was truly horrible. [b]The Dawn[/b] is a very low budget film about a group of inner city students who go to their professor's house in the country for an "extra credit" weekend of recreating a pre-Christianity ritual. Why does anyone think this is a good idea? Who knows? But these kids go. And they all try to act and then die horribly. The only good thing to happen in the entire film. [b]Andre the Butcher[/b] is supposed to be funny like Dead and Breakfast and it isn't. I had occasional laughs. But mostly groans. Andre, played by Ron Jeremy, is an undead killer who comes after a group of cheerleaders and a couple of escaped convicts. There's some blood. A bunch of stereotypes and a some implied sex. I can't recommend it. But I've seen worse things.