I work, I watch movies and I parent. That’s it.
There is a scene in this movie where a woman goes down to a creepy ass basement to touch a creepy ass clown on a dare and it is one of the freakiest scenes I have ever scene in any movie...
...but it had no business being in this movie because those Goddamn clowns were a holdover from the first two movies and made no sense here!
I’ve seen all three ‘Hell House LLC’ movies now within a six…
Your acceptance of an energetic and comedic tone for dark subject matter is going to play a big role in how much you enjoy this movie.
I was onboard and found the 90 minute affair to be entertaining and engaging.
My wife looked over at me 30 minutes in and asked, ‘Is this terrible?’
I don’t think it will hold up to repeated viewings because it relies on the audience to wonder what will happen next, but as a one off I can recommend if you are looking for a fun but (mildly) twisted time.
There were two shocking moments in this documentary about the volunteers who lived inside the Biosphere for two years:
1. When it ended and I realized that they weren’t even going to acknowledge the movie ‘Bio-Dome.’
2. Who took over the Biosphere after the initial experiment ended (I’m not going to ruin the surprise, but it is definitely a ‘WTF’ turn of events).
This doc could trim about 20 minutes of footage and panning shots, but it is worth checking out even if Pauly Shore doesn’t make an appearance.