- Format: NTSC
- Language: English
- Region: Region A/1
- Number of discs: 1
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- Studio: eOne Films
- Release Date: Nov. 9 2010
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- ASIN: B003VOVW4U
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #195,053 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
Total Terror 1: Demonic / Uninvited [Blu-ray]
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The quality is atrocious. It is VCD quality and something I have not seen for a long time.
I watched the first few mins and I forward to the next movie hoping it will be better but both movies are of the same grainy quality.
I am very disappointed that amazon sells something like this.
DEMONIC: This movie is also known as Forest of the Damned. It has one interesting, original kernal of a good idea but it is handled with major ineptitude. Basically a group of kids decides to take a trip in the woods. There they meet some beautiful, nekked bi-sexual woman who are also nymphomaniac angels who've been kicked out of heaven. Now you're thinking, there is no way anyone could screw this premise up, right? Well..... Let's just say that if it weren't for the gorgeous woman cavorting around this movie would be intolerably boring. You can see plenty of naked women and for free on the interwebs. I will say that if anyone ever remakes this movie with the attention to story and FX that it deserves, you could have yourself a sweet little gem of a film.
UNINVITED: I'm a huge fan of the Western/Horror movie and I don't think there are anywhere near enough good
representatives of this subgenre. This movie does not help things. True, Jack Elam is a great scary old codger and if I could see this for free I might just fast forward through every thing but his scenes. The rest of the movie is pretty bland. A bunch of strangers throw in together and pool their money to buy a gold mine on top of a mountain. They end up having to fight their own inner demons and each other as the opportunity for gold brings out the "monster" within them. It's pretty tired stuff. The scares are less than minimal and the acting, except for Elam, is marginal at best. If you want to see the very best Western version of this story, what greed can do to human beings, check out The Treasure of Sierra Madre.