I have spent most of my life watching horror. I am pretty unshakable & I certainly don’t get grossed out until it comes to body-horror. For reasons I can’t explain these types of horror movies always get me yet I certainly don’t shy away from them, hence the reason I checked out Bite.
Casey, while on a bachelorette party in Costa Rica gets bitten by an underwater insect. It’s no big deal; everyone gets bitten by an insect in hot climates…at least that’s what her girlfriends tell her.
I’m a big fan of the Dead Rising games, in fact the original game was one of the first I played on the Xbox 360. The sequels that followed were just as good & the upcoming Dead Rising 4 looks like it’s going to be a blast!
Dead Rising: Road to Fortune, a four part series bridges the gap between the original game & the events that took place in the mini-release, Case Zero (released as a kind of teaser to the soon to be released Dead Rising 2).
I feel like I’m starting to sound like a broken record when complaining about horror movies that have excellent concepts but somehow manage to screw it all up when it comes to the execution. The House Of The Devil is another sad example of this, it’s not a total mess or anything but it could have been much more. In fact, it’s mainly the final third that I have issue with but unfortunately this act usually tends to be the most pivotal of all and the difference between whether or not a movie is memorable or truly forgettable.
Sling your way to a high score all while collecting coins, dodging obstacles & traps. It’s as straight-forward as that, there really isn’t much to this game.
Tale of Tales are 3 stories adapted from a collection of tales by the Neapolitan poet, Giambattista Basile. This 17th century collection of fairy tales, Pentamerone (Tale of Tales) contains the earliest versions of famous fables that we know so well now.
The movie focuses on three tales from the collection in particular…La Cerva Fatata (The Enchanted Doe), La Pulce (The Flea) and La Vecchia Scorticata (The Flayed Old Lady) but with more artistic licence and throwing other elements from the tales in too.
The three stories intertwine with each other & are told simultaneously.