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Pretty dull and lifeless
4/10 A film crew shooting a horror flick in an old abandoned hospital, realise that all is not what it seems as one by one, they all seem to fall under the influence of an evil presence...one year ago
The problem I had with this film is that it's nothing that any self respecting horror fan hasn't seen before. It takes a while to get going and utilizes done before cliches such as ominous music in an attempt at atmosphere. As a result it emerges as a pretty lacklustre by the numbers effort that despite having one or two nice ideas, is simply a ho-hum affair that has no real suspense or tension and the characters are pretty uninteresting. The performances aren't great either and overall the film simply comes across as boring. It was also far too restrained for my liking, considering its premise could have allowed for at least some potentially entertaining set piece kills, but it's all to tame and cutaway.
4/10, just a dreary, dull horror for me.
Had so much potential!
4/10 Dark Feed is one of those films that looks cool, so you keep watching because something amazing is going to happen, you can feel it So you keep watching and waiting and waiting Until the movie is over and you're like, "Damn, where did the past hour and a half go?" Dark feed had all the cool lighting, sweet sounds, awesome camera angles and shots of a horror movie, but with no movie. I really wanted to like it, but it really had no story and really weak dialog. It almost felt like a reality show a times, where you're just watching people on a film set work and talk about everyday life. The last 20 minutes of the film started to get interesting but I also felt like it didn't really matter because 70 minutes before that made my brain shutdown. A very bleak horror film overall, but it had major potential to be something amazing Unfortunately it fell flat instead. I gave it a 4 instead of a 3 because the last 20 was pretty decent.one year ago
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Potential but failure to commit to whatever was the plot !!!!SOME SPOILERS, ALERT!!
3/10 Dark Feed has all the elements of a 'Sinister' 'Grave Encounters' & 'Insidious' but forgot one small thing: A set plot. Instead, it had 20 subplots with no clear goal. Yes, we get it, water filtration system is mentioned so many times I got the point by osmosis.one year ago
So many of the characters had potential to be epic but none were given the staring role: the Producer is on his phone a lot but no reception, the grips & P.A.'s were losers but harmless, the special effects guy (who I think was voted off FACEOFF in the preliminary rounds for being a diva) is an artist on the edge. The Director is a flaccid and talented frustrated hack & the writer is has the personality of that guy who fixes your office copier machine. The 'Doctor' is so menacing from his black-mold covered painting but has no real role in movie & Beth (Victoria Nugent) who had a convincing and likable character discovered nothing, accomplished nothing, saved no-one & with the exception of opening 'one' book did nothing but carry lighting poles & wander almost the entire movie. Marissa (Dayna Cousins) is a fantastic actress but was give such a small role that the dog she was watching got more screen time. Rachel (Rebecca Whitehurst) got a good role to make her bones in movies but the script failed her.
Enough about the characters, OK maybe just a little more. The movie Dark Feed starts off as a movie in a movie, warps into a possession/demonic/psychotics in an asylum and finishes as a weird zombie-Esq film. Oh then the editor Jessica (Jessica Lauren Napier, yes she didn't even get to change her name)decided she did not have enough screen time to get her SAG Card so she comes back at the end to off herself with office supplies.
One final positive, Andrei (Jason Beaubien) and the direction that his character took is where the movie should have been focused. At that point I believe the movie could have saved it's self and then boom! he was gone.
In conclusion, make this a movie that you and friends play a drinking game with, every time you or anyone goes "what"? or "WTF"...Drink.
OMG SO sad.. :(
2/10 So this movie had all the things needed to make a great movie. Spooky (though stereotypical) setting, hot actors and actresses, decent acting, spooky lighting, (not great) but not awful special effects...one year ago
And it all added up to crap. Absolute crap.
This movie made me sad..... sad I sat all the way through it. Trust me, I watch BAD movies. So bad my husband won't watch them with me. This one had so much potential that I kept sitting there waiting for it to get good - but it never did. Next thing I know it's over, and I'm wondering how the hell nothing exciting ever happened, no one I liked died, no one I liked lived, and some girl I know nothing about is playing with a staple gun.
I want my hour and a half back, and I want to use it to watch a decent movie like, say, Pandorum, instead.
The Ward was mildly entertaining, but without John Carpenter - no one should give these guys ANY funding.
Bad acting, overused plot, no budget. If you are a hardcore horror fan you may like this, others should avoid. I say D+
5/10 "Did you see that!?" A film crew shooting a low budget horror movie moves into a abandoned psychiatric hospital. The hospital seems to take on a life of it's own the longer the crew stays. Little be little the cast and crew begin to notice strange things happening. I will admit that I had pretty low expectations for this even though I did like The Ward. I also realize the movie is about a low budget film crew but just because that's the plot doesn't mean they only have to hire bad actors. Not only is the fake movie low budget and bad acting, the actual movie is low budget and bad acting. It's hard to knock the movie based on budget but there comes a point where you have to realize that acting does matter, even in really low budget throw away movies like this. The rest of the movie was pretty much cookie cutter and not that scary to me. If you are a hardcore horror fan you may like this, I did not. Overall, the bad acting was too distracting for me to fully get into the movie. I say D+.one year ago