Judging “Hell Fest” at its core, it’s just one of those TYPICAL, mediocre, generic horror films that will be forgotten about as quickly as it was watched. Copy and paste millennial characters that you want to see die, well except Bex Taylor-Klaus, who I actually think plays her part with some heart and fun, but despite being the season for horror flicks, this is a letdown.
If you take “The Funhouse,” “Dark Ride,” and your experiences at Halloween Horror Nights, that’s “Hell Fest” in a nutshell, and if you’ve ever read the Batman story, “Cacophony” you might appreciate the ending, but overall it will divide audiences by and large.
And hey, there are far worse films at the bottom of the Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and Shudder heap than this addition to the horror lexicon, so strap on your cat ears, take the train cart to the Deadlands and go on a Hell Ride…if you dare.
We get our share of e-mails asking to watch films, and for the most part, we take a little time to check them out and give our honest, Simplistic Reviews, opinion.
The latest is “Camp Death III in 2D” from our friends North of the Border in the mythical land of Canada. The easy way to explain the BONKERS slasher film lampoon is that if you went to Vancouver, got really baked, watched about 24 hours of Troma flicks, washed that down with some “Trailer Park Boys” smoked another bowl, marathoned “Meatballs,” all of the “Friday the 13th” flicks, did a little acid, watched “Sleepaway Camp I and II” maybe took a nap, and get awoken suddenly by some Frank Zappa music, and you might be ready for “Camp Death III in 2D.”
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