Directed by Robert Hall
Watched June 2009
Studio: A terrifying story of a young girl who wakes up in a casket with a traumatic head injury and no memory of her identity. She quickly realizes she was abducted by a deranged serial murder and must survive the night and outsmart the technologically inclined killer who is hell bent on finishing what he started.
Director: S.F. Brownrigg
IMDb user rating: 5.2/10
“After 13 years she returned home… To a house of terror.”
A dutiful grand-daughter goes home to take care of her elderly grandmother. Once there, she finds herself trapped inside the house with a homicidal maniac.
Susan Bracken, Larry O’Dwyer, Gene Ross, James N. Harrell, Hugh Feagin, Annabelle Weenick, Rhea MacAdams, and John Steakley. Directed By S.F. Brownrigg
Don’t Open the Door! at IMDb – 5.2/10
Don’t Open the Door! (I Like Horror Movies) 4/10
Don’t Open the Door! 1975 horror movie trailer at YouTube
Directed by: Gideon Raff
Horror themes: Murder, blood, dismemberment, stalking
The Killing Floor: Horror or thriller?
Thriller. Honestly, I would not discuss this film in a supernatural horror blog today; I must have gotten carried away.
This piece was apparently marketed as a horror film, so I just want to make things clear at the start that what we’re dealing with here is a thriller; some would say a mystery thriller, and some would say a Hitchcockian thriller. They’re both right, but a pure horror it is not. However, don’t let that put you off, because The Killing Floor actually has a few interesting scenes in store for the willing viewer. (Source: Evil Dread Review of The Killing Floor)
Plot summary: The Killing Floor (2007)
Fiction becomes fact as the agent of a horror novelist moves into a new apartment where spooky events besiege him in The Killing Floor. Marc Blucas stars as the agent who receives videotapes of himself in the mail, fears someone is watching him, and ultimately falls apart as his paranoia gets the better of him. (Source: Rotten Tomatoes)
Resources: The Killing Floor (2007)
Originally written Saturday, March 07, 2009