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    A new version of THE RAVEN and MUSTANG SALLY'S HOUSE OF HOR Views: 416
     Sunday, May 03 2009 @ 02:23 PM EDT
    Two words: don't watch.
    Don't rent. Don't buy. These two "horror" movies are just horrible. Awful. Okay, both have some sound ideas in them. In THE RAVEN, a gay version of an old story: gay guy invites friends to a party 50 years or something from the day when 60 people or so were murdered at a party in the same house. The English accents are so fake, done by South Africans; the sex scenes aren't particularly sexy and go on far too long and aren't very X rated but R rated; the acting lame and the killings not particularly inspired or different. There is a twist at the end but...by then you won't care. BTW don't watch at all and if you must, don't watch that long.

    MUSTANG SALLY also has the germ of a good idea: boys want to find some action from a house of professinal girls but are set up by friends of the girls to be killed there in revenge for a rape of the main madam, Sally. There's another link and a twist at the end but it's so understated at one time and so overstated at another...and again, the murders are nothing inspired or intersting or different. The movies are both pretty cheap looking and the acting poor and not even of camp value. In this one, a car accident, no make that TWO car accidents are not seen but we're told about one and have to imagine that two key characters are killed by the other. My good sense told me not to watch these but I didn't listen thinking these two movies started off with some good and different innovative ideas. It was worth a try but if I can save anyone else from watching these, I will try. And btw, the scripts suck.

    The horror genre is doomed, at least in movies.

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