Lake Alice (2018)37K
Lake Alice: Directed by Ben Milliken. With Brando Eaton, Michael Shamus Wiles, Peter O’Brien, Laura Niemi. The Thomas family goes out to their cabin in the woods to celebrate Christimas together with their daughter and her boyfriend, but their first Christmas together may be their last.
“Wow, I really have no idea what movie some of the positive reviewers were watching here. This movie that clocks in at barely 80mins was painful to get through. Awkward acting, terrible editing…just bad all round.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eFirstly the u0026quot;actionu0026quot; really doesnu0026#39;t begin until about 65 minutes into the film at which point youu0026#39;re thinking to yourself u0026quot;when is everything going to happen?, u0026quot;At what point are people going to start dying?u0026quot; By the time this does start occurring, you really donu0026#39;t care. I personally WANTED these unlikable characters to die..u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe editing in the last 30 minutes…will make you care even less about the outcome, characters pop in and out at different environments, even for a horror, I was like u0026quot;how the hell did they get here?u0026quot; u0026quot;Characters act more moronically than they usually would in a horror, and thatu0026#39;s saying something. The poster of this movie looked great, hence my reason for watching it…but as the saying goes, u0026#39;Donu0026#39;t judge a book by its coveru0026#39;…in this case, the cover is way better than the content.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAs for spoilers…whatever you do, donu0026#39;t read the IMDb u0026quot;Storylineu0026quot; it essentially gives away the u0026quot;big revealu0026quot; and Iu0026#39;m assuming the viewers who watched this movie and stated it was an unpredictable ending, hadnu0026#39;t read this…not that one really needs to, to guess who the killer may be.”