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"Red Eye" is a legend Gage Barker use to be told as a kid. When he found out there was some truth behind this legend he gathered a group of friends to hike in the backwoods of Black Creek, WV to help him use this as the basis for his first film project. To what extent will they go to make this project a reality? Will their passion bleed through? Or cross the line?Written by
Just when I thought "Party Night" was the worst slasher of the year, "Red Eye" comes along. This is a 2018 horror film from writer/director Tristan Clay. Gage and his friends head to the hills of West Virginia to film a documentary about a local bloodthirsty legend, Red Eye. Little do they know, it's about to become a reality. Where do I start with this film? The acting is abysmal with the lead, Scott King being the worst. The delivery of the admittedly basic and juvenile dialogue was like they recorded and used a table read...zero expression or emotion. The directing and camerawork is generic and generic heavy metal is used in lue of an actual score. The kills were not brutal or creative and there is a laughable decapitation. This is basically a first year student film or worse and i'd like my money back. The tagline is, " He wants to see your insides", well I did want to vomit while watching, so.... 1/10
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