By first glance I have to say that "Terror Trips" wasn't really off to an impressive start. Why? Well, because the movie's title was such a blatant rip off of the logo used in "Stranger Things". But still, I opted to watch what writer and director Jeff Seemann had to offer.
And even the movie's title intro was a rip off of the "Stranger Things" intro. Talk about being unoriginal and tacky.
The storyline in "Terror Trips" was adequate. It wasn't a spectacular or outstanding storyline, but writer Jeff Seemann had managed to cram in some interesting enough things here and there. But overall, then "Terror Trips" was a mediocre and somewhat mundane horror movie. The storyline offered nothing new to the genre, yet I managed to sit through the entire ordeal to the very end.
As for the acting in "Terror Trips", well first of all I wasn't familiar with the cast ensemble here. Some of the actresses and actors did actually okay jobs, while others put on rather wooden and rigid performances. So you are in for quite a mixed bag of experiences here.
The special effects in "Terror Trips" were adequate. Now, it wasn't grand scale special effects, but they served their purposes well enough. The gun shot scenes were toe-curling bad to witness though.
All in all, then "Terror Trips" is not really an impressive horror movie. And if you are a fan of the horror genre, then I guess you might find a bit of enjoyment here and there throughout the course of the movie. But this is not a horror movie that I would recommend for fans of the horror genre to rush out and get to watch.
My rating of "Terror Trips" lands on a four out of ten stars.
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Six friends start a business, providing guided tours to the shooting locations of the world's most famous horror films, until they find the one spot where the horror is real.
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June 14, 2022 at 07:35 AM