Dorm That Dripped Blood, The
Reviewed by Justin Kosch
Rating: 6.5 Beans
h, boy! Am I going to have a field day with this one! Regretfully, I cannot give this film a horrible review. It is for this main reason: It is so bad, it's kind of fun to watch.
We start out with our old friend the isolated area. In this case, it's a dorm that must be cleared out, since it being torn down. So a few people(about 5 or 6. I forgot.) volunteer to clean it out. Of course, these characters are idiots, and most don't deserve to live. But, some do last longer than others.
Then they're all killed by the latest Jason wannabe. We don't see who it is, but he's supposed to be scary. Then we are all to think it's the homeless man hobbling around the dorm.
But in the end, it's somebody that you could have guessed in 5 minutes if you have seen Scream already. But after that, the good guy is killed by the cops, and the good girl is put(still alive) in the stove or something like that.
Sorry for giving away the ending. But you would have known it anyway. This is one of those movies that you rent if you've seen everything else, or if you have a couple bucks and 2 hours to waste. Especially bad is the acting, which makes the stuff you gotta watch before working at Pizza Hut look like Oscar material. This must be really embarassing for poor Daphne Zuniga, who became famous for 2 months, then had her career go straight to H-E-double-hockey-sticks. She starred in The Sure Thing and Melrose Place, and is now doing whatever she can find. Let's all hope she took this off her resume.
She isn't that bad, though. Laurie Lipinski is even worse. Think a school counselor with the frontal lobe of her brain taken out. And you have her performance.
Anyway, there will be 2 questions that you will probably ask:
1-How can TWO directors make such a bad film?
2-Can blood really be that orange?
Don't ask me. I just write here.
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