Friday, November 12, 2010

Return To Cabin By The Lake Review

It has been noted many, many times that sequels are terrible. Return to Cabin by the Lake is another notch int he proverbial belt of beating a dead horse in terms of sequels. It's probably one of the worst movies you'll ever see, British or otherwise.

The movie tries to continue the original story line, only this time Judd Nelson's character is on set and making a movie, when people start dying off. But who cares? Not me. Not anyone else either.

The movie is slow moving, cuts away any real horror and gore, has no major winning points, and you really want to just give up on the genre altogether. For whatever reasons, someone greenlit this terrible film, and me, being an idiot, sat down and watched it.

Do not see Return to Cabin by the Lake, it's just not worth it. Go read a book or something, save your 90 minutes for something worthwhile, because this surely isn't even worth mentioning, unless you're a diehard "know it all" and just want another obscure movie reference to make.

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  1. jervaise brooke hamsterNovember 12, 2010 at 3:41 PM

    Judd Nelson is STILL a bloody load of old rubbish although i`d rather watch this movie than any British film you might care to name.

  2. I hate this movie for the fact that once again that creepy fucker is still alive.

    i mean wtf.

    i love judd nelson though, idk why but i guess it was because he was so awesome in that tales from the crypt episode "what's cookin" where he played that sidekick cook named gaston, who would slaughter people and cook them. Disturbing, but i liked the character he played in that film.

  3. jervaise brooke hamsterNovember 21, 2010 at 4:18 PM

    I just visited lurlene`s site and although she obviously isn`t 18 i`d still love to bugger her senseless.


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