Fall, an isolated small-town community witnesses the reopening
of its decrepit textile mill. Sitting next to a cemetery and
abandoned for years, the site has fallen into decay and is
now only home to a horde of rats. After the mill beings operation
again, a team of workers ventures into the basement to clean
it. But what seems like a routine job turns into an unimaginable
nightmare as, in the dead of night, the group discover themselves
to be in the presence of an utterable horror...
yes! Or something like that. Horror films are always tricky
to pull off. If you don't have the budget and you want to
have a rubber monster, your film is not going to be very scary
is it? However, if you show nothing of the beast and imply
that it's scary, then you might just pull it off.
should have mentioned this to the director of Graveyard
Shift. The beast in question - I doubt I'm spoiling anything
here - is a huge rat that has spent years feeding on the bodies
in the graveyard. Or at least that is what I deduced from
not very many clues. It seems to be a cross between a bat
and a rat, but to be quite honest it could have been Vanessa
Feltz in a Lycra body vest (now there's an idea for a horror
movie) for all the interest it generates.
doubt you'll give a toss about most of the characters - with
the possible exception of Brad Dourif's much under
used exterminator character - they are all total wasters.
I'm left thinking of something nice to say... erm... I had
a nice Texas Bar-B-Q pizza from Domino's at lunch time...
Will that do?
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