Available today on DVD, as well as VOD (Video on Demand) and streaming services such as iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Xbox, Vudu, Dish Network and all major cable providers, is the horror film, Legend of Fall Creek.
Learn the horrifying backstory of movie monster Bloody Bobby in The Legend of Fall Creek from Uncork’d Entertainment.
On a chilly Halloween night in 1988, Fall Creek Valley turned upside down when Robert “Bobby” Maxwell disappeared from a party. On the 20 Year Anniversary, BLOODY BOBBY seeks revenge on his tormentors who sealed his fate with a blood pact.
Curt Clendenin, David J. Uchansky, Jessica Morris, Robert Miano, Silvia Spros, Madison Geller, Ryan R. Mcgonagle, Maxie Solters, Christy Keller, Julia Mack, Tommy Nash, Alton Clemente, and Christopher DeMaci star in an Anthony Hall film.
I really liked the way this film opened up. It shows a black and white film with text that describes the the story of “Bloody Bobby.” This was a great way to open the film. It certainly got my attention quickly enough.
The film seems to slow down a bit, but then it picks up again (it’s like a roller coaster). After the full opening credits, it almost seems like a different movie. It’s weird. Even the way it’s filmed has a unique quality to it. It’s as if it was filmed in the 70’s (it’s hard to explain).
About half way through the film there is a scene with a “creepy kid” that keeps knocking at one of the main characters door. She thinks it’s just an annoying kid who won’t take it to heart that she has no candy, but there is more to it than that.
Now… I’m a die hard horror movie fan, so it takes a lot to impress me. That whole scene was really spot on. I even JUMPED at one point watching it – and I rarely ever jump. Kudos to the film maker for doing something that hardly any movie does to me – makes me jump!
There is sex in this movie, and things I could have done without (farting for example). WHY do film makers feel that this is necessarily to a film? Seriously? Would the film be any less scarier if someone DIDN’T fart or have sex? Doubtful.
There are some parts of the film that are done in a very peculiar way. I don’t understand why. For lack of a better description, it’s as if some of the slaughter scenes are filmed as if they were from a comic book (not exactly, but similar in a way). The killings are almost “blurred” but you can still see all the blood.
It’s also kind of “choppy,” as if the film is getting stuck.
I don’t know. The plot was interesting enough, but the way the film was executed (no pun intended) I just didn’t understand. Maybe some people can appreciate this unique way of doing a film, but it wasn’t my “cup of tea.”
The film was entertaining enough. Some of the acting left a lot to be desired, but it still kept my interest. I wanted to see if it was really “Bloody Bobby,” or someone pretending to be him. All I can say is that they could possibly make a sequel to this film, since “Bloody Bobby” was not “laid to rest,” so to speak.
Below if the film’s trailer for your enjoyment.
*I received a free screener in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.