August 11, 2008 3:44pm CST
The promos for these movies (After Dark Horrorfest, Films to Die For) make it sound like these films are sooo graphic, disturbing and violent. In fact they say that "they are deemed too graphic or disturbing for general audiences". But I say phooey. I've watched several of the Horrorfest - Films to Die For and they're no worse than any of the Rated R horror flicks out there. Some are even milder than that! Now I'm not saying that these aren't GOOD films. It's just that I have yet to find one that I deem too disturbing or graphic for general audiences. So I am wondering what criteria they are going by to judge these fit for Horrorfest. Anyone know? Or feel the same way I do?
• United States
11 Aug 08
I think its just a marketing scheme to get people to watch them, build up that hype factor to get people to watch them. I have seen most of the 1st Horror Fest movies, they were enjoyable, but no where as violent or graphic as the hype says it to be. I can group a bunch of action movies and say the same thing: too graphical, too violent to be shown in theaters until now.....hoo ha ha ha...whatevers LOL