creepy, crispy girl with glowing eyes differently. Instead they were dismissive or completely blank. The fright scenes were fragile, predictable. Matter of fact, the best scenes were emulated from other films such as Lights Out, Hellraiser and The Ring. There simply wasn’t enough of the movie that came from an original concept to hold me.
My final issue had to do with the lack of personality or depth of the characters. Nothing was shared of their backgrounds to allow the opportunity to develop a sense of caring for them. The movie cast me into a foolish situation with supposedly drunk teens, tossed in a weak purpose to set the story into motion, then left me in a useless limbo until the much sought after ending, that put me right back at the freaking beginning of the movie- I kid you not!
I would have liked to say the movie’s only redeeming quality was the fact that there is practically an all female cast, but I can’t. In my honest opinion, The 13th Friday would best e viewed on a late, Saturday night, while inebriated with friends.
The 13th Friday
Directed & Written by Justin Price
Produced by Pikchure Zero Entertainment
Starring Lisa May, Khu, Melissa L. Vega & Victoria Valdez
Released 10 January 2017
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