Granted, I hadn't even heard about this 2019 movie titled "Scare Attraction" from writer and director Steven M. Smith until I happened to stumble upon it in 2020. The movie's cover definitely looked interesting and with it being a horror movie, of course I had to sit down and watch it. I made it maybe 20-25 minutes into the ordeal that is known as "Scare Attraction", then I simply had enough boredom for one day. First of all, a great part of the movie was shot with very questionable and shoddy camera work, which felt like something shot by an amateur - sort of like a drunk uncle filming a wedding. It just was awful to watch. And it didn't help much that the characters were pointless and uninteresting, not to mention the storyline was simply put just boredom. The dialogue delivered by the actors and actresses was actually as pointless and boring as the characters that were doing the dialogue. Not the fault of the actors or actresses, believe you me, because they simply had no material to work with in any way. "Scare Attraction" utterly failed to entertain me, much less catch and keep my attention and interest. And I can honestly say that this is not a movie I will be returning to a second time to finish watching the rest of the movie. Why? Because I simply have absolutely no interest in the movie whatsoever. I am rating "Scare Attracting" a generous two out of ten stars.
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Reality TV stars attend a Halloween Scare Attraction. Suddenly the escape room turns deadly as gas leaks in leaving them unconscious. A voice tells them they must tell a truth or die. Who will survive the real scare attraction?
October 8, 2021