Ginger Nuts of Horror
The gates of hell are bout to open for three american students
Still in shock and recovering from the death of her brother Sarah (Danielle Jadelyn) decides to go on vacation with her best friend Rachel (Yael Grobglas) to The Holy Land. As a going away gift Sarah's father gives her a pair of Google Glasses.
While on the flight from American the two travellers befriend history buff and anthropologist Kevin (Yon Tumarkin), who charms them into taking a detour from their plans and travelling with him to Jerusalem. Where they meet, in a night club, Omar (Tom Graziani) a local hotel owner, who becomes their local tourist guide.
As Omar leads them through the ancient city as it prepares itself for Yom Kippur we are given hints that this isn't going to be your usual holiday for the city....
I get that horror is supposed to mack you feel uneasy, I get the it is supposed to shock, and I even understand that it is supposed to push the boundaries. So it is such a pity that all of those involved with woefully terrible film don't understand the difference between being shocking and pushing the boundaries, and just plain old abyssal film making.
Muck must rank as not only one of the worst horror films of all time, but as one of the worst examples of filmmaking in itself. There is not a single aspect of this film that warrants any sort of praise. Read on to find why this film made me angrier than Scotsman the day before payday