Kevin J. Lindenmuth
Format Used: Netflix DVD
Contains: Graphic Language, Graphic Violence, Graphic Sexual Content.
Joel Winter is just your average Midwest kid until he meets a vampire in the forest. Over the years, Joel and the vampire
Rachel become friends and he helps her feel by violently stabbing her and doing other nasty things. Rachel eventually leaves
Joel and he must continue getting the fix of violence that he's used to. He also runs into his share of vampires along the
Low budget is no excuse for bad characters. Joel Winter, who was this guy, did Joel have any human friends before he became
a vampire? What did Joel do for a living? Has he ever been in love? What??? Characters without a past is two dimentional.
Plus, what about the vampire's past? This is just a piece of low budget trash that isn't worth watching. I would rather
gouge out my eyes with an ice cream scoop then watch this piece of dung again. I give addicted to stupid THE NOOSE
I agree with Zedd, this is a total loser, it has terrorble story, characters, effects. I can't see anything good about this
movie and the fact it has two sequels just boggles my mind. Why? Why must we suffer through two more of these piles of dog
crap? WHY!!!????? I too give Addicted to murder the NOOSE!
ON THE POSTIVE SIDE (+ HITS):
+ SEEN IT (Never have to see it again, but two sequels makes me want to puke.)
ON THE NEGATIVE SIDE (+ MISSES):
- WRITING (The characters have no past and this movie has no future)
- DIALOG (Pretty weak dialog)
- ACTING (Because of the bad writing, bad acting.)
- FILM QUALITY (The film quality was just terrible)
- EFFECTS (Pretty weak creature effects.)
- ANYTHING I LEFT OUT (I'm sure there's a ton things more wrong with this crapper then I couldn't think of.)