BEWARE THE MOON REVIEWS
I first saw this film on some top ten article list, maybe of classic trailers or so, but anyway, I saw it on there and it looked not too shabby. So when I saw it was on the TV, obviously, I'm going to watch it. "In the small town of Cherry Falls, a psychotic murderer is killing off the virgins of the local high school.".
Now, what to say about this film? The concept is one of the semi weirdest concepts I have ever heard of - weird in the way there are a few holes with it - hehe... The main hole being the main idea of the film, the murderer goes after virgins, virgins. Funny story as well, I went on a date a few nights ago, and ended up discussing this hole - well, I say discussed it was mainly me saying about it as I get way too excited about anything horror related. Anyway, the hole that I am talking about? How does the murderer know who is a virgin?!
Are they just going off rumours and gossip about who are still virgins or is he somehow testing? Even so, you can't really test it. Now, I don't want to go into any graphic details about the body and sex and so, this isn't a science lesson after all, but I do know that girls tend to have some sort of covering called the Hymen when they are virgins, but this can be broken in numerous different ways - none of which are sexual. This was tested in the Green Inferno with a knife - a scene that still makes me flinch - but still, this can be broken in other none sexual ways. Guys on the other hand, no idea how you can tell they are virgins - none. Pretty sure you can't tell.
This all backs my point as to how the killer knew they were going after virgins, without going around asking or guessing by rumours, how would they have known?! Hmmmm, penny for your thought right there...
I feel like I have massively gone off on one and was trying to be a science teacher right then, but I am back, back to the actual film anyway. I'll be honest, this film is okay, it's nothing really special but it's not awful. The sex part was where most of my brain cells went to to be fair, but I enjoyed the film.
It felt a bit like a more serious, less popular Scream to be fair, as in same scenery really, same characters, same story in some ways, just less entertaining.
I would probably watch Scream over this any day to be fair... It's not awful but this or Scream? SCREAM.
Watching horror films since like 2003, when I could stand dead bodies..