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DVD Review: 'Machine Head'

Jason Coleman Jason Coleman
March 28th, 2014 10:30am EDT

Machine Head

Only a killer would turn driving someone nuts into an art form.  That’s why we’re checking out the new to DVD flick "Machine Head" out now from Anchor Bay Home Entertainment.  We examine the effects of the stress endured below!

 

Machine Head DVD

   

   

   Title: "Machine Head"

   Grade: 1/2

   Cast: Sharon Hinnendael, Christina Corigliano, Nicole Zeoli

   Director: Jim Valdez

   Rating: R

   Runtime: 82 minutes

   Release Company: Anchor Bay Home Entertainment

   Website: www.anchorbayent.com

 

The Flick: What starts off with a decent opening scene and then some killer fun credits then turns into a so serious yet so unwatchable flick about three girls getting stalked by a hooded figure.  Been there, done that.  And the "Machine Head" in the title I guess has to do with a car that stalks them as they head to their destination, but even that only lasts a short portion of the story.  (Is that much time worthy of the entire name of the film?!)  Dull, wholly unscary and predictable to a fault, this totally lame duck should bury its mechanical head in obscurity sand and never come out.

Best Feature: Are a Photo Gallery and Trailer now considered extras?  Consider yourself lucky.

Best Hidden Gem: That there’s a gratuitous topless scene in full daylight – still not enough.

Worth the Moola: Looking for a fresh out of the cinematic hole horror dog turd – don’t forget to wipe.

Photo Credits: Photos Courtesy of Anchor Bay Home Entertainment