While A Lonely Place to Die was one of the best of the fest, the Fantasia Film Festival played host to one of the worst films of all time, Raffaele Picchio’s despicable Italian slasher Morituris.
“With an FX master working his magic, I was sure that there would be something redeemable in an otherwise putrid film. Boy was I wrong. ‘Morituris’ has landed firmly in my mental list of the ‘worst films of all time.’ ”
“Why?” you ask? Click here to read the entire review and see why I’ve given the film a shocking negative 100 million out of five skulls.
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