Truth or Dare (2018) – Blood Splattered Vlog (Horror Movie Review)

Truth or Dare (2018) – Blood Splattered Vlog (Horror Movie Review)

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This week The Horror Guru reviews BLUMHOUSE’S TRUTH OR DARE!

BLUMHOUSE’S TRUTH OR DARE (2018) was written by Michael Reisz, Jillian Jacobs, Chris Roach & Jeff Wadlow and directed by Jeff Wadlow and stars Lucy Hale, Tyler Posey, Violett Beane, Hayden Szeto, Landon Liboiron, Nolan Gerard Funk, Sophia Ali, Sam Lerner, Aurora Perrineau, Tom Choi & Gary Anthony Williams.

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KweenyTodd says:

"There is time for a stupider movie.." dont tempt fate man! It will hear you. 😉

smittythemoviedude says:

Yep Im definitely making a short film about killer spin the bottle, 7 mins in hell!

Mike White says:

I would totally see a shitty horror movie based off n spin the bottle

Jas Cat says:

On the topic of a stupid premise. Now I want to see a Heads Up Seven Up Horror Movie. Let's crowdfund it people!

Jeremy Jenkins says:

I watched Jackula's and your review of Kuso and, yeah…I couldn't do it. Peaced out after about 30 out of the 94 minutes of the minutes. NOPE, can't do it. Watched Tetsuo the Iron Man and was fantastic! Also, I should watch Truth or Dare and cackle at it 😀 Thank you, Josh ^_^

EnvoyOfTheBlackAbyss says:

You know what they could do?

Haunted Jello-Shot: The Movie

Just have it be one of those things where you drink a shot off a person's body, but they end up drinking their souls as well as the shot.

Abby Hilyard says:

I found the ending scary because this could perhaps cause the extinction of the human race. Unless people (in that world) shun all youtube videos and human contact, they could be forced into the game right?

Satria Kurniawann Djaenal says:

Y'know, your reaction to this movie is exactly what I expected.

By the way, I actually think the best seat in a theater are the middle ones. Up front, you have to look up and can sometimes miss details since you're so close to the screen.

Lighting's not too bad, BTW. A little uneven, but nothing egregious.

TheSlayFer Ch. T. says:

I went into this movie expecting fun garbage and I got it in the worst way possible because I went by myself and the theater was practically empty so I had no one to riff the movie with or an audience to laugh with for 90 minutes of pure stupidity and the ending was just what pushed this movie from fun garbage into "Oh my God! Fuck you movie I want my 11 bucks back!!!"

Rachael Reviews says:

Blumhouse's 7 minutes in heaven… the horror movie… 🤢🤢🤢

Bryceton Proctor says:

Of course you looked like a madman laughing (I myself would be to) but it doesn't help that we aren't the demographic for this movie being we are older than 14.

ladydiskette says:

If we are going to ride the wave of bad to mediocre horror movies this year (Not saying all of them were, but there were a few that made me go "Meh") I am glad we at least getting one that is MST3K riffable. That is the best you can hope for when you go into a bad horror movie and you don't know what to expect.

The Jawgz says:

I realize that these are just supposed to be vlogs, but have you thought about including more movie footage in your reviews, or even trailer footage peppered throughout? Don't get me wrong; I do enjoy your content and your choice of films to cover, but including footage might help make the reviews a bit more dynamic on a visual level. As it is it's a bit hard (or maybe inconvenient is a better word, since films are easy to look up nowadays) to contextualize some of what you say without having some sort of visual reference. Is it a copyright nightmare? I dunno, I just think some measure of visual aids may help grow the channel.

prufrock1977 says:

My daughter wants to get into horror and she thinks this movie looks interesting. LOL thanks for the review.

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