Synopsis:After narrowly escaping an ancient burial ground, a group of friends find themselves trapped between two evils, forcing them to fight, die, or go back the way they came.
Muck (2015) is an American horror movie that was filmed in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA. First-time director and writer Steve Wolsh did an unmentionable terrible job executing his movie. I am thinking, what in the world is wrong with this guy, why is he even wasting his money making a prequel to Muck, titled Muck: Feast of Saint Patrick. By the way, the pre-sequel is already in production. It is a total waste money; that money can be donated to an orphanage or charity. This is another awful, daunting movie that I had to sit through and watch and is time spent that I cannot get back.
Muck opens by showing us five people escaping something really bad but we do not see what they are escaping or is told. The five people found an abandoned house and decide to stay there for the time as they feel safer. The only problem is that one of the five people is seriously injured, and now it is up to one guy to go to the nearest town for help as no one has a cell phone. While that one person is out for help, the rest of the clan is attacked by a group of albinos carrying hatchets. We learn nothing about the albino group and why they are attacking these people or why are they so …. The guy who went for help ended up in a bar with beautiful young females that are intoxicated. Will he forget all about his friends waiting for help - yes he does. He began taking shots and talking to a female but later got ahold of a cell phone. Here is the punch, he called his cousin instead of calling the police. He tells his cousin to pick him up in the town of West Craven. He grew impatient, decided to go back to the house to help the rest of the people and did not call the police, tell anyone what has happened or take the cell phone.
I do not feel like spoiling any more of the movie for you so if you would like to waste some of your precious time then watch this movie. I would suggest that if a person makes a movie that fails in every way then please do not make a prequel to it.
About Muck (2015)
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Writers: Steve Wolsh
Director: Steve Wolsh