Sub-Genre- Zombie/Raisin Horror
In Attendance- Just me.
Cast Members of Note- A bunch of French people I have never heard of in my life.
What's it about?- Two women are taking a train to different vacation spots; one to Spain, one to see her "Winery boss" boyfriend in the French countryside. They are alone on the train, 100% completely alone (?), until a guy with a pus-filled and dripping ear gets on board and kills one of them. The other chick screams a lot, and runs for her life, right into the arms of a bunch of other rotting, melting people.
|Ladies and gentlemen: Marie, George, and Pascal. Yeah.|
|I don't know about you, but I'd trust her.|
The Good- This is one of those movies that I like because it reminds me of other horror from the late 70's/early 80's, and not necessarily because it was all that great. It was however, despite its slow pace and a story that didn't always make much sense, a fun ride to take.
|Because I had no idea what in the hell was going on, that's why.|
The Bad- I used to love grapes...
|"You take the good, you take the bad. You take them both and there you have, The Grapes of Death."|
The Gory- Pitchforks in chests, people nailed to doors, some beheading, shootings, rotting and dripping flesh... This movie doesn't skimp on the bloody stuff.
|"I love you!"|
Best Line- Something about grapes... I can't remember.
What did we learn?- Grapes are evil. Also, France is a creepy country to travel in.
C This one gets a solid C, because it's solidly decent, while being nothing spectacular. If you're in the mood for some nonsensical, old school Euro-Horror, check it out... And why not have a glass of wine while you do!
We'd never fall victim to the evil in this movie, because we have our own secret weapon against evil grapes!