The Horrible Dr. Bones (2000)

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18 September 2001 | BHorrorWriter
It isn't totally Horrible!
Full Moon Pictures attempted to have a spin-off company...Originally called Alchemy, they changed it too Big City Pictures. This is the 2nd offering from the now defunct spin-off attempt.

The Horrible Dr. Bones has an excellent soundtrack, that even my daughter was dancing to (hey, she is only gonna be 2 in Jan.). The acting was typical B-movie. Wooden, underdeveloped and clumsy. Still, this movie wasn't all that bad. Yes, it was too short, and very rushed at the end. I would have liked to have seen a much more involved climax. Oh, well...Budget Restraints! The character of Dr. Bones was played excellently, and was very rastafarian looking...I liked his cane! And the smile he gives the main character, Jamal, spooky!

Much better than Killjoy, close to Ragdoll...this is just a silly, fun, and fun to make fun of film that should not be taken seriously.

7 out of 10

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