Beyond The Gates (2016)
Luckily there are a few areas that the movie does handle quite well that salvaged my viewing at least somewhat. First off, the gore is really well done here and even though we don't get a whole lot of it outside of just a couple scenes, those couple scenes of it are amazing, with plenty of the red stuff flowing and the effects for those scenes were done quite well. In addition, the acting all around was fantastic by all parties involved, especially by Brea Grant (who I'm most familiar with as the Speedster from the awesome TV show Heroes), and that alone was the sole reason I even bothered to finish this movie, as I was genuinely really enjoying their performances and chemistry together. Lastly, the movie looks gorgeous. It was really well-shot overall, and I'm sure it'll pop beautifully on BluRay with all those various bright blues, purples, pinks, and reds.
I really do hate the fact that I dislike this movie so much because despite my thoughts on the overall package here, it really is quite evident that everyone involved put forward a commendable effort, it's just sadly the script is a boring, uninteresting, cocktease of a mess that really probably could have benefited from having another few drafts of work done on it before making the movie.