Sunday, January 3, 2010
Lion’s Gate films has finally delivered a spicy 80's style slasher, a direct to DVD film called " Drive-Thru. A fast food restaurant themed Hella-Burger is the local joint in town that has a 6-foot tall mascot called Horny The Clown, he stalks and terrorizes a town with a shit-crazy knife the size of the empire state building, his motive is killing a bunch of drama filled high school kids in a movie that's fun but yet really bad at the same time.
High school attendee Mackenzie Carpenter (Leighton Meester) who lives in the over populated Orange County thinks her only problem in her high school life is collapsing of bordem . Mackenzie is being stalked with cryptic messages hidden in these 70's style toys. If Mackenzie want's to live to be 18 she must come face to face with the killer clown called Horny.
A late night hack and slash at Hella Burger to a party of high school kids that blaze up some pot and aggravate a ouija board, Mackenzie Carpenter (Leighton Meester) is still trying to solve this case on her own, she does not want any help from family, friends or even authority, shes to busy as a virgin teasing her boyfriends pocket rocket. Mackenzie teases a lot in this film, But in my own words I don't mind her, seems like Mackenzie's fountain of youth is to have a dirty mind.
All the kids that went to school together seemed to have a distinct connection to one another. Drive-Thru is about solving a mystery of Horny the Clown, the gore in the movie is very nice and it will make your skin stand on end. Although not a serious horror movie, the fact is made blatantly clear with the plot: A knife wielding clown named Horny. Don't expect anything more. In fact this film is as bad as a leak in a condom because there really isn't too much to this movie except a lot of blood, heavy metal, and cheap laughs."Drive-Thru", is the Coca-Cola without the caffeine.
If you are looking to being scared this would not be the movie for you. However if you are a fan of the B horror genre and hack and slash meaningless violence then this is right up your alley.
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