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IMDb Rating 3.4

The Resort is a 2021 American horror film directed by Taylor Chien. This film Produced by Will Meldman, Sam Mobley, Taylor Chien, Justin Chien and Written by Taylor Chien.

The Resort movie starring Bianca Haase, Brock O’Hurn, Michael Vlamis, Michelle Randolph, Avery Pascual, Joaquin Veizaga and Lizze Gordon in the leading roles.

This film music composed by John “Fingazz” Stary, Cinematography Adriaan Kirchner and Edited work done by Joe Homokay. In this film Distributed by Vertical Entertainment and released on April 30, 2021.

The Resort Movie Story Line

Sam (Michael Vlamis) gives a bad explanation for any terrifying experience and is a group of unbelievers who grew up in religion. Bree (Michelle Randolph) is an Instagram obsessive; I doubt he was that excited for a trip to Transylvania, since vampires couldn’t be photographed.

Very handsome with a luxurious mane, laid-back mountain dweller Chris (Brock O’Hurn) is the father of the group, level-headed and protective. As terrible as the beast is, I’d be offended if he let me die while I was awake. Brock O’Hurn was first spotted on Instagram with her hair up in a bun, and she’s even working out at the station — something I generally hope is indicative of who dies first.

This crazy horror movie is so cliche that people are wondering if this is some kind of sophisticated meta-joke being played on us. How else to explain a decision that the lone survivor told Lex (Bianca Haase) as a flashback from the hospital bed.

When we see the four of them swimming in the waterfall, is Lex some kind of nudge that we want to hear if this is the last time they’ll be happy. Writer, director and producer Taylor Chien hopes to use it as a calling card for an episode of Love Island. Or did he and his friends just want a vacation to Hawaii.

Horror Movie

The only scary thing about The Resort is that it’s not writer/director Taylor Chien‘s first narrative feature, because it’s hard to imagine anything worse. It’s a cheesy ghost story that is almost haunted and takes a long time for anything to happen.

It is also an absolute failure in all aspects of cinema, from writing, acting, from storytelling to editing. I appreciate the merit of a pretty good practical makeup effect towards the end. But you have to be masochistic to get there. Please note that this film is only 70 minutes long and has no end credits.

Brock O’Hurn and Michael Vlamis in The Resort Movie

Finally we arrived at the station. It looks very uncomfortable. In the end, we had some cool makeup effects and some mind-blowing horrors. Unfortunately, THE RESORT lasts 75 minutes and 53 minutes before the horror kicks in.

It might have been different if the first 53 minutes had been filled with scary stuff. We’re getting different opinions from characters about the existence of ghosts. But it looks like it will last longer than the intro.

Fortunately, the film takes a long time to materialize, although the film is less than 75 minutes in length. With the exception of a short spooky intro that makes no sense. Most of the plot unfolds with talking children and walking towards their destination.

They play to the beat of popular pop songs, make bad jokes and embarrassing sexual innuendos. And discuss various paranormal beliefs. Nothing about the time they spend together shows that they really care about each other or that they have their own personalities that make them impossible to understand.