· Forget Me Not (2009) (Phase 4 Films)
The Short Version: “Don’t you forget about me, I’ll be alone, dancing — you know it, baby.”
The Slightly-Elongated Version: Carly Schroeder (that girl from Lizzie McGuire) stars in this good ol’ fashioned horror fare that pits a recent group of high school grads against a very vengeful and evil spirit. On the eve of their graduation party, Sandy (Schroeder) and friends decide to play a weird game they used to play as kids — one that is played in a graveyard, nonetheless. They soon tick off a spirit with the uncanny ability to not only wipe out its victims, but wipe out the memory of its victims from the face of the Earth as well. Sandy, on the other hand, is the only one who can remember her recently departed pals — and tries to figure out what’s going on before something bad happens to her, too
· Evil Bong 3: The Wrath of Bong (2011) (Full Moon Features)
The Short Version: Dude, we’ll hold you a funeral wake and bake!
The Slightly-Elongated Version: And what would any collection of college-era chillers be without something just for the stoners? Charles Band, the iconic underground filmmaker who founded Full Moon Pictures, is still at it. Only, these days, he’s making much less-serious stuff (which is saying something, especially when you compare this to what Full Moon cranked out from the late ‘90s onward). Not only is Evil Bong 3-D: The Wrath of Bong Full Moon’s first bona fide theatrical feature, but it’s also the most recent mind-numbingly silly entry in a series of demented horror flicks that features alien bongs, killer bongs, Irwin Keyes, and scantily-clad ladies, too — so it’s not a complete waste of time, I s’pose.
Happy viewing, kids — and be sure to keep an eye out for the next installment of "Horrible Horror."