So I was cruing Fear.net's Free Spot on my DVR the other night and ran across "Wicked Little Things".
It had Scout Taylor-Compton in it so I gave it a go and you know, I wasn't completely disappointed.
Here's the IMDB description: Karen, Sarah, and Emma Tunney are all moving to a small town in Pennsylvania where, unknown to them, in 1913, a horrid mine accident trapped dozens of children alive, underground. But there's a problem. They're still alive.
So this recently widowed milf and her two daughters inherit this creepy house up in the mountains.
Turns out at night these creepy little mine shaft zombie kids come out to play . .. and by play I mean they crave flesh.
The gore is more than I expected.
These filmmakers had some balls having little kids (even though they are actors) pretend to eat people while covered in blood.
There are parts that drag but over all I was entertained to say the least.
Plus, maybe it was the HD but the shots and cinematography in the film were pretty incredible.
Plus, the whole film had the creepy "you are really up in the mountains in the creepy house" feeling going for it.
Check it out.
I'd like to know what you think. Was it just past my bedtime and my better film judgement was off or is this one of the gems that won't ever be huge but a fun one time watch?