A good watch! I really enjoyed it, as there were characters that everyone know at least one of, and the murders are believable... sick... but believable. They do what real people would do in their situation.
Attack of the Tattie-Bogle (2017) 1080p YIFY Movie
Attack of the Tattie-Bogle (2017) 1080p
Attack of the Tattie-Bogle is a movie starring Rob Jones, Joe Marcy, and Devon Jorlett. A masked stranger attacks a group of friends at a cabin in remote Wisconsin.
IMDB: 4.30 Likes
- Genre: Horror |
- Quality: 1080p
- Size: 979.61M
- Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 60
- IMDB Rating: 4.3/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 7 / 37
The Synopsis for Attack of the Tattie-Bogle (2017) 1080p
A group of unlikely bunk mates gather at a mutual friend's cabin in remote Wisconsin. Armed with all the comforts of urban life, they are ready to celebrate; but when a masked stranger shows up and attacks the group, they are sent reeling. Confused, scared, and unprepared to handle real danger, survivors are forced to battle fears, balance egos, and summon their courage - or die.
The Director and Players for Attack of the Tattie-Bogle (2017) 1080p
The Reviews for Attack of the Tattie-Bogle (2017) 1080p
Hokie, but very entertaining.Reviewed byejmc111Vote: 9/10
This is what happens when you give a wannabe film maker a few thousand dollars and a black bag full of talent. I'm genuinely struggling to find a flaw. This came from a very dark mind, its not a hero beats mystical monster type film, more of " a 7ft unit with a scythe and a mask wreaking havoc", situation. Imagine being stuck in the woods with Jason Vorhees little brother on the loose, that's what this film is, no long intros developing characters or soppy back story to the eventual hero who makes it out alive, just all is right, then someone gets a scythe in the head, what do we do now!!. None of the characters go into basements armed with letter openers, no-one has a squirrel that can summon Lucifer, no, it's just one scene of a madman on the loose. It's a bit lazy, no effort is made to explain what or who the Tattie-bogle is, but do we need to know? , the mooks running around getting slaughtered didn't seem to care and either do I. I loved this, like the title says, new genre, a lesson in terror.
This was very refreshing. Sort of a really old idea, but the way it was carried through made me happy. Looking forward seeing more from these writers.