14 Cameras (2018)
Director: Seth Fuller, Scott Hussion
Main Stars: Zach Dulin, Kodi Saint Angelo, Neville Archambault, Chelsea Edmundson, Lora Martinez-Cunningham, Brytnee Ratledge, Amber Midthunder, Brianne Moncrief, John-Paul Howard, Gavin White, Hank Rogerson
Storyline: Gerald is back but this time setting up more then just cameras he is selling on the internet.
Review (Spoils): A young couple rent an AIRBNB which unfortunately is owned by creepy Gerald (Neville Archambault) as he is back to his old games of filming people. As things start to get boring for Gerald, we learn that another couple with their young teen kids’ setup also in the rented resort. Things start to unfold as Gerald starts to market on the filming of the cameras. When young Junior (Gavin White) starts to catch on what old Gerald is up too things start to unfold.
The film starts as creepy as the first and things start to seem much like the first film. About mid way this start to unfold when Junior is introduced (which to me seems flawed) and we learn a bit of background on why pervert Gerald does what he does. This is a good thing and it makes sense and builds more character someone who is already a pretty dirty creepy man. But the when he starts to let things become personal that’s when the story goes sideways and starts to go off the rails. The whole kid storyline kind of ruins the film and it loses it greatness of the first film had.
We have some light nudity, cameras, dirty Gerald, the hotness of Kodi Saint Angelo and Amber Midthunder, gunshots, duct tape and lots of cheesy teenage drama. This film lacked a bit of what made the first one so great.
Rating: Neville Archambault was great again as a creepy dirty villain but the backstory of him got to detailed and it started to ruin what I loved about him. If they would of written the kid out and the annoying jogger chick this film might of gotten a higher rating. The film did okay in my books but not great thank god for Neville Archambault, Amber Midthunder and Kodi Saint Angelo or it would have been a tad worse. But I will still hold out for another from this series.