Black Dahlia (2006) - Crime, Horror

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Three psychopaths go on a killing spree, recreating the Black Dahlia murder.

IMDB: 1.4
Director: Ulli Lommel
Stars: Elissa Dowling, Sutton Christopher
Length: 81 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 38 out of 76 found boring (50%)

One-line Reviews (65)

Watching this movie is a waste of time .

This is shot on someone's camcorder, has no plot, the acting is terrible, the dialogue is terrible, it has stupid annoying effects and cuts made on someone's PC or Mac.

worst movie....

In order to compare Lommel's and De Palma's "Black Dahlias", I have borrowed and watched both movies and given the latter a "1", because De Palma's movie is pretentious.

No plot.

Please don't waste your money on this wipe-out.

This premise is fascinating and better than most.

but this version of Black Dahlia, which I mistook for the Josh Hartnett one, is unwatchable.

The rest of the cast kept me yawning with their lack of personality or anything interesting to say.

Even that was a waste of time!

There was no plot.

unwatchable .


The worst movie I have ever seen in my 40 plus years of watching.

the worst movie I have ever seen (the first 4 minutes of) I actually really enjoyed the opening shot of a vintage Hollywood sign framed in palm trees.

This must be the worst movie I've ever seen.

I believe that this is the worst movie I've ever seen....

The "story" consists of the repetitive casting of new victims for the leather-masked, never explained butcher and the likewise unintelligible porn-star/anti-heroine egging him on.

They're simply are the worst movie detectives ever!

I have seen a couple of other Ulli Lommel movies and despite the small budgets I usually find them quite entertaining and some of them like BTK Killer are pretty good at freaking you out.

The gore is repetitive and boring.

this movie is the biggest waste of time/money.

the so-called climactic sequence was extremely tedious.

Granted, some films can succeed with such problems, but this film fails on all levels, because the plot is boring to begin with and was so ridiculous.

BUT if it took more than that, then that was a collosial waste of taxpayers money.

The production values of a high-school movie made by teenagers who would rather be doing something else HELP to make this the worst movie ever made.

For many years, I thought that "Horror of the Blood Monsters" was the worst movie I've ever watched in my whole life.

If you don't take it seriously, its actually entertaining.

What in God's name possessed these so called filmmakers to juxtapose zillions of tiresome black and white freeze frames after every investigation team shot?

Then we are taken to modern LA and forced to endure the worst display of establishing shots imaginable (long boring static shots that are clearly composed sans tripod).

Pretentious filler by wannabe artists.

This film shows no story, drama, psychology, gore, humor or anything.

Dialogue is incoherent, acting is either languid or over-the-top, and the soundtrack is utterly inappropriate.

The premise of this film gives an exciting take on one scenario that I didn't see coming.

well i have watched many movies before, and there have been a few stinkers,, like mary reilly, man with a gun, but this one, is there even words to describe how AWFUL this movie is.. this movie keeps repeating itself over and over, and some of the music,, horrible, why put frank sinatra's music in here, this was by far the WORST movie i have ever watched, my wife couldn't manage to keep her eyes open, she told me to go throw it in the fireplace.

I've always had a little obsession with cold cases (I'm a police officer in Colorado), and while this movie is lacking what other, high-budget films can bring to the table, I enjoyed it thoroughly.

What a waste of 3 minutes of my life!.

More importantly, it was a waste of my time looking it up on Netflix and watching it once it arrived.

Totally predictable as well.

The filler and fluff that they tried to put in the movie to create the "scary," more like laughable, mood was a waste of time.

Every student-film cliché in the book is in this movie and put along side Ulli Lommel's worthless skills as a director, this film comes together to make a giant waste of time.

" Ed Wood was called by many the worst director of all-time, but his enthusiasm and love of cinema, made his films somewhat enjoyable in their "badness.

but with no plot.

All the murder scenes are very slow and boring and each killing is nearly identical the the last.

This DAHLIA is boring, repetitious, pretentious and laughable.

Even writing this comment is showing it too much attention - don't waste your time and money on it!

The killers kill in very long slow boring scenes before leaving body parts for the police.

There was absolutely no plot, the acting was atrocious, and the cinematography was unbelievably awful.

terrible footage, no plot...

only made it to the slasher scene and had to turn off & had enough.

This was by far the worst movie with the worst plot I have ever seen.

No plot.

Over and over, to the point where seeing people drilled and bisected actually becomes boring.

scenes were long and slow...

Worst movie ever made.

Working at a video store I have encountered the intentional confusion these ripoffs create time and time again.

Did I want to see a dry and pretentious films with a bunch of over paid actors and a dollar wasted budget?

After I saw The Raven recently and enjoyed it I decided to give this one a go and I found it to be gory and exciting - do not know what the problem is with some people on here.

I've been renting straight to video crap all year and this is the worst movie I've found so far.

Don't waste your time or money.

This is the worst movie I have ever seen.

Worst movie I have ever seen!

Please don't waste your time or money renting or buying or watching this awful movie.

A Second vote for Worst Movie ever made .

The directors' use of camera angles was stupid, awful, and in some instances got annoying, due to stupid and repetitive scenes that literally mad no sense.