Reviews- MINDS OF TERROR is a pretty decent homemade horror effort that should please those who enjoyed STRAWBERRY ESTATES (2001). The film has numerous surprises, a fair amount of splatter, and some B-movie regular cameos including Conrad Brooks, Joe Estevez, Robyn Griggs and Eric Spudic.CRITICONLINE The film starts quit good, with the 3 teenagers having car trouble and finding themselves a place to spend the night. I know it 's classic stuff, even prehistoric, but even this cliche. The first part, although often slow paced, is quite enjoyable, however when we come to the side story of Jeffrey Vandoren the film wanders away from the seemingly normal plot.RAZOREEL When all is said and done, Minds of Terror is a fun little Z-movie with a few clever bits in its favour and a few less clever things to its detriment. It doesn't have pretensions and it features a cast and crew (all one of him) with some skill and talent. Whether Lost Souls is better or worse, whether it makes more sense or less sense, I can't say. But Minds of Terror is a credible effort which succeeds in making something out of (almost) nothing.MJSIMPSONThis product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.