Directed by Mark Atkins. Written by David Michael Latt and Michael Gingold. Starring Rebekah Kochan, Jan Anderson, Jared Cohn, Derek Osedach, Scot Nery and Alicia Klein.
Plot: it’s basically Halloween. It’s a big time copy. I don’t know if that was the point, but that’s what it is.
Chris Vale was admitted to an asylum as a child after almost being killed by the same men who killed his mother. He’s disfigured now – of course – and at 22-years-old he escapes from the institution by killing some guards. Then, he goes home. The person who currently lives there is holding a Halloween party. And he starts killing everyone in sight.
Good points: boob shots. A lot of them. And the fact that this movie is so stupid you can just pop it in and make fun the whole time.
Bad points: everything else. It’s really low-budget. It tried to be clever, but it should have just stuck with being campy. Unnecessarily long fade outs. Rebekah is a horrible actress – when she’s mad or sad or hugging or crying. The surprise ending. And the stupid “no hot co-ed was harmed” during the credits. We do not recommend.
Our score: 22.