Fade to Black/Hell Night 2003 Horror Movie Review
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I always had a soft spot for HELL NIGHT because I loved it as a kid. Watching it almost 30 years later it did not have the same effect. It’s a lot slower than I remember it being. Linda Blair is gorgeous so it was nice to see her again. A bunch of college fraternity/soroity kids have to spend the night in a house where a bunch of murders took place. Unknown to them the mutated killer still lives there. Way too slow, needs more gore. As a child in the 80’s this was cool.
FADE TO BLACK just plain sucked. Real snoozefest that trys to imitate Alfred Hitchcock but it’s a weak storyline with bad acting, not enough blood or suspense. One of the worst slasher films of this genre.
About Fade to Black/Hell Night (2003)
Fade to Black/Hell Night
Dennis Christopher, Linda Blair, Vincent Van Patten, Peter Barton, Kevin Brophy,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
127 minutesDirector: Tom DeSimone Vernon Zimmerman,
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