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Last House on Dead End Street (2005) Horror Movie Review

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Last House on Dead End Street (2005)

I kind of have mixed feelings about this one, part of me loves the no budget blatant disregard for what is acceptable cinema, but part of me was kind of dissapointed. The story is a about Terry Hawkins played by Roger Watkins (the director), just released from jail and angry at the world he decides he is going to make some real life snuff films….eh I guess thats really about all there is for a story, but thats okay. Its not about a brilliant story, its about setting a dark, depressing, angry tone that too many horror films forget how to do. My biggest complaint would have to be the horrible dubbing. I don’t mind bad dubbing but this is like nothing Ive seen. There is diouluge when nobodys lips are moving, you can tell it was recorded on a $10 mic and just does’nt fit the film at all. Thats not to say there are no redeeming qualities found here though, for the budget it was still very good, it has a very dark tone that is almost impossible to replicate, and some great gore effects at the end. Just dont go expecting Nekromantik or anything.


About Last House on Dead End Street (2005)

Title: Last House on Dead End Street
Year: 2005
Starring: Nan L. Bernstein, Pat Canestro, Alan Cooper, Kathy Curtin, Doreen Ellis
Rating: 3/5 stars from 5 users. Reviews: 5.
Rating: R (Restricted)
Runtime: 78 minutes




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