Slaughter Studios (2002) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Slaughter Studios was home to some of the best cheesy movies around. But it all came to an end when an actor was killed on the set when blanks were replaced by real bullets. Vacant for many years, a horror fan has created a plan to break into the studio and film a movie in one night. He has the guard’s schedule mapped out, located power, and recruited a cast. They are all set to make the film.
But once inside the studio things begin to go wrong. The far-from-professional actors take too long to do their scenes, they don’t do as they are told, and they start wandering away. This is a horror film so you know the inevitable happens. As each person finds themselves alone they become a target to a killer. Who is the killer? Is it one of them? Is it the ghost of the dead actor? You will have to watch the film to find out.
This one is pretty good for what it is. Our main character, the director wannabe, seems patterned after Dom Deluise for looks and flamboyance. One of the girls cast in the film is obsessed with the dead actor. The plot is almost cute until the horror starts. While essentially a slasher film it is low on the blood and gore (but not non-existent) which is a nice change. The film makers look to have had a lot of fun making this one and it rubs off on the viewer. Check it out.
About Slaughter Studios (2002)
Starring: Nicolas Read (II), Amy Shelton-White, Tara Killian, Peter Stanovich, AnChulani
Runtime: 86 minutes
Director: Brian Katkin