Death Mask 2000 Horror Movie Review
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There seems to be some confusion among the Amazon reviews about this product. “Death Mask” is a low-budget horror film starring James Best (of “The Dukes of Hazzard” TV show) as Wilbur, a socially awkward carnival geek who nurtures a frustrated love of women. Although he finds himself falling for Linnea Quigley, romantic feelings that are at least partly requited, Wilbur simultaneously becomes attached to a beautiful death mask that forces him (liberates him?) into becoming a killer. I can’t say that I have an objective opinion about this film—I’m not a fan of the genre and only picked it up because I went to high school with a cast member—but it struck me that James Best had some real talent and I don’t know whether to be impressed or saddened that he put so much of it into this sort of movie.
About Death Mask (2000)
James Best, Linnea Quigley, John Nutten, Brigitte Hill, Lorilyn Alexander,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
NR (Not Rated)Runtime:
97 minutesDirector: Steve Latshaw,
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