The Fiend 2005 Horror Movie Review
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Led by a sinister minister (A Clockwork Orange’s Patrick Magee), a controlling religious sect called the Brethren has taken control of widow Birdy Wemys (How Green Was My Valley’s Ann Todd), sending her unstable son, Kenny (When a Stranger Calls’ Tony Beckley), into a spiraling descent into madness and murder. No woman is safe when Kenny’s religious mania overpowers him and leads to a rampage of carnage and chaos! A shocking mixture of sex and sadism from Britain’s outrageous cycle of ‘70s horror exploitation classics!
About The Fiend (2005)
Ronald Allen, Tony Beckley, Percy Herbert, Madeline Hinde, Brenda Kempner,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
90 minutesDirector: Robert Hartford-Davis,
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