Brutal Massacre: A Comedy 2008 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
David Naughton of An American Werewolf in London stars as famed horror director Harry Penderecki whose career has been plagued by violent mishaps and critics’ attacks. But when Harry decides to shoot his comeback movie, he’ll do it with a crew that includes a stressed assistant director (Brian O’Halloran of Clerks), his foul-mouthed production manager (Ellen Sandweiss of The Evil Dead), an oddball cinematographer (Gerry Bednob of The 40 Year Old Virgin), his loyal grip (Ken Foree of Dawn of the Dead) a deranged Vietnam vet (Gunnar Hansen of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre) and more. There’s gratuitous nudity, graphic gore and malfunctioning toilets, plus appearances by ‘Ladies Of The Evil Dead’ Betsy Baker and Theresa Tilly, Fangoria editor Tony Timpone and Master Of Horror Mick Garris in this wild ‘mockumentary’ about a low-budget production that becomes a BRUTAL MASSACRE!
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