A stagecoach of travelers, a gunslinger and two outlaws arrive in a deserted mining town lit by the glow of a reddish full moon. As their worlds collide, they are hunted by a beast that only appears on the night of a blood moon.
Barrington De La Roche
Based on the acclaimed play by Nicholas Kazan and directed by Kenneth Kokin (producer/second unit director: The Usual Suspects and The Way of the Gun), is a story that takes place in two ... See full summary »
A scientist engineers a group of genetically engineered creatures for use as "supersoldiers" to fight U.S. wars in the Middle East. However, things get ugly when the creatures malfunction and turn on their creators.
George Elanjian Jr.
People are getting murdered down under via a barbed wire noose and then their eyes are gouged out. There are a variety of suspects at a nearby girls boarding school including students, teachers, and a nun. We also follow a rivalry between the local surfer townies and a group of preppy guys from a local all-boys school.Written by
When this film was released theatrically in Australia, it included a William Castle-like "Fright Break", a short intermission which gave audiences a chance to walk a yellow line to the cinema's exit if the film was too frightening for them, giving those who took the so-called "Chicken Walk" to the exits their money back. The "Fright Break" sequence is included on the Australian video release. See more »
The film received an R rating in Australia by the board of film censors. The distributor, anxious for as wide an audience as possible, decided to trim a majority of the onscreen violence and some of the raunchier sex scenes to obtain a more commercially friendly M rating. The subsequent VHS release a few months later was the uncut version. See more »
A crazed science teacher at a posh boarding school kills off students at the local lover's lane.
Yet another teen slasher flick made towards the decline of the genre, but more forgettable than most. Poorly plotted and scripted. The acting is so-so and the direction is almost non-existent. Avoid this mess. 4 out of 10.
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