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KILLING SPREE is a low-budget horror flick that was shot on 16mm film. The intent of this movie is not to give you a brilliant story, although this one does have a good twist and some radical zombies returning from the dead at the end. No, the whole reason for its existence is to showcase outrageous "splatter effects" that were so popular in the '80s. While they may not be top-of-the-line, they do hold a special place for fans of this genre. Within KILLING SPREE you will find some of the most creative "kill sequences" ever committed to celluloid! Not since DAWN OF THE DEAD has there been so much over-the-top humor and glee in showcasing this kind of phony gore. So take it for what it is. If you're a fan of movies like BAD TASTE, PINK FLAMINGOS, and BLOOD FEAST, you will appreciate KILLING SPREE.
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