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Unmasked Part 25 (1989)

Unrated  |   |  Comedy, Horror, Romance  |  January 1989 (France)
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Jackson is a lonely serial killer who is really beginning to question the point of all his killing. He is losing focus on why he started to kill in the first place. The future looks bleak ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Gregory Cox ...
Jackson
Fiona Evans ...
Shelly
Edward Brayshaw ...
Father
Debbie Lee London ...
Christi
Kim Fenton ...
Nick
Anna Conrich ...
Ann
Robin Welch ...
Pete
Christian Brando ...
Albert (as Gary Brown)
Annabel Yuresha ...
Patti
...
Mick
Helen Rochelle ...
Monica
Howard Martin ...
Mac
Lucy Hornak ...
Charlotte
Steve Dixon ...
Barry
Morie Kelly ...
Meagan
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Jackson is a lonely serial killer who is really beginning to question the point of all his killing. He is losing focus on why he started to kill in the first place. The future looks bleak until he meets a blind girl, Shelly, who begins to show him that life isn't so bad. It is all up to Jackson to decide if he's going to stop killing and start learning responsibility and think about finding a real job and starting a family. Written by Josh Pasnak <chainsaw@intouch.bc.ca>

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It's a cold, cruel world - but Jackson can hack it!

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Comedy | Horror | Romance

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January 1989 (France)  »

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Unmasked: Part 25  »

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When Jackson drops to his knees after reading the marquee outside of the cinema, a passerby can be seen walking in front of him and looking up at the camera. Furthermore, in the subsequent wide-angle shot, a car directly in front of Jackson in the previous scene, has disappeared. See more »

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girl: [while being threatened with a pitchfork] Ahhhhh!
Jackson: Go ahead, scream if you'd like. To be perfectly honest, I'm really starting to get quite bored with this whole thing.
girl: You're the guy from the pub, aren't you? The one that attacked Nick?
Jackson: Ridiculous isn't it? I mean, I have to kill, I have no choice in the matter, but you think they'd let me try something else as well. I do have other talents as well. There's no sense in you trying to run for it, really. You'll get ten feet, and run into a branch,...
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Memorable - but not necessarily because it's good
11 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In the first and most memorable scene in this movie, 'Jackson', while wearing a hockey mask and meandering around the streets of London one night, and grabs a guy from behind and peels back the flesh from his face and then punches a hole into the guy's chest and then rips out his heart. Then, in the first of several changes in tone, we get annoying attempts at humour, where Jackson tries on cowboy hats in a store while still wearing his hockey mask, a cornball sequence where he and his blind girlfriend go for a stroll on the beach one evening at sunset, while Jackson is still wearing his hockey mask(!) - is this supposed to be a comedy or a soap opera love story now? The movie changes tone drastically (again) and we plod through over a half an hour of crap about him and his blind girlfriend and their relationship problems, with Jackson walking around their bedroom wearing a pair of red underwear with 'Bad Boy' printed on them. *groan* Towards the end we get a couple more semi gory killings, before Jackson collapses crying and screaming "No! No! No!" after seeing a marquee at a local movie theatre which reads "Coming soon: 'Unmasked part 26'" hinting that he still will never be able to stop killing, no matter how much he may want to, because the producers will keep bringing him back again and again in more sequels.

That joke about the marquee listing the title of the next supposed sequel being called 'Unmasked part 26' probably didn't make sense in the alternate version called 'Hand of Death' either, and it does make for a really anticlimactic (and abrupt) ending. This looks like home movies filmed on the streets in and around London on a pocket change budget in a few days time, while it might have had a valid point about the unoriginality of Hollywood, it was mostly brought down by the nonexistent budget and the dramatic changes in tone throughout the movie. It just ends up looking like a hybrid between horror, soap opera romance, and the kind of diffused look of a soft core porno video. It's one of the most memorable flicks you're ever going to see, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's good.

** out of ****


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