How does a man react when he loses everything he loves? MR. HUSH has an answer: with brutal, terrifying violence. A frightening throwback to the slasher films of the 1980s, this is a classic horror flick that is hard to shake.
David Lee Madison
Edward X. Young,
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David Alanson Bradberry
A confrontation between a Trick-R-Treater and a homeowner turns bad. Darren is cursed into becoming half zombie, and is hungry. All he has to do is keep ordering pizza. Will any of the pizza boys survive his vicious attacks?
I saw this at an early '90s Short Film Festival, where it was playing alongside one of my own films. This was, quite frankly, the most painfully awful piece of sludge I have ever had the misfortune of viewing. The acting wouldn't pass muster in a toothpaste commercial (the villain comes across as a bizarre mix between Charles Durning's Doc Hopper from "The Muppet Movie" and Lambert Wilson's Merovingian from "The Matrix Reloaded"), the writing is laughable - and those are the GOOD points.
If you ever have the chance to see this movie - Please, don't stop to think, just run screaming into the night. I still have traumatic flashbacks of this movie.
Okay, maybe it wasn't THAT bad, but it sure wasn't good.
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