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Well it has been a while since I gave a movie a 1 star rating, but "A Night To Dismember" certainly deserves it. With its horrible editing, script, directing, acting, and even dubbing, hell this movie is horrible at everything.
The plot= from what I made out is that we get a young woman named Vicki played by Samantha Fox (The porn star, not the 80's page 3 model and singer) released from a institution after murdering a couple people. But then surprise surprise people start turning up dead.
I've looked up some info on this movie and found out that some of the footage is actually missing which is an excuse for the choppy editing Not only do we get some of the same scenes used-over and when the people are talking we don't even get see they're faces only close up's of the back of their heads and feet which makes this movie incoherent, and to make things worse we have a detective talking all the way through it, explaining about stuff that's not even happened, I mean that just makes this movie hard to follow. Another thing as well are the effects are just laughable hot dog sausages used as fingers, I mean come on why was this movie even released, it's not even so bad it's good, this movie is just plain awful and unwatchable.
All in all "A Night To Dismember" is definitely a movie you should avoid, and probably the worst slasher movie of all time.
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