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Carnage (1984)

Carol and Jonathan, a newlywed couple, move into their new house which is haunted by the ghosts of another newlywed couple who commited suicide in the house three years earlier.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Leslie Den Dooven ...
Carol Henderson
Michael Chiodo ...
Jonathan Henderson
John Garitt ...
Walter
Deeann Veeder ...
Susan Webb
Chris Baker ...
Ann
Jack Poggi ...
Minister
Dennis Malvasi ...
Tony (as Albert Alfano)
Che Moody ...
Mother-in-Law
Rosemary Egan ...
Margaret
Ellen Orchid ...
Judy
Chris Georges ...
Mark Webb
Bill Grant ...
Dad
Judith Mayes ...
Martha
Lola Ross ...
Rose Novak
Lon Freeman ...
Nathan Frye
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Carol and Jonathan, a newlywed couple, move into their new house which is haunted by the ghosts of another newlywed couple who commited suicide in the house three years earlier.

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See household appliances slice and dice... people!

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23 April 1986 (USA)  »

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$32,500 (estimated)
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The house used in this movie was destroyed in a fire shortly after this film was made. See more »

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When the two burglars are being attacked by the ghost the one who is attacked with the pitchfork alternated from being gagged with electrical tape to having no tape on his mouth between shots. He appears to be stifling laughter as his "guts" are torn out in one shot, though this might be an illusion due to the position of the tape. See more »

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Tony: Ann, you all right? You look like you've seen a ghost.
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Grade "Z"
12 September 2006 | by (Sleesburg, VA.) – See all my reviews

I should start by saying that "Carnage" was my introduction into Andy Milligan films. Not only are his films just terrible, but they are actually a lot of fun to watch, if you can get yourself prepared for them. "Carnage' is definitely no different. With some of the worst acting and special effects ever, I found quite a lot to like about this grade "Z" film.

The story starts with a couple living in a somewhat mansion. Something terrible has happened as they both kill each other in a loving? embrace. A year passes and the house is sold to a newly wed couple. Instantly, things aren't how they should be as objects move by themselves. Things start out on the subtle side but then get worse as people start dying. Some in rather gruesome form.

This is probably the worst haunted house movie ever made. The objects that move around are obviously used by strings and the sort. But that isn't what makes the special effects so bad. There is a few scenes that are in question here. Example: two burglars brake into the basement of the house in the middle of the night. When weird things start happening, one of the burglars starts climbing out of a window. An axe floats towards his hand and hits him with just the handle. Magically, his hand falls off in a bloody mess. Also, a scene where a priest is running out of the house and a butcher knife hits him in the shoulder, the next scene the butcher knife is in his head. This is the type of silliness you see in the movie.

The acting is pretty boring. I don't know if this is the actors fault as they weren't given much to work with and let's face it, Andy Milligan is just not a good director. Anyone acting under his directing is not going to exactly shine. It is this problem that makes the movie mostly slow and uninteresting if you aren't ready for it.

Altogether, this was a bad movie. It doesn't mean it wasn't fun, it was just bad. It is the type of film you get some friends together with and watch to crack jokes with. 6/10


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