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The Hook-Armed Man (2000)

Lou is the Hook-Armed Man, the bloody stalker of urban legend. Night after night he terrorizes teenage lovers in the woods. But he's tired of the killing and the maiming. He goes to a job ... See full summary »

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Vincent Riotta ...
Lou (as Vincenzo Ricotta)
Anne Evans ...
Job Counselor
Andy Kallok ...
Gas Station Manager
Stephan Lokotsch ...
Security Guard
Elizabeth Barris ...
Hooker
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Gloved Man (as Osman Soykut)
Jason Shoff ...
Drunk Man
Lorraine Kenyon ...
Young Couple #1
Joseph M. Kaiser ...
Young Couple #1
Emily Burton ...
Young Couple #2
James Rota ...
Young Couple #2
Jenny Park ...
Young Couple #3
Airin Older ...
Young Couple #3
Jan Dalton ...
Older Couple
Fred Witt ...
Older Couple
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Lou is the Hook-Armed Man, the bloody stalker of urban legend. Night after night he terrorizes teenage lovers in the woods. But he's tired of the killing and the maiming. He goes to a job counselor, looking to redeem himself in a new vocation - if only he can avoid falling back into bad habits. Written by Anonymous

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An awesome short film.
10 March 2001 | by (New Jersey) – See all my reviews

I had the pleasure of viewing this film, along with Greg's other work, today at the Myhalen Film Festival in Hackettstown, New Jersey. This, along with "Light in the Fridge" and "Gameday" had me laughing out loud. The story of Lou -- the Hook-Armed Man -- and his quest to break free of his tedious maim-kill-maim-kill job begins funny then gets surprisingly gory. But the added animation is great, and detracts from what could've been disturbing, making the whole film seem more light-hearted. I asked a lot of questions of the director after the film was shown; he was a really nice guy. If you see the film in your area, GO WATCH IT. And also look for "The Quarry".


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