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Severed (2002)

R | | Horror | Video 5 March 2002
A ritualistic serial killer is beheading victims all over a city, and those surrounding the case are pulled into his world as they try and stop him.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Reh ...
Blake
Vanessa Sanchez ...
Evangelina
Mark Harris ...
Detective Miller
Nehemiah ...
The Baron
Marie Samples ...
Corvette Girl
Michael Wilson ...
First Victim
David Jackson ...
Cop 1
Scott Lewis ...
Cop 2
Dan Tovall ...
Cop 2 Corpse
Trena Kirkland ...
News Reporter
Malcolm Spears ...
Captain Barnes
Ken Porter ...
Bail Bondsman
Jeff Simmons ...
Earl McGraw
Tim Card ...
Street Victim
Antwan Mills ...
Crime Scene Cop
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A ritualistic serial killer is beheading victims all over a city, and those surrounding the case are pulled into his world as they try and stop him.

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Rated R for violence/gore

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No voodoo gods were harmed during the making of this film. See more »

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Night Club Beat
Written by Candis Green
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Funny, but I don't think it was supposed to be!
11 January 2004 | by (Ely, England) – See all my reviews

I received a free copy of this movie from the director back when I used to run a movie review website. I actually enjoyed watching it, because it was free. However, crap acting and not being able to hear most of the dialogue did tend to p*** me off. Poor lighting throughout was another negative (actually not being able to hear or see it did have some appeal). There was one piece of decent acting however and I can't remember the guys name (and I'm not about to watch it again to get it) but the guy in the morgue was pretty good. So, if you get a free copy from the director, be happy and have a few laughs at it. Otherwise, don't waste your time or money.


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