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Urban Massacre (2002)

The hottest underground Hip Hop group, Tha Supanatchralz, Ivory, Krumbsnatcha, Remedy, Dia, Baby Sham have a killer in their midst. Bodies are dropping all around them and nobody knows why.... See full summary »

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Pam Jackson (as La La)
Baby Sham ...
Terrence
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Cita ...
Teola
D-Don ...
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Daisha
G-Flex ...
Don Kassanova
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Guru ...
Cereal Killah
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Chronic (as Jermaine Hopkins)
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Eyan
Rosario Maria ...
Claudio Falsetto
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Jamal
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The hottest underground Hip Hop group, Tha Supanatchralz, Ivory, Krumbsnatcha, Remedy, Dia, Baby Sham have a killer in their midst. Bodies are dropping all around them and nobody knows why. When Tha Supanatchralz uncover the crazed slasher is a clown, they must hunt him down. But... will they be his next victims? Written by Travis

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Hottest Urban Independent Film in years!

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Crime | Drama | Horror

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Urban Delight
1 January 2003 | by (East Coast, USA) – See all my reviews

Raging Nation Films has come out with movie #3, and each one just gets better and better! This is a movie full of laughs and suspense that will make you sit up on the edge of your seat until the very end. Don't watch this flick thinking it's going to be "Citizen Kane" or "Casablanca", classics to be sure, but rather dry and stuffy films full of people filling their stereotyped gender and race roles. "Urban Massacre" is one of the best of a new genre, a genre of movies about and in the middle of the hip-hop culture. Grab on to this new wave while you still can, because soon this film will be a "classic" in its own right!


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