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Slaughterhouse of the Rising Sun (2005)

Plagued by terrifying visions on the set of her latest film, Jennifer is forced to drop out of the spotlight and check in to a mental institution. After being stranded in the desert ... See full summary »

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Jennifer
Vin Crease ...
Damon Grey
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Violence Onelove
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Sabbath Jones (as Heather Justine Thomas)
Ryan Rogoff ...
Guilty Karma
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Westy Westerman
Michael Schuster ...
Doc Warlock
Thomas Wheatley ...
Dr. Denver
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Robert Lewis
Chris Garnant ...
Bertram Lewis
Karl Anderson ...
Randy Andrews
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Young Jennifer
Wendee Cole ...
Jennifer's Mother
Klaus Aton Graahl ...
The Man in the Flat Top Hat
Sheilah Grenham ...
Cassandra Locust
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Plagued by terrifying visions on the set of her latest film, Jennifer is forced to drop out of the spotlight and check in to a mental institution. After being stranded in the desert following her release, Jennifer seeks shelter with a nomadic band of rebels. Written by morroviolet

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Sometimes people are more interesting when they're dead...

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Comedy | Horror

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Rated R for violence/gore, a scene of strong sexuality, some nudity, drug use and language | See all certifications »
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27 September 2005 (USA)  »

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Masacre al amanecer  »

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$400,000 (estimated)
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Waste of time
25 August 2006 | by (Armenia) – See all my reviews

This movie is bland.

It has neither gore, nor sex, nor scares, nor comedy or suspense. Nothing at all. Just one "hand-grabs-shoulder" type of cheesy stuff.

And contrary to claims by other viewers, it doesn't even remotely approach classics like Evil Dead, TCM, Dawn of the Dead and so on.

The story is laughable.

About 1/2 way through, the movie abruptly shifts gears and focuses on the "house".

And where did the movie title come from?

Not recommended -- go watch Fulci instead.


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