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Scarred (2005)

R | | Horror | Video 6 December 2005
Local legend has it that a woman roams the woods in search of a pretty face to replace the vacant hole where her own was brutally torn off. Tonight, a family has set-up camp in these same ... See full summary »

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Kim Hansen
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Heather Hansen
Michael Falls ...
Moonshiner
Maryanne Hruz ...
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Hanna Leigh ...
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Emily Lucas ...
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Ben Hansen
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Homeless Man (as Raymond Moses)
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Zoe (as Pia Scott)
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Trapper (as Eric Dean Turick)
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Frank Hanson
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Local legend has it that a woman roams the woods in search of a pretty face to replace the vacant hole where her own was brutally torn off. Tonight, a family has set-up camp in these same woods, and they are about to discover the story of the faceless killer is no mere campfire tale... Can they escape the violent ripping power of one's face? Written by Anonymous

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6 December 2005 (USA)  »

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La chica sin rostro  »

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Alex wipes all of the green face mask off of her face, except from a patch above her right eye. We then see Kim wipe the patch off for her. But then, when Ben and Zoe enter the tent, the green patch above her eye has reappeared. See more »

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classic horror, yet spoiled, group of people out in the woodlands, with a psycho killer, not scary in the least
1 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

I want to make my comment short like i wish this film was. Such a dragging film it's so predictable. As we wait for our killer to strike we have to go through the torture of watching unknown American actors mingle with each other, yawn! To set the tone we hear a story of the girl (killer) who has her face cut off. Unbelievably lame! We as the audience get to see the story, it's shown to us as we hear the voice over from the park ranger who tells it, it spoils the tone. Have you ever played with a camcorder, and spoofed a scary moment with your friends? It has the same dramatic effect as that. This films just continues to bore, we know what is going to happen, we just sit there and wait for it, hurry up, so we can say we've watched it. Maybe clear by now but i would NOT recommend this film,it's boring from start to finish. A horror? It nearer comedy!


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