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The Summer of the Massacre (2006)

Based on supposedly true life events set in the English outback. Four teenagers take a shortcut across the countryside on their way home from college. They arrive in an obscure town named ... See full summary »

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(as Bryn Curt James Hammond)

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(story) (as Mark Bennett), (novel) | 3 more credits »
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Jeannette James ...
Katie
Chriss Jarratt ...
David
Amanda Formon ...
Ricky
Michael Baughan ...
Hammer Head
Jack Wilkie ...
Curt
Ben O'Brien ...
Josh
Emma Horsley ...
Judy
Russ James ...
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Based on supposedly true life events set in the English outback. Four teenagers take a shortcut across the countryside on their way home from college. They arrive in an obscure town named Blackwood where they are terrorized by notorious serial killer, Hammerhead, who hunts humans and devours their flesh. His favored tool of death is a large hammer. Written by Billy Dickson

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If looks could kill he wouldn't need a hammer! See more »

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1 November 2007 (USA)  »

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£15,000 (estimated)
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running thru the woods wearing a dollar store Halloween mask
13 November 2007 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

This movie was part of a 50 movie compilation pack from pendulum pictures called Decrepit Crypt of Nightmares. Most of the movies were pretty bad, this was actually better than most of them. Some psycho runs through the bloody English countryside wearing a cheap Halloween mask and stalks and taunts several unsuspecting blokes using his woods as a shortcut. Very basic, very visceral, obviously cheaply made but still somewhat effective on a primitive scare level. Lot of screaming and running through the woods. Not much conversation, plot development, character development etc., just wind up the psycho and have him chase bouncing busty blonds and their idiot boyfriends through the woods. Pretty good chase and fight scenes and those bouncing blonds make this an OK flick.


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