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Red Velvet (2008)

Not Rated | | Horror | 8 March 2008 (USA)
A man and a young woman have a chance encounter at a laundry mat which leads to a story about a birthday party where everyone has been killed by a madman in a white jumpsuit.

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A chance encounter at a laundromat between a young man and young woman turns into an afternoon lunch date. As they get to know each other, bizarre stories begin to unfold, some fact, some fiction about each other's past. Eventually, the Young Man delves into a story about a birthday party whose guests began to be systematically killed off by a maniac in a white jump suit. The Young Woman, oddly enough, becomes more and more intrigued with the tale as the mayhem mounts. Is this the beginning of a beautiful relationship or a building block leading to a day ending in madness beyond fairy tales? Written by Anthony Burns

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Forrest J. Ackerman made 112 cameos in his lifetime. Red Velvet was his last. See more »

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See this movie if you have the chance
2 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was lucky to see a screening of Red Velvet at Fear Fest 2, and I really, really enjoyed this film. The film is currently being shown around the comic/horror convention circuits. The producers stated that they then hope to have a limited theatrical release, culminating with the DVD release sometime in the Fall.

If you enjoy Argento-esquire cinematography, an eerie Goblin-esquire score, a good cast including Henry Thomas in the lead, goobery-gore ala 70's/80's slasher era, and finally a very funny dark comedic script, then you will more than likely enjoy this film.

If you get the opportunity to see this film I highly recommend you do so...you will not be disappointed.


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