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In the small town of Stone Cove, Maine, deputy sheriff Dwayne Hopper is on the night shift at the police station. He discovers that one of the prisoners in the holding cell is Ronald Perkins, a local pharmacist and a suspect in the disappearance of 14 children over the past 10 years, including Hopper's young son. Interrogating Perkins, Hopper learns that the mad pharmacist has built an army of 14 people brainwashed through cult-like methods to protect him from Perkins' parents' killers. Investigating, Hopper and the police unwittingly unleash his followers on the small town, and a night of terror beings as the 14 super-strong, zombie-like warriors wreck havoc with only one thing on their mind: "Kill for Mr. Perkins." Written by
What starts as a very interesting premise, dealing with a pharmacist and the kids he's brainwashed into mindless killing machines, is hamstrung by terrible execution and shoddy acting. At the beginning I was intrigued but as the movie wore on I found my Interests waning exponentially, hoping that the film would just end already. When the end finally came it didn't even cause me a sigh of relief that the whole awful movie was over, but rather more mad that I ever watched it in the first place. The ending, be that as it may, was simply atrocious. Yeah who would've thought there would be an awful '8 films to die for' movie? (that's sarcasm by the way )
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