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Faces of Schlock (2009)

Join sexy horror hostess Slutpira as she presents four tales of terror from the new generation of low-budget schlock masters.

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Izzie Harlow ...
Slutpira
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Trash (segment "Slay Ride")
George Stover ...
Dr. Schoal (segment "One Foot in the Grave")
Countess Samela ...
Lucia (segment "Blood Witch")
Josh Lively ...
Derek (segment "Mike Wuz Here")
Kert Rats ...
Juan Carlos (segment "Blood Witch")
Grim Parsons ...
Juan Domingo (segment "Blood Witch")
Monica Puller ...
Isabella / Blood Witch (segment "Blood Witch")
Cassandra Complex ...
Juana / Carla (segment "Blood Witch")
Priscilla Lee Press-On ...
Kelly
Amanda Garcia ...
Mrs. Kellysworth (segment "Blood Witch")
Floyd Plimpton ...
Telemarketer (segment "Blood Witch")
D.A. Meadows ...
Bug Man (segment "Blood Witch")
T.J. Rogers ...
Mike (segment "Blood Witch")
Zack Boyce ...
Alex (segment "Blood Witch")
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Four tales of terror: "Blood Witch": A twisted Goth girl summons a murderous seventeenth century witch to exact gory revenge on anyone who crosses her path. "Mike Wuz Here": Night shift workers at an old movie theater are terrorized by the ghost of a former employee who committed suicide in the building. "One Foot In The Grave": When a beautiful young dancer loses one of her feet due to malpractice, she uses black magic to bring the severed appendage back to life. "Slay Ride": Left behind by her family on Christmas eve, a teenage delinquent punk chick quickly becomes surrounded by murder and mayhem. Written by Charles Zimmerman

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To avoid farting, just keep repeating... they made it with camcorders...they made it with camcorders...they made it with camcorders

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The credit card used in "Mike Wuz Here" during the cocaine snorting scene was actually opened by director Justin Channell to finish funding his segment of the film. See more »

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Remake of Faces of Schlock (2005) See more »

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A Fun, and Entertaining Film
2 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Hailing from the north, four filmmakers with a passion for horror partnered up to create a film called "Faces of Schlock". The film itself is the true embodiment of Independent film, shot on a shoe-string budget with camcorders and a true film-making spirit these guys put together one hell of a good film, which can only be described as having a storytelling style made famous in Creepshow and Tales from the Crypt among others. Hitchcock it is not, and that is what makes it so great! They had fun making the film and it showed on the screen, and with a young and energetic fervor this kids from the tri-state area have begun what hopefully will become a nice long career in independent horror films.

Jason Reneau, Blogger for The Movie-Watchers Guide to the Galaxy


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