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Terrifier -- After witnessing a brutal murder on Halloween night, a young woman becomes the next target of a maniacal entity.


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Directed by
Damien Leone 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Damien Leone 

Produced by
Jennifer Castellano .... executive producer
Damien Leone .... producer
Gary LoSavio .... associate producer
Danny Pontecorvo .... executive producer
Original Music by
Zach Bourne 
Christopher M. Stark 
Cinematography by
Christopher Cafaro 
Film Editing by
Damien Leone 
Casting by
Katie Maguire 
Channing McKindra 
Production Design by
Molly Maguire 
Set Decoration by
Molly Maguire 
Costume Design by
Molly Maguire 
Makeup Department
Damien Leone .... special makeup effects artist
Molly Maguire .... hair stylist
Molly Maguire .... makeup artist
Production Management
Sean David .... production manager
Katie Maguire .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sean David .... first assistant director
Gary Lo Savio .... second assistant director
Katie Maguire .... assistant director
Sound Department
Neal Seidman .... sound recordist
Special Effects by
Damien Leone .... special effects
Camera and Electrical Department
Will Gottlieb .... gaffer
Joe Perri .... grip
Music Department
Al Kaplan .... composer: additional music
Jon Kaplan .... composer: additional music
Other crew
Gary Lo Savio .... production assistant
Zack Ryan .... production assistant

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20 min

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10 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
Good throwback to Horror Exploitation, 30 November 2011
Author: cvhoffmann from United States

My friend Daniel Rodas let me watch this film recently (He played the 'Man in Car').

And I was very impressed. The film had me engaged from beginning to end, which is not easy to do in a span of only 18 minutes.

The acting was strong, the make up was gruesomely realistic, the deaths were highly creative, and the 'Clown' was very creepy.

The story is very simple and traditional. A young woman's car runs out of gas, on Halloween night. She stops by a deserted gas station. Witnesses a brutal murder and then what follows is a horrific night of survival as the Killer (dressed in a hideous Clown costume) hunts her down to finish her off. Slaughtering anyone and everyone who gets in his way.

The attention to detail for classic B Exploitation was wonderful and quite refreshing. Everything from the grainy camera quality to the credit font to the closing shot. You see Damien Leone's passion for horror in this film quite intensely.

This film is far better than 70 percent of those stupid 'Safe' horror movies Hollywood is spitting out these days. Nice to see that Exploitation is still very much alive.

I recommend this short film to anyone who LOVES horror. And if you love Exploitation horror... then this film is DEFINITELY for you.


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