Slave traders bring back an evil voodoo entity that is accidentally freed by the Confederate army during the Civil War. The entity possesses the bodies of the dead soldiers to create an ...
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Slave traders bring back an evil voodoo entity that is accidentally freed by the Confederate army during the Civil War. The entity possesses the bodies of the dead soldiers to create an army of its own bent on conquest, using the corpses of both the North and South.Written by
This film has been released under four different titles: "The Lost Brigade," "Ghost Brigade," "Grey. Knight" and "The Killing Box." See more »
The two cuts differ in many ways: The director's cut ('Grey Night') is ten minutes longer. The two cuts have very different beginnings: 'Grey Night' begins with Civil War era photos and music, while 'The Killing Box' begins with a text intro explaining the military term "the killing box" and then a sepia-toned flashback of the first massacre at the creek. See more »
A strange mixture of horror elements that works on most levels
What at first seems like a civil war flick turns into a reasonably good horror/supernatural film with better than average production values. The strange mix of Vampire folklore, Voodoo and Zombie elements aside, The Killing Box manages to rise above many horror films and put forth a powerful anti slavery message for good measure. Definately recommeneded though unlikely to be found easily except on late night TV.
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