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Cutthroat Alley (2003)

R | | Horror | December 2003 (USA)
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Timothy Wayne Folsome's urban horror film Cutthroat Alley features a masked serial killer who slits the throats of each of his victims in the hood of South Central Los Angeles. The film ... See full summary »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Bizzy Bone ... Chetty
Stacy Arnell ... Chetty's Girl
Janice Butler Janice Butler ... Mrs. Jacobs (as Janice Palmer)
Cisco Reyes ... Robinson 'Rob' Jacobs
Josh Watson ... Winston
Glenn Herman ... Rome
Jose Turner Jose Turner ... Bones
Mack 10 Mack 10 ... Brian Stokes
A. Ramirez A. Ramirez ... Half Pint
Hadrian Hooks Hadrian Hooks ... Chauncey (as Hadrian L. Hooks)
Marquita Joyce Marquita Joyce ... Angie
Khalida Outlaw Khalida Outlaw ... Terri Lewis
Damon Chandler Damon Chandler ... Mr. Jacobs
William Engram William Engram ... Gil (as William 'Poon' Engram Jr)
Clabron Hinkles Clabron Hinkles ... Gil's Boy #1
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Timothy Wayne Folsome's urban horror film Cutthroat Alley features a masked serial killer who slits the throats of each of his victims in the hood of South Central Los Angeles. The film turns when it seems as if someone is out to murder the murderer. Written by Perry Seibert, Rovi

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Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence, language, some sexuality and drug use | See all certifications »

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USA

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English

Release Date:

December 2003 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Barnholtz Entertainment See more »
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Color
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Featured in Satanic (2006) See more »

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Don't Front Me
Performed by 2 Da Groove
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I feel used and abused...
8 October 2006 | by Jane FlamESee all my reviews

For a laugh, some friends and myself decided to rent this movie, tag line "Scream meets Boyz In Da Hood". We watched it. Prior to this night, my worst film ever was Jeepers Creepers. This has now been bumped down to 2nd place by Cutthroar Alley. This piece of Ghetto Oscar nominated fecal matter is a prime example of why certain people should for health and safety reasons stay away from cameras and digital filming equipment.

This film should be banned. My eyes are forever scarred by the 2hours that we had to endure. I shall never get these hours back. I am currently seeking counselling. My friends are all dead inside.

The filming is abysmal, a blind man could edit better and as for the Casio 808 soundtrack with free appearances from rappers who never made it, what else can be said. And worst of all, is the propaganda on websites from obvious family members who say that this film is da bomb. Call po po please for these fools! I am a film buff, i know a bad film when i see one, i grew up in the 80's, I endured films like Fright Night, Prom Night, Swamp Thing, Return of the Living Dead, Critters 2, Ghoulies, and Last House on the Left. This film makes those look like insightful documentaries, worthy of Oscars and Sundance Festival Awards.

Do yourself a favour...never see this film...

Here Endeth the lesson!!


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