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The Slaughterhouse Massacre (2005)

R | | Horror | Video 28 June 2005
Marty Sickle was accused of murdering a young girl inside the slaughterhouse where he lived. Soon after, four college kids brutally hung Marty in revenge.


Paul Gagné


Paul Gagné





Cast overview, first billed only:
Stephani Wells Stephani Wells ... Mandy
Cory Nelson Cory Nelson ... Darwin
Paul Gagné ... Marty Sickle (as Paul Cagney)
Shaila Vaidya ... Stacey
Stacey Denson Stacey Denson ... Tina
Robert May Robert May ... College Teacher
Gillian Shure ... Cherry
Genevieve Howell ... Amber (as Genevieve Lee Howell)
Jeff Connell Jeff Connell ... College Student
Maurizio Rasti ... Justin (as Maurizio Farhad)
Vaedynn Orland ... Bobby
Chris Morgan Chris Morgan ... College Student
Sue Lynn Sue Lynn ... College Student
Kelly S. Hurley Kelly S. Hurley ... Naked Girl #1
Angelica Costello ... Naked Girl #2 (as Venus)


Marty Sickle was a loner who lived and worked in the old slaughterhouse where a young woman was once brutally murdered. Marty was the prime suspect, but lack of evidence kept him free, until the night that the murdered girl's boyfriend and his college buddies broke into the old slaughterhouse, hung Marty and left him for dead. Little did they know........ Written by emmaharvey90

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


Will Stacey and the gang escape the slaughterhouse and the legend of Marty Sickle?



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

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

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References The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) See more »

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Another bottom feeder.
17 October 2005 | by Ky-DSee all my reviews

Low-budget films have always been a mixed bunch, ranging from the surprisingly good (Evil Dead) to the amazingly awful (too...many...to...count). This entry along with many of it's modern brethren seem to exist somewhere near the bottom or even outside of the low-budget mythos; truly micro-budget films of disastrously poor quality. Someone make the bad man stop.

Stupid drunken youths get the idea that it would be fun to sneak into an abandoned slaughter house for some pranks, even though it's something like 30 miles from the party. The get in, an vengeful creature shows up, they die, blah blah blah...

Already you should know that the story is not a strong suit, or any of the writing for that matter. The dialogue is stilted, characters clique, scenarios are dumb; the even introduce characters that either vanish quickly or have no real bearing on the plot.

Not that it matters, as the actors are so bad no amount of writing genius could have pulled it through. Save for the fact that they are generally an attractive collection of youths there is nothing worth mentioning about them.

Production values are no better. A lame re-usage of sets is among the first things one will notice, but other things will follow. Like the bad lighting or maybe the laughable gore effects. How about the sloppy editing or the cheesy physical action in the murders. On and on it goes...

So why a 2 rating after all the bashing I've done? Well, I am a mortal male and the fare serving of nudity early in the film along with a raunchy (for an R-rated film) sex scene provided just that amount of entertainment.

In short, don't watch it.


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28 June 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Matadero 666 See more »


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$250,000 (estimated)
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4 What Its Worth Inc. See more »
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1.85 : 1
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