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The Final Curtain (2007)

R | | Horror | 30 June 2007 (USA)
A group of college theater students sneak into the Baxter University theater at night to initiate the 'frosh meat'. Something goes terribly wrong. The next night the same actors become ... See full summary »

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... Gus
... Eamon
Caitlin Cauchy ... Tina Marsales
... Phil Garagiola
Derek J. Dubuque ... Trevor
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Niki Huey ... Sabrina
Nathaniel Nose ... Chase Masterson
James Ohngren ... Corey
Monica Percich ... Loretta
Erin Scheiner ... Angela Watson
... Jack Strong
Bill Vincent ... Dean Masterson
Finn Wrisley ... Felix
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A group of college theater students sneak into the Baxter University theater at night to initiate the 'frosh meat'. Something goes terribly wrong. The next night the same actors become locked into the theater, each one of them has to face the consequences for their actions. Written by Erik & Jeff

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Rated R for strong horror violence and gore, drug use, language and some sexuality

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Acts of Death  »

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Cool movie if you are tired of predictable plots...
30 August 2007 | by See all my reviews

I watch strange and "under the radar" movies all the time. I have to. Most Hollywood movies in my opinion, rely on special effects rather than innovative story plots. I will be the first to agree that special effects are a great thing and a necessity for some demographics, however, if the viewer knows what is going to happen, before it happens, the sensation of true enamorement is lost.

This is why I liked this movie. Acts of Death, though probably didn't use a $20Million budget, sure was refreshing when it came to delivering the ending (not to give anything away). I would surely purchase the next movie made by Jeff Burton. Tallyho! And hey,..if Hollywood sees us spending $ on indie films,..perhaps,..just perhaps they will get the hint and start making truly great films,..like they once did.


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