The opening scenes were filmed on the last couple of days of shooting. See more »
When Jack strikes Officer Watts, the sword bends as it bounces off him showing that it is made of rubber. See more »
[rolls down window]
Good morning, officer. Is something the matter?
That's exactly my question for you.
Where did everyone go?
Ugh, I'm sorry.
[juts head against the seat]
I had a few last night and I didn't wanna drive so I just slept it off here.
This is a pretty rough side of town, ma'am.
I know. You're right. I'm stupid sometimes. Stupid alcohol.
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A serial killer, nicknamed Basement Jack because of his penchant for hiding out in his victim's basements before killing them, is released and returns to the small town of Downer's Grove to continue his massacre and finish off the one victim who was able to escape is slaughter years before.
This film desperately tries to be a throwback to 80's slasher films, but it is too slow-paced and padded with the killer's backstory that it commits the worst crime a slasher film can: it becomes boring. The pace does pick up in the end and there are some ambitious attempts at heavy gore; however, it is extremely fake looking and some is obviously CGI. However, the director is able to create some nice atmosphere is spots and, despite the fake looking gore, the film looks great. In the end, though, this is nothing you haven't seen before and it has been done much, much better.
FrightMeter Grade: D+
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