is a movie starring
Patrick O'Kane, Richard Brake, and Michale Graves.
In the small town of Stone Cove, Maine, deputy sheriff Dwayne Hopper is on the night shift at the police station. He discovers that one of the prisoners in the holding cell is Ronald ...
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David Clayton Rogers
In the small town of Stone Cove, Maine, deputy sheriff Dwayne Hopper is on the night shift at the police station. He discovers that one of the prisoners in the holding cell is Ronald Perkins, a local pharmacist and a suspect in the disappearance of 14 children over the past 10 years, including Hopper's young son. Interrogating Perkins, Hopper learns that the mad pharmacist has built an army of 14 people brainwashed through cult-like methods to protect him from Perkins' parents' killers. Investigating, Hopper and the police unwittingly unleash his followers on the small town, and a night of terror beings as the 14 super-strong, zombie-like warriors wreck havoc with only one thing on their mind: "Kill for Mr. Perkins."Written by
After All The Boys Love Mandy Lane another great movie with surprisingly plots came from Hollywood. Let me first say that Patrick O'Kane gives a great performance as a copper to found out what happened to his kidnapped kid. Another great performance by the serial killer Richard Broke. What a face he has, casting excellent. The way his face has been lightened, the use of light and shadow in other scene's, the use of editing for example the scene with felicity in the toilet, man, this is perfeclty done in an arty way, luckily it never becomes arty farty. The script is great too, for me there are two films in one, first part, the story of the serial killer, second part, story of his victims. And when you think everything is okay than you get smashed in the face from the plot twists. It became time that some independent film makers in the states made some gems like this and Mandy Lane. The effects are great too, the blood and the gore is explicit. Starting as a suspense who-done-it, turning over in a zombie flick is perfectly done. I've seen the full uncut, be sure to catch that one 'cause I can guess know what will be cut out. I'm not a big zombie freak but this one surely got me.
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