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The Spade County Massacre (2011)

Not Rated | | Horror
Years ago "The Order of Attollo" ravaged the small community of Spade County. It was through the brave leadership of Sheriff Stone Williams (Rex Sikes) that eventually brought the end to ... See full summary »


Dean Chapman


Dean Chapman (story), Kenneth Uzquiano (screenplay)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mark Mundt Mark Mundt ... Doug Porter
Rex Steven Sikes ... Sheriff Stone Williams
Shawn Monaghan Shawn Monaghan ... John Tucker
Charles Ramsey Charles Ramsey ... Captain Duffy
Brian Farr Brian Farr ... Paul Landsdale - Zorbo
Donny Polinske Donny Polinske ... Dalton Vandenburg
Dean Chapman Dean Chapman ... Ajax Remar
Kassandra Gruszkowski Kassandra Gruszkowski ... Helen Porter
Lane Boyle Lane Boyle ... Jake King
Vincent Martinez Vincent Martinez ... Vinnie
Tommy Farr Tommy Farr ... Jeff King - Zombie
Alex Gusavac Alex Gusavac ... Jeff King
Tiffany Mooney Tiffany Mooney ... Exotic dancer
Greg Johnson Greg Johnson ... Johnny
Liz Whitford Liz Whitford ... Mercy


Years ago "The Order of Attollo" ravaged the small community of Spade County. It was through the brave leadership of Sheriff Stone Williams (Rex Sikes) that eventually brought the end to the order. It was the end to a terrifying era in Spade County. Recently, several teenagers were found dead with no leads and nothing other than several bizarre pieces of evidence. The sole survivor and prime suspect Doug Porter (Mark Mundt) had suffered psychological damage and could not give an account of what happened. The Spade County Massacre, as it came to be called remained a mystery. Sheriff Stone Williams' investigation concluded the murders were committed by Charlie Zorborski, a disturbed teenager who died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Doug Porter was no longer considered a suspect by Sheriff Williams and became a free man. However public opinion feels Williams made a mistake and Doug Porter was guilty. Today, Sheriff Stone Williams searches for answers to new bizarre and grizzly ... Written by Dean Chapman

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What they didn't know was the pain has just begun.




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Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA See more »


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$10,000 (estimated)
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Color (NTSC Color)
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Rex Steven Sikes who played "Rodney" in Massacre at Central High (1976) stars as Sheriff Stone Williams in The Spade County Massacre. See more »

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Spade County
26 May 2013 | by justin WhitmanSee all my reviews

I really enjoyed watching this movie that Stars Rex Sikes as Sheriff Stone Williams and Mark Mundt as Doug Porter.

Spade County has a history with The order of Attollo, (a cult like group compose of a melting pot of characters that could be compared to the Manson family,the firefly family, from the devils rejects). The Order's history goes back many years in spade county. Now, bizarre crimes are reported in Spade County with all fingers now pointing to Doug Porter, a local man who's the outcast of Spade. Sheriff Williams,who was the town hero years ago, now too is an outcast. The Sheriff, stressed out with a low approval rating of late, cannot pull it together to solve the new crimes and seems to be the laughing stock of spade county. Doug Porter decides to finally just move from Spade County, but before he can, his world is thrust back into darkness as he must face the entire truth to what happened years ago, which is a road of death and macabre in spade county.

In a world of bad remakes that are consistently shoved down our throats. I truly enjoyed the original story of The Spade County Massacre. Its clear that the filmmakers had small budget to work with, but the acting is decent and the special effects are great. Its one of those movies, you want to keep watching, hoping it won't end.

If you enjoy old school horror movies, you will enjoy The Spade County Massacre. It pays homage to all the great horror classics without being a remake or a rip off. There are some brutal scenes in this low budget horror underground classic for the die hard horror movie lover.

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