I don't think this qualifies as a body count movie as there aren't that many characters to bump off. Can't say it is a scare-fest either as it isn't scary or suspenseful at all for most of the proceedings. Lets call it: Horror lite.
There is some on-screen violence, nothing graphic or gory. If you are expecting tons of hysterical screaming coming from the would-be-victims as the title implies, you will be disappointed. It was only after I gave it some thought I realized why the movie is called DAY OF A 1000 SCREAMS.
As expected in micro-horror movies, mostly amateur acting from the cast, including the more seasoned cast members: Lucien Eisenach & Reuben Rox. Only Cara Mattern as the screamer of the group impresses.
Despite a trite plot (newswoman and others stalked by madman in the woods), this has a somewhat likable cast, unexpected funny moments, it moves at a very brisk pace, and features some interesting editing and camera work.
Reportedly they ran out of money before completing it properly. By no means what I would call a good Horror movie. Not the worst either. It was a little different. Definitely not your typical Slasher movie.
The end credits promise a sequel featuring zombies and bloodier deaths. I for one, will be looking forward to it.