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Killing Spree (1987)

  Tags: 80's, 80's Slashers, Asbestos Felt, Bruce Paquette, Courtney Lercara, Joel D. Wynkoop, Killing Spree, POS, POS movie, Raymond Carbone, slasher, Tim Ritter

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Tim Ritter
90 minutes
Asbestos Felt, Courtney Lercara, Raymond Carbone, Bruce Paquette, Joel D. Wynkoop

I got this movie in a batch of films from eBay, otherwise I would have never seen this, because once I knew it was directed by the same dude that gave us that tripe known as Truth or Dare, that the film would be a bunch of crap boy was I right.

The story is nothing original, revolving around a jealous husband that gets a hold of his wife's diary, where she writes about all the men she slept with. The husband decides to hunt the guys down and kill them, each in strange ways. Incidentally, after he killed them they all decide to come back from the dead somehow and terrorize him and his wife. How the hell they came back from the dead is beyond me.

This film is very poorly directed and acted; the budget had to have been about $300 bucks and that had to have been for all the lame make-up effects they threw together in the death scenes. The only interesting death had to have been when a man gets cut up by a ceiling fan with knifes on it, but even that was kind of lame.

They tried to fill the film with a lot of gore to make up for the misleading title, but the gore itself looks so fake and a waste of time that the film would have sucked with or without it. I would have given the movie a lower-rating if I could, but I can't. I usually give movies a rating-up for gore, but this movie was just a complete waste of my time, it deserves the 1-rating it got.

Poorly directed, acted, lame and with a predictable story. Don't waste your time on this crap.

Posted on September 6, 2010 - 1:17pm | FrighT MasteR