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Mask Maker [DVD]

3.2 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Actors: Nikki Deloach
  • Directors: Griff Furst
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: 101 Films
  • DVD Release Date: 5 July 2012
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0076VJ2ZK
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 58,976 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

Product Description

A young couple purchases a 19th century plantation home and invites friends up for the weekend to celebrate.

As they dig up the mystery surrounding the death of the former residents, it becomes apparent that the plantation home s former owners have not left and the unlucky youths suddenly find themselves running for their lives!

Review

"This film is for those who love the horror sub-genre of slashers. This film proudly puts its foot in the macabre; the foot prints left behind are dripping wet and very bloody. Overall: 6.75 out of 10 (good acting, good mythos, did not step out of the mold very much and in the end, entertaining)" --28DaysLater.Com

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For a straight to DVD and Bluray movie this is very good, a quality oldschool style story that reminds you of something out of the 80s or early 90s, very well directed with a good budget and a nice cast of decent actors! There is some good oldschool blood and gore and nice looking make-up effects, the killer is pretty cool and its not all in the dark like most horror movies which was good and you get to see the killer in the light and its all pretty decent scares too as the tension and story unfolds at a good pace! I think a good effort has gone into making this a modern cult classic and quite a fresh horror gem, certainly the best in a while, really worth a watch and worthy of five stars.
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First off if you don't like cliches don't even bother watching this it's full of them but considering I like a good old school slasher it's right up my alley.
The story essentially starts with a scene where a french speaking witch (so I assume its based in New Orleans) impales a baby with a staff during a ritual she is subsequently killed by a man. Years later a young couple, Jennifer and Evan who buy a house and 40 acres of land for a bargain which they intend to renevate and sell off. Jennifer finds the house is full of valuable antiques and becomes interested in the history meanwhile Evan finds a graveyard at the back of the house and one grave has the staff that we saw in the beginning of the movie fixed into the ground. Evan being a moron pulls out the staff and awakens the Mask Maker, who is later through a series of flashbacks and diary readings revealed to be the deformed bastard son of the plantation owner and one of the servants who is also the witch we see performing the ritual at the beginning. It is then revealed that he saw his mother killed and now brought back from the dead by voodoo seeks revenge. To cover his facial deformaties which we never fully see but get glimpses of (I love things that are left to the imagination) he kills Jennifer and Evan's friends, who come over to help renovate the place and wears their faces as a mask. A local man who turns out to be the father of the baby used as a sacrifice and the man who killed the Mask Maker and his mother comes over to the house for a final showdown and provides a very good ending.
All in all I'm very pleased with this film the effects are good and it's nice and violent.
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I quite enjoyed this film. Having read some of the negative reviews maybe I came into the film without any expectation.

It starts off with a couple moving into a large house with secrets. There are so many clichés in this film that I lost count and it is very predictable but I generally liked the plot. The killer basically kills people and steals their faces wearing them as masks. I do find it hilarious that when other people think they are talking to their dead mate when its actually the killer is wearing their face as a dodgy looking mask as if you wouldn't notice.

Some decent actors in this like Treat Williams and Michael Berryman.

It's not Oscar winning nor is it boring. It's just a fun predictable horror with a slightly different storyline.

No extras on the DVD
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The only 101 film I actually bought. The rest of the 101 film production films are not worth watching let alone buying. Look on the back dvds for the company who release films. Buy 101s at your peril.
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I know they remade Friday 13th, but Mask Maker feels almost like they've remade the remake. Seriously, `modern' slasher films, i.e. those with a - seemingly - indestructible undead serial killer have been around for nearly forty years, yet, in that time, film-makers don't seem to have been able to come up with anything more inspiring that `teenage couples have sex and die.' If any couple partakes in pre-marital sex, you can write them off the cast list (same goes for any nudity at all).

Mask Maker is about your average undead serial killer, stalking a load of annoyingly-attractive American teens in a big house two of them have recently bought. There are attempts at explaining why he's undead, but it doesn't really matter. His `gimmick' is that he doesn't really have a face and he rips off victims' faces and uses them as his own (didn't they do that in Texas Chainsaw?). It's worth noting that if you're wearing an ill-fitting, blood-soaked, torn-off mask of someone, all your friends will instantly think you're really them and not bother asking questions until you've hacked them to bits.

Talking about hacking people to bits, the death scenes are particularly uninspiring. Yes, there's a bit of blood, but nothing very original.

It's predictable too. No major plot surprises here. The clichés come thick and fast, especially with the `locals who always know something' about the horror that is to come.

Basically, if you're into films with undead killers stalking dumb teens, just stick to Friday 13th. It may be a little old by now, but it's still better than this.

Oh, and if you're thinking of buying a property, get your solicitor to check that no psychotic undead serial killers aren't buried somewhere on the premises. If you find out there are, I recommend returning to the estate agents and looking for somewhere else.
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