Chainsaw Scumfuck (1988)

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Young men are terrorised at home by a chainsaw and shears wielding intruder.


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29 January 2014 | mrlegofan404
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| Bloody Short
Now I usually don't write reviews for films like this, but I just wanted to bring up that I am impressed by this film's visuals. It is pure 80s cheese with a dark feeling when you watch it. Enter Chainsaw Scumfuck, a movie with no plot, but who cares? It's all gore and bloody short as well. A man with a chainsaw killing off random people with shaky camera movements, yep, this is a perfect example of what true Shot On Video films used to be, since all the modern ones went mainstream and focused much on the nudity. This film has all, it's from the director of Bad Karma and Drillbit, which are not so bad short films with decent special effects and cool camera angles. This short will bring up all the laughs and wonders cause it is just so good. I like the music in this as well. Remember other Shot On Video films where they had metal music for their films?


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Short | Horror

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Release Date:

1988

Language

English


Country of Origin

UK

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