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HAUNTEDWEEN
1991 / Horror
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Directed by Doug Robertson
Written by Doug Robertson and Kurt A. Swauger
Starring Brien Blakely, Blake Pickett, Ethan Adler, Leslee Lacey and Brad Hanks

Twenty years ago a deadly accident forced Eddie Burber from his home. Since Eddie was younger he wanted to be part of the family business "The Burber Haunted House." A note is placed on the local Fraternity giving permission to use the old house as a fund-raiser. While the students prepare the house, they soon are hunted down and placed in the Haunted House for amusement. One thing is for sure. Nobody knows it really happening - People are dying, and people are laughing.

The following tags are associated with this movie: slasher, halloween
HauntedWeen (1991)
Review by Michael Mahoney

7 / 10
This is why I watch obscure horror. While not necessarily a gem, this early 90's slasher really made up for the not-so-great movies I've seen recently. While the budget is clearly low, and many of the kills uninspired, I certainly got the feeling that this Kentucky-based slasher had heart. That being said, as I'm a fan of virtually 3/4's of the slashers from 1975 to 1995, that likely doesn't surprise anyone.

I've wanted to see this for a few years now, and I'm just happy I'm not disappointed. The nudity was ample enough to warrant a plus in that department. The kills, while at first, not great, got better, and toward the end, I was quite happy with what I witnessed. The story, while lacking, wasn't as big a factor, as few people really watch slashers for the story.

If you're a slasher fan in particular, this may well be worth watching. I did see that after the credits, "Coming Soon... Hauntedween II" rolled across the screen. Sadly, this looks like it never happened, as it'd have been a hoot to see. The acting here was pretty bad, on one last note - one of the characters has a terrible accent that really grates on you. After a while, though, you start to love the guy. As for other characters, they're nothing special. Still, this was a pleasure to see, and if this ever comes out on DVD (which, after twenty some years, looks like it has), I'm definitely picking it up. 7.5/10 (rounded down to 7/10 to fit site's format).
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