Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon
Comedy • R • 2006 • 1 hr 32 min
Really great found footage style movie, definitely makes you think differently about other movies from the genre
Dark comedy - horror. Perfect blend and very entertaining 👏
Absolutely underappreciated "masterpiece", lol... It really is such fun, great skript, great characters, selfirony at it's best!
If you love horror movies, you will love this send up of the entire genre
Was a breath of fresh air when horror was at its most stagnant
Clever metahorror, genuinely funny script, A+ performances, clearly underappreciated but very influential to genre subversions like CITW
This is such a great and original idea for a horror movie! One of the best written indie films I’ve seen in a long time.
Original, documentary-style take on the classic slasher film.
A great knowing wink to horror fans. A few genuine laughs, worth a watch for something different.
Fantastic twist on both the serial killer/slasher and mockumentary genre. Clever, tongue in cheek, high points for originality.
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