Amazing slasher full of surprisingly good performances and some of Savini's best effects. One of the best of its kind.
Featuring one of the most shocking, brutal and gory Tom Savini practical effect splatter scenes ever put to film, this is a special slasher
I liked the kills in this one. Felt familiar but fresh
Everything is great, acting is cheesy but in a good way and the makeup is phenomenal
This is a darling. It is the forgotten 80’s slasher. It has good practical effects and a fun plot. Also, Young Jason Alexander is in it.
Pretty generic as far as slasher films go, but ultimately entertaining. Creative kills and cool villain. Definitely worth at least one watch
Oscar worthy performance from Jason Alexander
The best 80's slasher in My opinion. Are you a fan of the genre this is a must see.
Not the best movie in the world but if you want a fresh slasher that isn't Freddy or Jason, here you go.
Steals a lot from the year earlier released Friday The 13th. Still considered a classic, hedge clippers do make a great weapon.
A camp classic, a groundskeeper returns to camp after being horribly burned and mutilates the campers. Great Tom Savini effects.
A fantastic 80's slasher with brutal kills and a well told story. There's a lot of memorable moments, this is essential 80's horror.
Cheesy slasher. What more is there to say.
Classic 80s slasher, cheesy as all 80s horror should be
Terribly underrated slasher. Deserves to be mentioned in the same breath as Friday The 13th, Halloween, and Nightmare On Elm Street.
Disappointing considering all the hype. More interesting than a lot of 80s slashers, but not interesting enough to be engaging.
Great slasher but very by the numbers. Skip if you're looking for anything more.
A little rough around the edges, but definitely an underrated slasher
Tom Savini chose this over Friday the 13th 2 and I can see why. Inventive kills with a similar plotline, hardly as memorable but still good.
Cool slasher before the market was completely overrun. Cliche but in a good way…if you can watch it with 1980’s eyes