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Bloody Murder


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Product Details

  • Actors: Jessica Morris, Peter Guillemette, Patrick Cavanaugh, Crystalle Ford, Michael Stone
  • Directors: Ralph E. Portillo
  • Writers: John R. Stevenson
  • Producers: Ralph E. Portillo, Jamie Elliott, Marc Bienstock, Marc L. Greenberg, Richard Goldberg
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Universal Music Group
  • Release Date: Aug. 21 2001
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004UE5V
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #110,549 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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The terrifying legend of Trevor Moorehouse, a masked figure who wields a chainsaw instead of a left hand, is behind this frightening game of Hide and Seek played on the first night of camp every year. But this year, and underlying sense of terror is lurking in the minds of the campers and counselors. And thrills by a campfire soon turn into the counselors' worst nightmares as they begin to disappear, one by one, blood-curdling screams and the roar of a chainsaw are the only sounds in the isolated woods and the remaining counselors must scramble to solve the mystery before becoming the killer's next victim.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Guido on July 10 2004
Format: VHS Tape
In so many words, "Bloody Murder" is Friday the 13th with a Scream twist.
Right from the beginning you can tell this movie is going to copy Friday the 13th, just look at the cover. Camp counselers are setting up camp while waiting for the children to arrive, however instead of Jason Voorhees doing the killing it's supposedly a man named Trevor Moorhouse. Bloody Murder pretty much steals everything from Friday the 13th, even the senile old man who warns the counselers that thy're all "DOOMED"
The only difference between this movie and Friday the 13th is the fact that we don't know who the killer really is and that is much like "Scream"
So, if you've seen a ton of horror movies like I have and you just need a fix maybe you'd consider renting it, however I wouldn't suggest buying this cheap carbon copy of other great horror movies.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Cook on July 8 2004
Format: DVD
Well, if you are looking for a serious horror film... DON'T WATCH THIS MOVIE. The acting is bad, the gore is horrible, the blood looks fake and the movie basically has a story line that has been used... about 10 times (Friday The 13th 1-10).
But, if you want a laugh.. this is worth checking out. You may get a little aggravated with the bad acting and the "it's Trevor Moorhouse" refernces. A tad bit overdone. The plot fails to tell you who he is, where he comes from, why he is killing, et etc. Trevor also turns out to be some little 5' 10" 180lb masked squirt with a chainsaw instead of a left hand (UM, EVIL DEAD 2?!?).
Anyways, watch part 2 instead. Almsot the same storyline.. better gore, blood, acting,story, etc.
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By Jeffrey Leach on Aug. 30 2003
Format: DVD
Ripping off a popular film is nothing new. Hollywood does it all the time in any genre where a popular film draws an audience. What I do not understand are films like "Bloody Murder." Why does a slasher flick plagiarizing "Friday the 13th" arrive on the scene twenty years after Jason Voorhees made his entrance into the popular consciousness of the movie going public? Even worse, why does it look like this car wreck? What motivated a group of people to sit around and come up with what is arguably one of the lamest horror films in cinematic history? You certainly will not get any answers from director Ralph Portillo, who had the gall to do a commentary track for this ridiculous film about a group of young airheads working at a summer camp. "Bloody Murder" is a bloody mess of a movie that serves only to severely alienate horror fans.
The basic plot, and it is basic because no one associated with this crime possesses the ability to create anything decent, involves Camp Placid Pines. Apparently, this summer camp suffered a series of grisly murders many years ago at the hands of one Trevor Morehouse, a rather lonely chap who runs around the woods in a mask while wielding a chainsaw or any other sharp object he gets his grubby hands on. The introductory scene shows Morehouse in action as he chases a guy through the woods with a chainsaw that, although it makes the sound of an operating chainsaw, has blades that do not move. Flash forward a few years to the present, when Camp Placid Pines brings in a new batch of wannabe counselors with the intention of setting up camp activities before the kiddies arrive. The co-ed group includes the star of our movie, Julie, played with mind numbing banality by Jessica Moore.
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Format: DVD
From the depths of summer slasher flicks arises Bloody Murder, a film that has been touted both as trademark infringement and as a boring spectacle but, in actuality, is neither. Instead, it is something of a fun-loving oddity, one that doesn't immerse the screen in blood, nudity, and a sometimes sensible plotline, and that seems drawn into jovial moodswings because of the things other movies before it have done. While there is indeed a killer running rampant with a hockey mask and a chainsaw without a working blade/garden claw/yard dart set/other utensils, it was meant to be a mockery of those wonderful traditions that brought us our Sleepaway Camps, Friday the 13ths, and so many others. Even the campground they are at, Placid Pines, echo that mentality.
The story begins with tales of Trevor Moorehouse, the local campground bogeyman, and the feats of horror he has inflicted upon the populous. Still, our instructors laugh these bits of folklore off, looking forward to having the time of their lives as most local people do - working through the generations at camp Placid Pines. When our initial five arrive upon the scene, they are greeted by four others - a boss, two people they don't know, and another they seeming hate - and everything seems like a funfilled experience. That all changes, however, when they decide to play a little game of "it" they call Bloody Murder one night and the people, one by one, begin disappearing throughout the days.
If you are someone that requires more than a "who done it" mixed into your almost bloodless Bloody Murder, you might want to simply rent this film and not take your chances. Still, if you do like your bodies cold, your campgrounds desolate, and your
humor a little violent, its well worth a look.
To note, the DVD is a bit barren but does have a feature allowing you to skip to any death, amusing me to no end in the process.
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