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  • Actors: Nikki Deloach, Stephen Colletti, Anabella Casanova, Ross Britz, Terry Kiser
  • Directors: Griff Furst
  • Writers: Griff Furst, Eric Miller, Jake Kennedy
  • Producers: Brad Southwick, Charlotte Gabler, Daniel Lewis, Ewerhard Engels
  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Screen Media
  • Release Date: April 12 2011
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • ASIN: B004JR3OTY
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Mask Maker

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Needed a Face Lift Nov. 21 2011
By R. Schultz - Published on
Format: DVD
This film seemed to have a bit of potential at first. It was obvious it was going to be a rehash of a lot of the old Leatherface clichés, but Nikki DeLoach's good humor was infectious and the couple launching off on their new life in the isolated old house was likeable. So I was ready to overlook the townsfolk with secret knowledge of the house's dangerous past - the gathering of frolicsome young people at the house, ready to be picked off by the killer while they were in the act - and all the other formulaic plot elements that the "Scream" series does such a good job satirizing.

But then things got really dreary. Leatherface, Michael Myers, and all the other killers in that tradition might have seemed almost superhuman in their ability to rebound. But the key word with them was "almost." They might be inexorable, but it was still possible, however remotely, that they could be representing real people. A viewer could justify the time spent watching these films with the "based on a true story" rationale. After all, Ed Gein was a real person who really did drape himself in human skin.

But the killer in this film seems to rise from the dead. He emerges from a mishmash of supernatural shenanigans. So there's no way I could feel I might learn anything about the heart of true evil by watching this film. And so it lost me.

"Mask Maker" is well-photographed and has a few scary moments. But over all, it's a false-face.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Entertaining Slasher with elements of Other Well known films Nov. 3 2011
By Slasher Diva\ Dayna Newman - Published on
Format: DVD
Mask Maker starts off with a flash back of something traumatic that happened years before in a barn next to the main house but we don't really learn about the real story until Jennifer and Evan move in to the house years later when Jennifer finds and reads a journal and as she reads it we go to more flash backs..Jennifer and Evan get the house,barn and 40 acres for 10.000 dollars and feel so fortunate that they got such an amazing deal and better yet the house is filled with pricey antiques ,they are about to find out nothing good comes cheap.
There were so many similarities between this and Friday The 13th part 2 and the house looks just like the one from the remake of the Texas Chainsaw massacre.
There is even a scene very reminiscent of the scene where Jason falls face first onto a machete in F-13th part 4.
I liked it because the story was pretty cool and the killer lurks around very Jason Voorhees/Michael Myers style and is very creepy.His face at first is bandaged because of some kind of skin Condition he had as a child.
The new owners invite two other couples for the weekend and one by one they go missing "of course" gotta love the slasher formula.
As each is killed the killer takes the skin from their faces and puts it over his, very Leather Face -esque..The kills and effects were good and not over done,it's the kind of semi gore you would see in a Friday the 13th film nothing over the top,that's why it had an old school feel to me.I give it 3 and 1/2 stars and would watch it again.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
mask maker Aug. 18 2011
By A. Szarka - Published on
Format: DVD
A guy buys a house for his girl and there friends come to celebrate. Then they die by some masked guy who reminds you of leather face from Texas C. The deaths were alright and the storyline was good enough. His masks were basically the faces of whoever he killed which is easy to get in general. Plus they do show the backdrop to who this killer is and why everything is happening, so it was fun to watch this C horror film but don't rush out to buy it.
Furst is improving, but he's not quite there yet. April 13 2013
By Robert Beveridge - Published on
Format: DVD
Mask Maker (Griff Furst, 2010)

Poor Stephen Colletti. The guy should fire his agent. First, he shows up in a Griff Furst movie. Then, the next year, he lands a part in Kill Katie Malone (q.v.). That he still has a career at all is down to his role in the TV series One Tree Hill. And to be fair, Mask Maker, while silly and derivative, is not as bad a movie as Kill Katie Malone; Griff Furst tends to be a director who gets attached to scripts without a single original idea in their collective head, but he does competent work with what he gets (and he's improved tremendously since the last feature of his I saw, the ridiculous Asylum mockbuster I Am Omega).

Plot: mirroring at least a dozen other stupid slasher movies you've seen over the course of your life (or maybe a dozen you've seen in the last month), Mask Maker gives us the tale of a couple of college students, Evan (Colletti) and Jennifer (Love and Other Drugs' Nikki Deloach). Both are adrift, but have found each other; their relationship is long-standing, we are to gather from the opening scenes, but has never been stable. Evan, in an attempt to stabilize things, buys them a house--a mansion, really, an old plantation house he got an incredible deal on (in the way of college students, he never stopped to think about the ridiculous property taxes he will be responsible for come next April). A bunch of their friends appear in order to party, and unfortunately they all discover that the house was so cheap because it houses an undead, and seemingly unkillable, serial killer with horrible facial deformities who gets his moniker from his penchant for skinning the skulls of his victims and using their faces as masks.

On the other hand, the fact that it is a dead-generic supernatural slasher film that is relatively predictable means that if you're in the mood for this kind of thing and you've exhausted your personal library, you could do worse (a lot worse, actually) than Mask Maker. Don't go in expecting anything but a generic slasher film and you'll have a good enough time with it. The problem is, most people will go in at least expecting some sort of original content. So let this review serve as a kind of gateway: this is a turn-your-brain-off-and-enjoy-the-ride movie. I'm impressed with Furst's progress as a director, and if he keeps going at this rate we may get something really good out of him in a few years. **
Kiosk Rating <1 Nov. 19 2011
By G. Teslovich - Published on
Format: DVD
None that I can think of. Really, I'm trying.

(1.) Cheap, e.g. starting with no subtitles or special features. Acting experience/filmography for the most part consists of shorts, TV videos which is typical of cheap and quick almost made for TV productions. Cheap costume store style face masks and usual cheap knife/hatchet effects stabbings.
(2.) Not creative (you've seen this storyline so many times), time worn college students in a remote farm. The usual Native burial (never explained why) and the usual some sort of illicit child grows up to cause some bodily harm to some really dumb acting students. The usual towns folk have a secret about the previous occupant of the farm house which was, thinking she was a witch, they killed her with a Native spear (never explained why). One person survives, as usual, and we think the bad grown up child person is dead - but not really. Time for a cheap money making sequel.
(3.) The face mask has been done before and is anatomically/physically impossible for a variety of reasons so it loses some credibility points there. Besides they were't even scary. Unlike the superior SAW they didn't even bother to show much other than one time pulling a rubber mask off of a person to make it look like it was real.

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