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A detective (Lance Henriksen) catches a deranged serial killer named "Meat Cleaver Max“ (Brion James) and watches his execution via the electric chair. However, when Max returns from the grave for revenge (through a deal he made with the devil), the detective must destroy his spirit…before Max destroys his life and family.
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Upon his execution by the electric chair, mass murderer Max Jenke or "Meat Cleaver Max" curses Detective Lucas the man responsible for his capture. Electrocuting Max however has not ended his reign of terror but given him a whole new lease of life. Max soon returns from the dead to exact his hideous revenge.
The horrors he performed before his death are insignificant compared to the circus of evil he now unleashes on the lucas family. soon not only is he losing his mind bu this house is haunted! With the help of only a jaded college professor he must make sure the next time Max gets sentenced to death, he dies. for good.
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Let's have some more blood in here...throw a couple of body parts on the stove... This is one of those great gonzo-killers-who-won't-die-even- when-they're-dead films that were so... Read morePublished on July 10 2001 by Tracy Rowan
I like this film, good actors, good story, good f/x but what isn't too good is that it is too similar to a 'NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET' films. Read morePublished on Feb. 29 2000 by James Day