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The Bucks County Massacre

1.8 out of 5 stars 63 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

A group of friends get together for a 25th birthday party at a remote house in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. After someone goes missing and the police search the premises to no avail, the remaining party-goers are left to wait until morning. With virtually no cell phone reception and no land line, the situation escalates when one frantic friend takes matters into his own hands and ventures off in the woods to find his girlfriend. What they don't know is that someone or some thing is hunting them one by one.


DVD Special Features:
-Audio Commentary
-Behind the Scenes
-Early Short 'Jitters'
-VFX Design Featurette


Special Features

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Product Details

  • Actors: Nicole Belle, Zackary Kresser, Dan Kellmer, Brittany Geiger
  • Directors: Jason Sherman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Brain Damage Films
  • DVD Release Date: September 25, 2012
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008B9189E
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #203,542 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Many people on Amazon have written about their hate for this film (and/or those who made it). I, on the other hand, would like to express only sorrow. I'm sure, somewhere out there, there is a pleasant little couple sitting at home who have budgeted just enough money to rent ONE movie this week. By some quirk of fate, they choose this one. Can you imagine their sorrow, their regret, upon seeing this? So, don't hate this film, people of the internet. Instead, feel pity and sorrow for those who have paid to see it.
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What you think of this movie will depend upon what you expect going in to it. I ignored most of the comments and gave it a shot. Sure, they could have gotten to the point a little quicker. The constant screaming can get on your nerves, especially if you watch your movies with a fairly loud high end surround system!! This could easily have been a 4 star movie by making a few tweaks to the movie story line. Ijust didn't dislike it enough to make it lower than 3 stars.
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It's a hippy, basically. It looks like a long haired stoner in trashy jeans.

The rest of the movie was... Decent I guess, too much screaming and overreacting for what the monster is. I mean, they see it, and they basically admit in the movie that it looks like a man, and then they all start freaking out. Then they do absolutely nothing as the monster comes and kills them all. They literally do nothing except run when the monster comes, despite a guy grabbing a gun. It could have been decent for an amateur flick, I think, if the monster was something that was supernatural or entirely bestial, with a frightening, intimidating design. But nope. This movie absolutely DOES NOT have the suspense necessary to pull off a shoddy monster, though the director obviously thought it did. The monster absolutely needed to look frightening and/or intimidating for this movie to work. Even just plain creepy would work.

Oh, and the acting is really stilted, especially the interviews of the family and friends of the victims.
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If you are tempted to watch this movie, don't. It's slow with very little horror but huge with bad acting. Heck, not even the "creature" was scary.
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The first 35 minutes are - I kid you not - completely nothing other than kids partying. That's it. No plot development, no character development. Just a "home movie" of a typical party. It was as interesting as watching paint dry, then waiting for it to peel off the wall, then repainting, and watching THAT paint dry.

It's truly just filler footage that doesn't lend anything to the plot, introduce anything interesting, or give us any reason to think there's any tension on the horizon. Screenwriting 101 fail.

Then you are hit with the worst overreaction performance in recent c-movie, micro budget history by one character ("Rob"). He's actually an example of what they should show in acting classes as to what overacting looks like, though the director, Jason Sherman, obviously has to share the blame on this one.

The best actor and scare in this movie is the deer head on the wall in the house.

The rest of the movie is completely without any scares, or even hints of scares. And it goes downhill from there, scare-wise.

THAT is how bad this is. I hope this helps
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Scream, Scream, Scream, Scream, more Scream, The End. This was a pointless movie. First of all it was boring. The characters partied for the first 60 of 80 minutes. Then when someone goes missing everyone freaks out. My head started to ache from all the constant screaming. You do actually see the killer. It is basically a hippie minus the peace sign. Low budget kills. The only one you really see is the killer dragging one of the friends away. There is the camera man standing there filming it and what does he do? That's right... he screams. The movie is said to be a true story... I'm not buying it. The families interviewed seemed indifferent of the situation. Not a tear was shed by any of them and they talked so plainly as if they were trying to get their part done. Amazon really needs to add a choice of 0 stars.
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This is a movie with a lot of issues. In the first five minutes, I just wanted to see someone die. The acting is never believable. I keep waiting to see someone standing right out of camera range with a set of cue cards written in green crayon. A series of sequences with family & friends describing the victims falls flat. I can see how the screen writer was trying to humanize the people that were killed. But the characters are so hate able it’s hard to feel anything for them. Basically, they came to an out of the way place, got drunk, obnoxious, went off on their own, and got killed. And I’ll bet my left eye the war journalist doesn’t have any clue what Vietnam or Cambodia or Nicaragua or any place other than his backyard looks like. If you love overacting, you’ll really enjoy Rob’s reaction when his girlfriend Melissa goes missing. She probably wanted to get away from him and threw herself into the killer’s arms. At this point in the movie, I would’ve done the same. I guess I could go on about the fake looking dead bodies or the equally laughable savage that dove from the trees, but what’s the point? This is like beating a dead horse. I mean, a horse that actually looks dead.
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