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A group of teens take a small charter boat to an isolated island for one last party and to say their goodbyes before college. They have no idea that a convicted serial killer has escaped from the Maximum Security Prisons Death Row, taking cover on the very same island. With no working cell phones, no weapons and no way off the island, they must fight to survive as the Butcher picks them off one by one.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Timothy Woodward Jr., Melissa Lukon, Shaun O Rourke, Kristina Sipes, Brent Lovell
  • Directors: Charles Stewart Jr.
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Full Screen, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Anthem Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: February 9, 2010
  • Run Time: 77 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002YJCT7M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #245,782 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Butchered" on IMDb

Customer Reviews

He doesn't strip and torture his victims like he did during the opening credits.
The Movie Guy
This isn't the best horror film you'll ever see, and I'd guarantee it isn't the worst one either.
Craig Edwards
Again, the supposed high school grads look ten years older than 17 but what's new?
Michael Butts

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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Craig Edwards on March 21, 2010
Format: DVD
Butchered (2010) Despite some 21st century cars and technology, what we have here is an old school horror flick that could have been made in, say, 1979, after John Carpenter's Halloween made scarepics Big Business again, but before Tom Savini brought on the gore in Friday the 13th (1980). The story gets going with the convicted murderer called The Butcher escaping custody and picking up right where he left off. And by picking up, I mean as in sharp implements he puts to bloody use. In the meantime, while he's dodging the police and picking off a couple of victims, we meet our leads, seven high school students just graduated and about to go their separate ways. To celebrate their friendship they boat out to an island just offshore for a weekend of partying they hope will forever stay in their memories. Unfortunately for them, the Butcher just landed his stolen boat on the other side of the island, and when he gets through with them, there might just be nothing left of them but memories. All in all, this one shapes up as not bad. It's obvious this was a very low budget affair, but it moves along, clocking in at a spare 71 minutes. Probably the biggest problem I have with the film is not in its production, but in the marketing. Calling the film Butchered and touting it as unrated on the box sets up expectations that are not so much not carried through as I'm guessing not ever planned for. Quite simply, the direction, credited to Charles Stewart, Jr, co-writer/producer Sheila Brothers, and co-writer/producer/actor Shaun O'Rourke doesn't dwell on the kills. They are quick, snappy sequences more interested in eliciting a jump from the audience than a grab for the barf bag.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on July 1, 2011
Format: DVD
The movie starts out cleverly. A mass killer, a butcher, named "Skinner" (get it!) is on the loose. A woman goes to her home, house #9 (turn me on dead man) and her door is unlocked. She hears a noise and checks it out....and she has accidentally shut the cat into a room, something I have done 1,000 times and a few TIMES by accident. Then before the credits are done she is strung up topless and bleeding.

Once the credits are over, so is the clever stuff. The acting goes down hill as a group of kids who seem at odds with each other half the time,head off to an island for the weekend. As they pull away from the shore and get about 10 feet out they lose the proverbial phone reception, although the one boy does have a radio so he can contact his brother in an emergency.

This is no house on the island as they camp out in two man/woman tents. In a serious breach of slasher etiquette the killer (D.J. Naylor) doesn't wait until nightfall until he selects his first victim. The slasher, like all good slashers can meander faster than any scared teen can sprint. The island killings, which should have been slow and deliberate with good spacing between them was not. He doesn't strip and torture his victims like he did during the opening credits. Instead they opted to fill their 90 minutes excessively building the character of Dylan and the issues with his family, which didn't play much into slasher aspect of the film.

Parental guide: sex, f-bombs, blood, gore, nudity
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ragnar65 on September 7, 2012
Format: DVD
In Butchered 7 dopey teenagers spend their last weekend of the summer before going off to college on a nearby island to party together. Unfortunately for them a famous axe murderer who escaped from prison a few days earlier shows up on the island too. Guess what happens?

This is a terrible movie. The plot, if you can even say it has one, is so hackneyed and clichéd it's hard to believe this movie was made in 2010. The acting is not great, but I've seen much worse. The directing is paint-by-numbers. Butchered is barely over an hour long but drags on because it's so boring. The killer has no personality and only the barest back story. The actual murders are beyond dull, many of them even happen off screen. Except for some nudity and profanity this could be rated G.
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As mentioned in fellow reviewers comments, BUTCHERED harkens back to 70's slashers. There is a lot of "safe" gore and few surprises and includes a predictable final scene. My problem with BUTCHERED lies within its cliche-written and padded script that obstructs the suspense and the cast's ineffectual performances.
Again, the supposed high school grads look ten years older than 17 but what's new?
BUTCHERED isn't the worst movie I've ever seen but there are many much better.
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