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Seven college kids take a shortcut on their way to a party and unfortunately end up in Wormwood – a "lost" town in the middle of nowhere. They find something strange and sinister happening there- bones and weird decorations line Main Street. The cause: local Wormwood legend says on All Hallows Eve one hundred years ago, a crazed man tortured the youngsters in town and then cut off their heads. In retaliation, the townspeople killed him by cutting off his head. Seeking revenge every seven years, he returns and takes seven heads from children in the town. Now the seven visitors find themselves hunted one by one as the Headless Horseman claims his due. Each will do whatever it takes to survive.


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  • Actors: Richard Moll, Billy Aaron Brown, Arianne Fraser, Trish Coren, M. Steven Felty
  • Directors: Anthony C. Ferrante
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Millennium
  • DVD Release Date: April 29, 2008
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00116GEFC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,992 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Headless Horseman" on IMDb

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Matthew DeLuca on May 9, 2008
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This movie did in fact appear on the Sci-fi channel just a few days before Halloween last year (2007).

As a big Headless Horseman and "Legend of Sleepy Hollow" fan, I really enjoyed this movie.
I must say, that if you are solely a fan of Washington Irving's classic literary story, this movie will probably not appeal to you, because the only thing that this movie has in common with Irving's story is the Headless Horseman. The similarities end there.

As with "Sleepy Hollow", "The Hollow" and other movies, this is a new take on the Headless Horseman legend.
I must warn you, this movie is pretty bloody. If you dont enjoy seeing heads cut off, you wont enjoy it very much. lol

I enjoyed it, because I like the way that they depicted the Headless Horseman. He is cool looking and we see some new things from him that we havent before. Most people think that The Headless Horseman only rides a horse. In this movie, we get a glimpse of him on a motorcycle. Also, in another scene, the Headless Horseman actually flies briefly. I also loved the scenes where "Headless" wears a lighted pumpkin on his shoulders. It's a fantastic Halloween movie, but it can be enjoyed all year 'round.

I can do without all of that "evil" nonsense. In Irving's story, the Headless Horseman wasnt evil. A case can be made that he never even hurt anyone. He just liked to scared the heck out of the Sleepy Hollow villagers.

That is the one thing that I dont like about some of the "Headless" movies.I like to think of "Headless" as a good guy who scares others, but doesnt actually hurt anybody.

This movie has some funny scenes and the actors/actresses do a good job.
I was worried that it would be a "bust". But this movie actually is pretty good.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By a customer on May 3, 2008
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Possible Spoilers: Headless Horseman reminded me of a `Sci-fi original' movie with a slightly bigger budget and better acting (I think it was on the Sci-fi channel, actually). A group of friends are on their way to a party, when they decide to take a short cut. Their car breaks down and they end up in a small town that is overrun with sinister townsfolk, where they are picked off one-by-one by `Headless'.

Original, huh? Well, I loved every minute of this movie. Of course, I enjoy cheesy horror movies that mix horror with a little bit of humor. Some of the deaths are laughable (they use C-G blood a lot of the time!); however; overall it's just an enjoyable low budjet, sometime creepy, movie.

The actors are great too. Billy Aaron Brown is adorable as the geeky lead. Trish Coren is great and she reunites with her Boo! (another great Sci-Fi movie you should check out) costar M. Steven Felty.

Definitely recommended for all cheesy made-for-T.V. horror lovers. If you are into serious, big budget horror films then this movie is not for you.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Martin Asiner on January 11, 2009
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In HEADLESS HORSEMAN, director Anthony Ferrante takes considerable liberties with the classic short story by Washington Irving by cloaking it in a grabbag of Revolutionary War Gothicism mixed liberally with the Slasher Teen genre of countless Freddie and Jason retreads. Here, Ferrante places seven teens in a car. These teens include the usual dopy kids, geeks, drama queens, and jock heads. En route to a party, they take a short cut and wind up in an out of the way secluded town called Wormwood, a title which bears no resemblance to the famous line from HAMLET. They learn that more than two centuries ago, a psycho killer liked to lop off the heads of his victims and he continued to do so until the towns people chopped his off in revenge. But wait! Just as true evil never dies, the killer returned every seven years (minus his head) to seek new victims to decapitate. He would ride a black horse and swing various lethal edged weapons to collect his heads. By the time the teens learn all this they find out that their noggins are the true prize.

HEADLLESS HORSEMAN manages to mix some pretty macabre humor with some gross out scenes of head slicing gore. Richard Moll is the movie's only known actor as he plays a mean-spirited country bumpkin store owner who knows only too well what lies in store for the teens. One of the female leads plays a resident who surprisingly enough sympathizes with these stranded youngsters and spends most of the time walking around in a fetching short shorts and revealing blouse that make her seem like a reincarnated Elly May Clampett from the BEVERLY HILLBILLIES. The Horseman himself does far more than merely ride on his steed. He is as equally at home on a motorcycle as he is on his feet.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Only-A-Child VINE VOICE on August 31, 2010
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While better than average, "Headless Horseman" is yet another example of how the industry corrupts a genre by running winning formulas into the ground, in this case the old familial horror category. Although started by "Psycho" back in 1960, the genre did not really get going until the original "Texas Chainsaw Massacre". It combined the weird family stuff with elements from 'Deliverance" to portray backwoods American people as demented in-breds who bring their victims to a place they have turned into a slaughterhouse; insert obligatory junk yard of prior victims stuff - which in this case includes a bucket of cell phones which made little sense since later on you learn that the killings only happen for one day every seven years.

"Headless Horseman" adds in some "Wrong Turn", "House of Wax", and "Sleepy Hollow" stuff to the standard mix. Although not much of a story it does have excellent production design, about the right level of computer effects, and a cast that includes several great looking actresses.

Best of all it subtly takes the self-parody route, everything is played straight-but just enough over the top to provide some amusement value to a discerning viewer (the Candy character and Richard Moll's shopkeeper being the best examples of this). The obvious absurdities make it easy to suspend disbelief- knowing that not even a complete idiot would behave the way these characters do at times throughout the movie.

Seven college kids find themselves being systematically exterminated by a horseman from hell (who at times has a head and at other times is headless) in the backwoods of Missouri.
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