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Product Details

  • Actors: Meredith Henderson, Nathan Stephenson, James Binkley, Robert Englund, Laura de Carteret
  • Directors: Bob Keen
  • Writers: Vlady Pildysh, Warren P. Sonoda
  • Producers: Barbara Sacks, Erin Berry, Jacqueline Kelly, Kate Harrison, Lewin Webb
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • DVD Release Date: October 31, 2006
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000H1RFV4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #348,903 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Heartstopper" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Interviews with star Robert Englund and director Bob Keen

Editorial Reviews

When Sheriff Berger (Robert Englund) executes serial killer Chambers (James Binkley) in the electric chair, it seems like it’s the end for the world’s most violent criminal – but it’s only the beginning. Chambers escapes from the hospital morgue and proceeds on a bloodthirsty rampage through the locked down hospital. Fighting alongside Sheriff Berger are young hospital patients Sara Wexler (Meredith Henderson), and Walter (Nathan Stephenson). The two youths struggle to stay alive in a hospital rapidly filling with blood, along with the help of Nurse Grafton (Laura De Carteret). Chambers’ thirst for violence grows with every gruesome murder and it becomes clear that although he relies on the souls of others to survive, he is particularly fixated on that of Sara Wexler with whom he shares an unholy bond. In a brutal showdown Chambers kills Sheriff Berger, leaving Sara and Walter to fend for themselves against the supernatural evil. Trapped in the hospital, they can only run for so long…

Customer Reviews

SPOILER: A hurricane comes and sucks him away.
Captain Insanity
Well, we think she is, anyway, mostly because the jacket copy tells us.
Robert Beveridge
I did not even get the ending or how it even tied with the killer .
Edania Ortiz

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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Captain Insanity VINE VOICE on November 7, 2006
Format: DVD
The whole reason I bought this movie, when I saw it in the store,
was because it starred Robert Englund (for like about 20 minutes, mind you)
and the cover art seemed pretty sick.
I flipped it over, read the back, and was still interested.
Supernatural Mass Murderer on a killing spree
(ripping peoples hearts out and consuming them for sustenance)
in a locked hospital.
Sounded awfully cool, especially for a gorehound like myself.
I paid the 15 bucks, brought it home,
and then for about 90 minutes, cursed myself
for not waitng for a review on this unmemorable waste of my money.
So here it is.

Likes:
A couple of buckets of blood,
a few hearts,
an open chest cavity,
Robert Englund (although not even he could save this film from the depths of the bargain bin),
and a Pac-Man T-shirt.

Dislikes:
Continuity be damned.
In one scene the killer(Lets just call him Captian Cliche)
has sulfuric acid poured over his head,
and you see his flesh bubble, you see it.
Two Scenes later, TWO SCENES LATER! (without eating any hearts)
Captian Cliche's back to his normal crazy self.
In another scene the heros clothes are soaked in blood,
in the next scene not so bloody.

The Killer in this movie is what ultimately killed it for me. (no pun intended)
He just wouldn't shut up.
Cliche' after cliche'.
EVEN WHEN THERE WAS NO ONE ELSE AROUND!!
He just spouts them off to himself.
Theres a reason Leatherface, Jason Voorhies, and Michael Myers are feared and admired.
They know when to shut up and be menacing.
Everybody else in the movie was fine.

Some of the special effects at the begining were silly.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Julian Kennedy on March 11, 2010
Format: DVD
Heartstopper: 4 out of 10: After twenty minutes this movie really had me psyched. A true Eighties throwback it begins with two characters, a Death row inmate who has trouble being electrocuted (Shocker) and a good looking suicidal shy girl who is called whore by a bunch of teenage cheerleader vixens (Carrie). They meet in an ambulance and the Death row guys tattoo transfers to the suicidal girl. And we all know what happens next don't we.

The girl goes back to high school and takes revenge on the vixen sluts and her mother and everyone else; and there is violence and nudity and sexy high school girls kicking ass. (Okay let me calm down for a moment) Had the movie actually done that I would have been very happy indeed. Instead it just remakes Halloween 2. Yup a basically abandoned hospital with a staff of about 5 people. The serial killer comes back to life (of course) and starts using his patented fist pulling a heart through the chest maneuver (hence the name) which looks silly the first time and gets progressively sillier as the movie goes along.

In the Jamie Lee Curtis role we have Meredith Henderson who is surprisingly bland for a suicidal girl being chased by a serial killer. The killer is played not by headline actor Robert Englund (Who is an Amish Sheriff and leaves the movie fairly early) but James Binkly whose is simply the serial killer that won't shut up

In fact dialogue is a real problem in this film. Nobody talks like real people. All the conversation is either a witty rejoinder or a plot point or god forbid horrible self-conscious foreshadowing. And needless to say few people have been crying out for a Halloween 2 (or Visiting Hours) remake.

The sets are unconvincing and the hospital understaffed.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Nelson on April 21, 2007
Format: DVD
Wow, i was expecting something much more...i think that the plot was solid and the idea was good but i got annoyed mor then anything at all of the missing parts...for one they tell you who dies...the actors are horrible...the black kid (nathan stephanson i think) acts like he's a 10 year old white kid, the killer talks to much and besides the one very gory part it was boring. like i said before the plot was good (in a hospital a ton of people to kill...but no there was 6 people to kill even if they kept the horrible acting the killer talking so much and they tell you who dies then if they had the hospital full of people like they usually do that would hav mad eht efilm ten times better...oh yea and then it just ends and you dont know what happned and you dont care becaseu it ended so abruptly.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael Butts HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on November 13, 2006
Format: DVD
Did you ever think you'd see the day where Freddy Kreuger would play a heroic sheriff? Wait no more. Robert Englund has a supporting role as the sheriff in this average gorefest. Englund's sheriff watches as dreaded serial killer Jonathan Chambers (a creepy James Binkey) is electrocuted and hauled off to the morgue for his autopsy. Along the way they pick up a suicidal teenager (an effective Meredith Henderson) who is in the ambulance with Chambers and sees he is not quite dead.

Once we get to the hospital (another one of Hollywood's deserted hospitals), Chambers goes on a killing rage to locate Henderson, whose body he plans to take over and continue his killing spree, apparently in some bizarre deal with Satan. Director Bob Keen keeps the tension pretty intense and even though the tornado conclusion comes out of nowhere, it does have a certain eeriness, with the predictable "Oh, no, I'm not safe" ending. It's not the best of its lot, but it's viewable.
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