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Reality filmmaking can be murder. Just ask Vincent King (Sean Kanan) and his wife Mary Shelley (Juliet Landau), two passionate horror fans determined to create the ultimate slasher movie with the unwitting help of a cast to die for. Led by deceptively bookish biology major Emily (Danica McKellar), a group of horny college students visits the Kings' remote island to study the local flora and fauna, unaware that they're about to end up on the cutting room floor as they are gruesomely dispatched in the style of both classic and contemporary shockers. Who will survive the Kings' insane homage to horror? Anyway you slice it, “Hack!” will keep you guessing and gasping right until the credits and/or heads roll.
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"Brisk and enjoyable...A good balance of splatter and laughs, plus an engagingly sexy McKellar topping a first-rate cast." -- Steven West, HorrorReview.com
I watched & purchased this series of 40. 30-33 was a little weak but even it was a 4.5. This is a definite COLLECTORS item. Read morePublished 4 months ago by TJ-STL
Ugh. Lousy acting, lame and predictable-from-the-start plot, below-par acting. Good for gore fans, but not for anyone interested in a good story or anything with thrills or scares... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Dr. Tom's Reviews
Pleasantly surprised by this flick! But you have to give it 60 minutes. I was sorely tempted to give up on this movie for the first 50 or so minutes but I decided to stick it... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Vinnie Oliveri
This is a horror film that pays homage to horror slashers. Note: Kane Hodder is the first victim. A group of college kids working on a film project go to the island of Vincent... Read morePublished 9 months ago by The Movie Guy
if I could have gave it less than 1 I would have. didn't seem to really have a good story line other than seeking fame as a film maker.Published 10 months ago by dasilva290
The basic premise and concept were an excellent vehicle to break out from the 'cookie cutter' template that has dominated this genre over the past 5-10 years. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Stephen Malone