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  • Actors: Angela Bettis, Kirby Bliss Blanton, Ben Cotton, Devon Graye, Christopher Titus
  • Directors: Jed Weintrob
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • 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: Phase 4 Films
  • DVD Release Date: March 29, 2011
  • Run Time: 78 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004FUKLLY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #504,256 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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In the small town of Ovid, Colorado, Joan Burrows (Angela Bettis) awakens in the basement morgue of Ernie Bishop, a local undertaker who secretly tortures, mutilates, and kills teenage girls.- Before becoming Bishop's latest victim, Joan manages to kill him and escape with her life. Sixteen years later and still bearing the scars of her torment, Joan returns to her hometown in time to see her niece, Olympia, be crowned Prom Queen.- Soon after Joan's arrival, murders by an alleged copycat killer begin targeting Olympia and her girlfriends.- As the police investigation unfolds, all clues lead back to the mentally-fragile Joan, who must clear her name, rescue Olympia, and confront the gruesome and barbaric killer before it is too late.

Customer Reviews

Lots of gore, blood torture.
K. Harper
It was someone that I initially liked and I didn't want him/her to be the killer.
Ben Wasden
Instead we get flashbacks to the Burrows/Bishop torture.
The Movie Guy

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Karl P. Madsen on April 11, 2011
Format: DVD
"This is how the game works"
"It's not a game"
"If you don't want me cut you, just say kill her"
Cries, screams, blood, and scalpels.
"Let me kill Joan"
"No"
Pours alcohol on cuts.
"Can I kill her?"
"No"
"This can keep going for a very long time"
Enter staple gun.
"Look at your thighs. You can make this end; just tell me to kill Joan"
"No"
Enter scalpel, exit tongue.
"Say the words and let me put her out of her misery"
"No"
"OK then, an eye for an eye, and a tongue for a tongue"
Screams.
"OK"
"OK what?"
"Do it"
"Do what?"
"Kill her"
"You're getting the hang of the game. You tell me to keep on killing, and you get to keep on living"

Thus is the basic premise of the torture porn flick, Scar 3-D. Survivor of a sadistic attack by a demented mortician, Joan Burrows (Angela Bettis - May), is returning home to visit her police officer brother Jeff (Christopher Titus - Titus), and niece Olympia (Kirby Bliss Blanton - Hannah Montana) for Olympia's high school graduation. Almost as soon as Joan is back, two of the graduating class disappears mysteriously. As the mutilated body of one appears, another student disappears. Much like when Joan was being held by Bishop (Ben Cotton - Slither). What follows is a series of found bodies and disappearing students. Among the new characters around town is the new mortuary director Melvin Gray (Bill Baksa - Tucker & Dale vs. Evil), Olympia's friend Paul (Devon Grave - Dexter), and Paul's father (James D. Hopkin - Fear Itself).

Part of the film is told through flashbacks of Joan's capture with her friend Susie while partying in the cemetery, ensuing torture at the hand of Bishop, and her eventual escape and killing of her tormentor.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Glen Williams on July 4, 2012
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
For starters, if you're getting this movie to have an inexpensive flick to feed your brand new 3D set-up, then pick another. This movie is presented in an anaglyphic format (Red-Blue glasses), and doesn't take advantage of either active shutter or passive ("cinema") 3d systems. As for the quality of the anaglyphic 3D (I bypassed the included cardboard and cellophane glasses and used the Red-blue / Cyan Anaglyph Simple style 3D Glasses that I bought for watching 3D content on YouTube), prepare for a lot of ghosting that comes and goes. The red-blue tinting aside, some shots seem perfectly produced with a rich, deep 3D effect, only to cut to another angle with severe ghosting and no real dimension to speak of. At about 15 minutes into the movie, the disappearing/reappearing ghosting got so annoying that I switched out to 2D to finish the movie.

As to the movie itself, it's a passable low-budget modern grindhouse flick. It's an HD flick, but with that grainy, well-used quality of low-budget cinema everywhere. The writing and acting aren't particularly stellar, but they're earnest. It's refreshing to see a low budget horror feature that didn't opt for comedy in lieu of being able to produce real scares, but instead tried to deliver the best experience it could.

The much-touted gore in other reviews is primarily off-camera with two or three notable exceptions. What you do get are buckets and buckets of blood.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By K. Harper on October 5, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
To start. Forget the 3D it's no good. There isn't really any special effects that requires 3D. Watch it in 2D. If you like Saw and Hostel you love this movie. Lots of gore, blood torture. Don't pass this up.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By indiefilmreviewz on December 11, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
... But AWESOME. Relatively simple on story and plot, but some extremely compelling performances and super-sick gore make this a must for connoisseurs of the genre!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dayna Newman/Slasher Diva on December 5, 2013
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I love Angela Bettis so it was sort of a sure bet I would like this film but it was better than I expected.The coloring is a bit off when watching in 2 D due to the true 3 D nature of the film but it didn't deter from my enjoyment of the film itself.

Ben Cotton as (Bishop) was effective as the serial killer who kidnaps Bettis' character (Joan) and her best friend years earlier trying to pit them against each other by playing a deadly game with them.Joan assumes she has killed Bishop,little does she know she is about to re reunited with him again.

The gore was well done and pretty plentiful,there was just something about it besides Angela's presence that made me like it and watch it 3 times so far.The cat and mouse between Joan and Bishop was very entertaining and nerve wracking and suspenseful.Of course there is a twist that is not expected but wasn't that big of a revelation either.

I recommend it to the die hard slasher fan because it's much better than a lot of the straight to DVD/Blu Ray slasher films or even theatrical releases.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on July 18, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
Joan Burrows (Angela Bettis looking like a roughed up version of Christina Ricci) returns to her home town of Ovid for a reunion with family. She is haunted by past memories (and a facial scar), about a weird slasher named Bishop (Ben Cotton) who killed her friend as well as giving her a scar. The flashbacks are used to make comparisons with Bishop, the killer, and somewhat creepy kid named Paul (Devon Graye) who is a friend of her niece Olympia (Kirby Bliss Blanton). Paul's dad (James D. Hopkin) is a bit of a psycho from being in Iraq.

Meanwhile teens have a graduation party. Drinking, pot smoking, and a girl(thank you Kristin Kowalski) who strips down to her panties and says, "Howard! Come here and take my virginity. I'm not graduating with it!"

As in any good teen slasher movie, kids by the lake who want to have sex... The body count rises, but we don't get to see the killer, nor the kids being tortured. Instead we get flashbacks to the Burrows/Bishop torture. Don't worry, if you missed Joan Burrows getting her face cut, they show it again. The theme of the murders is "would you kill a friend to save yourself." However the movie rarely delves into that theme, rather it just shows us dead bodies.

The film culminates in a far too predictable poorly written ending.
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