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Burlesque Massacre

2.6 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews

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A totally outrageous 70s style exploitation
horror film, with a modern twist that just
doesn't hold back.

Crystal is the lead dancer in her own Burlesque
show, but she has other plans for her troupe on
this tour. While visiting Crystal's brother, the
Burlesque girls start to be picked off one by one,
and its anyone's guess who will survive.

Dark, gritty, violent, mixed with tongue in
cheek comedy, this horror film flaunts
bizarre uneven mix of film making styles
and harks back to the simpler days of the
1970s drive-in and second bill indie movies.

Contains violence, gore, language,
sexual content and nudity.

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Product Details

  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Timberwolf Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 2, 2011
  • Run Time: 82 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004LX0LG0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #149,754 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By The Straw Man VINE VOICE on April 23, 2012
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I would consider myself an unofficial expert when it comes to the "slasher film genre". I have seen myriad movies that fall into this category, some great, some awful, some campy, some that weren't really slasher movies but good nevertheless. I was very eager to see "Burlesque Massacre" because it falls into the sub class of slasher movies which are "Massacre" films. The best way I can simplify these types of movies is by using a rudimentary equation; take the first word(s) in the movie title and just know that the plot will focus on a massacre surrounding that term, in this case "burlesque".

This movie is homage to 1970s/1980s exploitation horror films, utilizing all of the classic staples of the genre yet providing some modern twists. The plot is that a bunch of girls whom are burlesque dancers decide to take a couple days off at one of the dancer's home to relax and practice for their next show. It isn't long before these girls start meeting their demise. There is a little more to it, not much but I believe the less said the better.

This film is very low budget and in no way shape or form is going to win any major awards. In contrast, I found it to be gritty with a tongue in cheek vibe that is very honest to the source material, which is to exploitation horror. The film makers even distressed the footage and provided "cigarette burns" to the movie it give it an aged effect. The acting was believable yet amateurish; I found this to give the movie charm. The special effects were decent and the gory was plentiful. Even the dialogue seems rather candid.

I must stress that there is a great deal of female nudity and sexual content. This didn't bother me; it really reinforced the old horror films of yesteryear.
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This isn't even a who-dun-it. We know that John (Timothy Whitfield) and his sister Crystal (Crystal Swarovski) are the killers. She has daddy issues from which he rescued her. Now they are an item and she is required to wear pasties throughout the entire movie.

Their issues have manifested themselves into killing off strippers, of which Crystal is a dancer also. That is pretty much it, although I will say strippers like to stay clean.

3 stars for the nudity and nothing else. Bad dialog, terrible acting, stinker plot.

F-bombs, sex, and full frontal nudity. Recommend "Strip Club Slasher" (good luck finding it) if you liked this one.
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once again the cover is way better then then film. their is no booty like on the cover in the film. pretty dismal film at best. I didn't enjoy it all, and I will watch dam near anything.
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Well the director certainly murderd this little film. Made on a shoestring where they couldn't afford decent quality fake blood. Dumb plot, crap acting and woeful special effects. Are you getting the picture? Try elsewhere.
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Burlesque Massacre is yet another disappointing horror movie that isn't much of a horror movie at all. It has far more nudity than anything that even resembles terror. I like T & A in horror movies just as much as the next guy, but it should be used sparingly. When it's the front and center of a horror movie, that's when there is a problem. That's when you know that the makers of the film didn't have much of a story or script, and so they put as much nudity in there to try to distract from it. Burlesque Massacre is more for the skinemax crowd than the horror crowd.
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