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Woodchipper Massacre

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Editorial Reviews

It’s The Brady Bunch meets the Texas Chainsaw Massacre in this stomach-churning tale of a not so typical American family that find themselves caught in a web of death, deceit, and dismemberment. And what better way for this trio of demented siblings to discard of fresh human remains than to turn it into garden variety mulch…by way of the biggest woodchipper ever.

Special Features

  • Commentary by director Jon McBride
  • Interviews with the cast
  • VideoBob Jon McBride interview
  • Stills gallery
  • Trailers
  • Collectible postcard

Product Details

  • Actors: Jon McBride, Denice Edeal, Tom Casiello, Patricia McBride, Kim Bailey
  • Directors: Jon McBride
  • Writers: Jon McBride, Glen Skaggs
  • Producers: Jon McBride, Joe Podesta Jr., Gene Robbins
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    Unrated
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Camp Motion Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: January 16, 2007
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000JLTSB2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,482 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Woodchipper Massacre" on IMDb

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Jon McBride wrote and directed this shot on video comedy horror 80s flick, about three siblings who are forced to have their mean awful Aunt Tess take care of them for the whole weekend, but when the younger brother accidentally stabs the heartless bad Aunt, they disposed her corpse by chopping it up and then putting it in the Woodchipper! It's a decent home video like film, this one to me lives up to it's potential, give it a Try!
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SOV fans will enjoy this, gorehounds won't. This is a horror sitcom without gore. If you expect carnage and meat spatter, you'll be very let down. Understandable. Coming at this as a shot-on-video fan, you'll love this fun movie. If you get in the mindset this is a "horror" sitcom done over-the-top, you can appreciate it. Very niche. If you've seen movies like Cannibal Campout, Black Devil Doll From Hell, and The Basement boxed set, you're a good candidate for liking this movie. Everybody else might want to rent this flick.
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Camp Motion Pictures has done us all a favor by unearthing this strange yet entertaining gem from the awesome 80s. Jon McBride directed and starred in this one, which plays out like a really bizarre sitcom. Even though it's called Woodchipper Massacre, there are not any splatter or bloody scenes. It is full of offbeat humor though and you just GOTTA love that consumer grade vhs camcorder look! At times you almost feel like you're watching someone's home movies. The special features are also great, and they include interviews with the cast and McBride. Pick this up if you are a fan of SOV films or, dare I say it, bad 80s fashion.
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This movie is not for everyone, but for those who like supercheesy no budget 80's retro, or anyone who want's to get into film making, this is a course study and goldmine. The movie was shot on a VHS camcorder in the Connecticut home and backyard of the writer/director and star of the film Jon McBride at a total cost of $400, and managed to get worldwide distribution, despite all this, or maybe because of it, I found this film to be really charming, and thoroughly entertaining. Definitely more of a comedy than gorefest (there is scarcely any blood in the film) it has a good pace, several chuckles, horrendous acting, and a fun 80's vibe, I also liked the cheesy casio score to the film. The DVD is packed with extras including commentary track with Jon McBride, interviews with the cast and crew, and previews for other Camp Motion Pictures.
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This movie was whacked! It was funny and way campy 80's direct to video filming. It was like watching an 80's TV sitcom like Growing Pains or Family Ties, where the siblings go and kill some of their annoying relatives and clean it all up before Dad gets home!!

The acting was pretty decent for this low budget film. The gorey effects weren't bad, too. This is not top blockbuster horror like SAW or SCREAM, just a little flick that is a fun cult classic to watch to pass the time.

It gets 4 stars for effort and the fun it brings showcasing all that the eighties provided---girls and guys with big hair, sweaters with crazy designs and lingo like "Totally awesome" and "Oh My Gawd!" mixed in with a little blood.

This movie will appeal to anyone who likes low budget horror and grew up on the 80s. So, pop the popcorn, throw on some jelly bracelets and sit back and watch with glee!!
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