Hard Rock Nightmare
Directed by Dominick Brascia
The "Bad Boys" are hot! Jim and his band need a place to rehearse, and the isolated family farm was perfect...no neighbors; just the band and some girls...Rock & Roll and party before the big concert tour. Unknown to the group, Jim is haunted by the memory of a demented grandfather who traumatized him as a child with stories of being a werewolf. The terrified child drove a stake through his grandfather's heart, and years of treatment have not erased the guilt or the lingering fear of his grandfather's revenge. Twenty years later the horror returns. On a full-moon night, the revelry of the band is shattered as a two-legged wolf brings slaughter to their party. Jim draws close to insanity as his friends are butchered and he must finally confront the terror from his past...Let the nightmare begin!
On a full-moon night, the revelry of a band is shattered as a two-legged wolf brings slaughter to their party.
Cast: Martin Hansen, Greg Joujon-Roche, Annie Mikan
When all else fails, go for the balls.
I've seen a lot of unwatchable movies. This was not one of them. Four out of five skulls, wasn't bored. It's not good, but it's so not-bad it's ALMOST good.
At least it's better than Slumber Party Massacre 2.
Two skulls. One for the line "Why would a madman do such a thing?!" and one for never showing us who was driving the Winnebago. Was it a band member's mom? That's my guess.
As a horror fan for over 30 years, I thought I had already seen the worst in 80's horror film acting....until now. Wow....like...wow! Troll 2 acting and dialogue looks like the Royal Shakespeare Company compared to this. I'm still not sure if it was supposed to be a parody.