Directed by Joe Giannone
In this cult slasher classic, a maniacal killer named Madman Marz stalks a summer camp after a boy who doesn’t believe the urban legend screams his name into the woods. Now the psycho who brutally murdered his family and escaped into the woods is back, turning the campers’ summer vacation into their last days on Earth. Joe Giannone’s first and only cinematic endeavor became a huge hit on VHS, endearing it to a generation of ‘80s slasher fans. Watch it back to back with CROPSEY - the Shudder doc about the inspiration for Madman Marz - for maximum chills.
In this cult slasher classic, a maniacal killer named Madman Marz stalks camp kids.
Cast: Paul Ehiers, Tony Fish, Gaylen Ross
Meh. This could have been a hilariously cheesy 80's slasher flick. A couple decent deaths, with.. unfortunately a lot happening off screen. A lot of wandering around aimlessly. Not enough death or scares to hold my attention. I didn't care one bit about anyone who died. Bonus points go to this movie having its own theme song, and the end closeup reveal of the killer is absolutely hilarious.
This is one of those rare slashers that exists in that sweet spot of "legitimately effective" and "spectacularly inept." It's a total freaking blast if you want something that's full of weird / odd choices.
A promising opening but too quickly falls prey to the tedium that only the best slasher films manage to avoid.
This was one that escaped me and i should have never watched it. Complete garbage. So many better ones came out at the same time. disappointing