Meatcleaver Massacre

Meatcleaver Massacre

Directed by Evan Lee

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When a professor specializing in ancient rites and rituals is attacked and his family killed by four of his students, he summons an evil spirit to hunt down the attackers and avenge his family.

When a professor specializing in ancient rites and rituals is attacked and his family killed by four of his students, he summons an evil spirit to hunt down the attackers and avenge his family.

Cast: Christopher Lee, Larry Justin, J. Arthur Craig

Member Reviews

The guy who came up with the idea to make this movie, was a butcher. not happy with his job at the meat market, quit his job to make this film. Fun film to watch. Thanks Shudder for digging up these rare films.

mamaboychainsaw
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3 weeks ago

As much as I often like obscure 70s horror movies, I cannot recommend this one. A plodding and predictable early slasher with a boring storyline and terrible acting. It's also important to note Christopher Lee, despite being top billed here on Shudder, is not in this version of the movie at all, his scenes were cut as he apparently never agreed to actually be in the movie. Also, the title of the movie has nothing to do with anything that happens in it - I don't think a meat cleaver makes an appearance even as background detail.

Shockwave77
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1 month ago

this film should of been great with that title and being a late 70's film, it hasnt got sny meatcleavers in it and the massacre is just ok, some tame odd kills and its just worth watching for the 70's vibes and cool look.

HorrorFan-Man
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1 month ago

Good if you need some background noise.

rain__deer
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1 month ago

As bizarre as this film is, its better than anything I've seen in last 5 years, certainly way more interesting than any Shudder Original. The freedom of expression of the 70s is just so amazing, truly the greatest era of cinema cause of its experimentation. I'd rather watch more films like this, than anything made in 10s.

SaltSlasher
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1 month ago