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Skull: The Mask

Skull: The Mask

Directed by Armando Fonseca, Kapel Furman

In this splatter-filled supernatural slasher, a Pre-Columbian artifact contains the spirit of Anhangá, the executioner of the god Tahawantinsupay. Whoever wears the mask is possessed by Anhangá and compelled to commit sacrifices to resurrect his god. It’s up to a museum assistant and a policewoman to stop the slaughter before the ritual is completed. A throwback treat for fans of ‘80s slashers and gory practical effects. A SHUDDER ORIGINAL.

A mask possesses those who wear it to kill in this splatter-filled supernatural slasher.

Cast: Tristan Aronovich, Natallia Rodrigues, David Wendefilm

Member Reviews

It was mid. The last scene with the dude wearing a fucking rotten hand as a necklace was kinda funny.

1 month ago

fun film to watch. great gore.

3 months ago

As a film, this is not good. The story is pretty barebones, the characters are not very well developed and there's next to no depth in this. But goodness this is fun to watch. It's splattery, its creepy, the visuals look good in general (some are a little silly, but I didn't mind it one bit) and they clearly weren't afraid to go balls to the walls to make this visually interesting to watch. Don't go into this expecting deep, but if you're willing to go with it, it's fun to watch.

3 months ago

Meh. Just a pastiche of incredibly gory kills and intense violence with no actual story, characters that we don’t care about and completely devoid of any excitement or suspense. Gore is fun but like good characters, solid writing, actual suspense and an actual story is kind of important. The movie also is kind of ugly and grainy looking.

4 months ago

film is garbage with great gore but that couldn't save it from a one skull review.

4 months ago