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Slaughterhouse

Slaughterhouse

Directed by Rick Roessler

A slaughterhouse owner encourages his intellectually-disabled son to kill his foes in this frightfully fun slasher. Buddy is a good boy, but when people poke his pigs he goes hog-wild. After slaying two tipsy teens who petrified the porkers, Buddy runs to Pa, who hatches a not-quite-kosher plan to lure competitors to the property and let Buddy's cleaver do the rest. Though it won't please vegetarians, SLAUGHTERHOUSE has its little piggies firmly planted in the bloody soil where 80s black-comedy-horror like MOTEL HELL and TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2 flourished.

A slaughterhouse owner encourages his intellectually-disabled son to kill his foes.

Cast: Joe B. Barton

Member Reviews

This movie had an interesting killer, background, and plot. What it did not have was good kills or plausible deaths from one stab of a knife. The only thing that kept this movie afloat was buddy, who could've been portrayed a lot better if they had a higher budget for this movie.

Goryo
2 weeks ago

This movie rocks

killJill
1 month ago

This was a really decent slaughter movie. Some fun kills, pacing was ok too, I think that movie did well. Good sound effects and some gory scenes means, you can count me in.

Shudder_V
2 months ago

A critique of farm / industrialization, / lost in squealing pigs.

scoundrel
2 months ago

Great 80's cheese horror. Mediocre acting unfortunately, no obligatory 80's boobies, or shower scenes. Still a fun view.

Farmert3d
3 months ago