Directed by Michele Soavi
A serial killer stalks the cast of a play based on his gruesome murders in this stylish and scary Italian slasher. When an injury brings a cast member to a doctor at a nearby mental hospital, an evil patient hitches a ride back to the theater in her trunk. Before long, the cast find themselves locked in the theater, where the killer—wearing an eerie owl mask—begins staging their horrific death scenes, one by one. After assisting Dario Argento for most of the 1980s, director Michele Soavi (THE CHURCH) broke out on his own with this chilling feature debut.
A serial killer stalks the cast of a play based on his gruesome murders.
Cast: Barbara Cupisti, David Brandon, Robert Gilgorov, Martin Philips, Clain Parker
not a bad movie, pretty typical slasher version of the Phantom of the Opera. Best line in the whot movie. "Right between the Eyes"
I usually love 80s horror but this is the stupidest fcking movie I have ever seen in my life. My husband and I watched it together and both of us hated it. Terrible acting, idiotic plot, unlikable characters who consistently do the most nonsensical things possible. I'm pretty sure the dialogue was written by an especially dumb monkey. This was the film equivalent of taking a dump. It gets 1/5 only because the black guy and the cat survive, otherwise it wouldn't even deserve that.
Fabulous setting! Great film!
Not a fan. Couldn’t get into it, though I tried a few times.
I love 80’s horror. This is a good one.