The Last Horror Movie (2003) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

The Last Horror Movie (2003)

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  • Release Date:  2003
  • Genre:  Found Footage, Slasher
  • Director:  Julian Richards
  • Screenwriter:  James Handel, Julian Richards
  • Cast & Crew: Kevin Howarth, Mark Stevenson, Antonia Beamish, Christabel Muir, Jonathan Coote, Rita Davies, Joe Hurley, Jamie Langthorne, John Berlyne, Mandy Gordon, Jim Bywater, Lisa Renée, Christopher Adamson, and Adrian Johnson.

The Last Horror Movie (2003)Rating:

  • Dylan = 6 / 10;
  • Eloise = 3 / 10;
  • Raoul = 3 / 10;
  • IMDB =5.6/10.

The Last Horror Movie (2003) Synopsis:

This self-made documentary records the events in the life of a serial killer.

The Last Horror Movie (2003) Review:

The Last Horror Movie is a found footage following the life of a serial killer, a little bit like The Rise of Leslie Vernon, but without the comedy aspect.

It comes in a quite unusual form, letting you think that some maniac recorded over the videotape that you actually rented. This bit is quite clever, but the rest of the film does not live up to it. I found the story too shallow to truly entertain me. It lacked any kind of a surprise, and the main actor was really getting on my nerves the all-time.

The movie is quite violent and actually tries to make you feel guilty for watching this type of violence. This a smart move too, but is overused and regularly interrupt the action, slowing down the story by a great extent. Still, The Last Horror Movie deserves some credit for trying hard to be a unique and unusual experience. Unfortunately, it didn’t work at all for me.

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