Doubting his wifeís fidelity, a man is slowly drifts into madness. When he gets his hands on an agenda, in which he recognizes his wifeís handwriting, he is knocked back by what he sees while skimming through the chapters.
She tells the tale of her numerous escapades and names all of her lovers. These names seem strangely familiar. The husband, weapon in hand, listens only to his thirst for vengeance and murders everyone that is listed.
However, his assumptions play tricks on him and the truth is not as he imagines it. The cadavers have their word to say.
A new addition in the I Will Dance on Your Grave, Killing Spree could have stepped out of the pack thanks to its incredible scenario but trips at every possible stride. A man goes on a murderous rampage, killing his wifeís lovers and then realizes the defunct didnít have all the torts he suspected. After this rough turnaround, he is targeted by an army of irritated undead who want to slit his throat.
While there are certainly no new elements here, it combines elements from psychosis, suspense, violence and zombie flicks. The drawback is that the producers didnít seem to grasp the potential their idea had and they had fun destroying it. The actors are bad and the audio/video is terrible. The violence is explicit but the mediocrity of the special effects will monopolize your attention. Useless efforts are invested in the murderís originality. They try to make us accept that an enraged man on a murderous rampage that acts impulsively would give himself so much trouble.
Still, I would be the first in line to assist a remake (with better quality) of Killing Spree because it remains a film with an attractive progression.
- Tom electrocuting a victim by using his own intestines.
Released in: 1987
Horror - Slasher - Gore - Invaders - Monsters
In the same series:
I'll Kill You, I'll Bury You, and I'll Spit on your Grave, Too!
Films in similar category:
Wishmaster 2 : Evil Never Dies
Freddy Vs. Jason
( 06/02/2004 )
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