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Actors: Myiea Coy, Hazel Dean, Ashley Rebecca Hawkins, Bill Jacobson, Tiffany Kristensen
Director: Edward Gorsuch
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
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Keith A. (Keefer522)
Reviewed on 5/23/2013...
Cheap looking, low-rent body count flick which "borrows" (*cough cough STEALS cough cough*) liberally from numerous other movies.
A group of annoying twenty somethings get into an auto accident on a deserted road and when they go looking for help, they're victimized by a family of inbred redneck cannibals at a remote farm house. Gee, that's an original plot huh?
I'll give "The Butcher" one thing, it sure doesn't waste any time with unnecessary frills like story, plot or character development -- it pretty much gets right to the nasty stuff as soon as the opening credits have finished rolling.
In other words...if you've seen anything from the "Texas Chainsaw," "Hills Have Eyes," "Wrong Turn," or any other backwoods-psycho-cannibal horror series, then you've already seen "The Butcher." It doesn't have a single original idea to call its own.
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The butcher, the baker, the lame movie maker...
S. Oetjengerdes | Boston, MA | 01/28/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I saw this movie on Fearnet. Thank God it was free and I didn't rent, buy, or borrow. This is yet again another ripoff suckfest that can't hold it's weight of steamy doo-doo. I hate this movie. I hope the people involved in its unholy creation have their film van broken into and all their stuff gets stolen and sold on Ebay. And I would buy all that jacked stuff just to smash it in the street. Ugh. I feel faint..."
Oh, sorry, I must have been snoring.
Robert P. Beveridge | Cleveland, OH | 04/12/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"The Butcher (Edward Gorsuch, 2006)
And here we have, yes, another young-and-beautifuls-go-to-an-old-scary-house-and-get-massacred movie. Bad acting. Increasingly-common variation on old horror movie rule (instead of straight kids having sex, there's a pair of lesbians, who must, of course, suffer gruesome ends-- this isn't a spoiler, as the first occurs in the extended opening scene. So the lesbian must die even before they encounter the guy who does the massacring. Silly, anyone?). Awful, awful script. Incredibly predictable plot twist. Yeah, there's really nothing good to say about this movie. Some wag on the IMDB boards called it (forgive my paraphrasing) a bad remake of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre combined with a bad remake of The People Under the Stairs, and he's right. *"
0 STARS: In all honesty, this is a pretty sorry movie. Sadl
HorrorMan | The Marsten House | 03/05/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
""The Butcher" is a low-budget slasher flick along the same lines as "Wrong Turn" although "Wrong Turn" is clearly superior than this trash, albeit, that does not say much. In a sense, "The Butcher" tries to be a mixture of "Wrong Turn" and the the remake of TCM. The kills aren't that great and are indicative of a low budget horror flick, there is zero horror movie atmosphere, and the acting is below average for this type of flick. Also, much of the action, these characters (including the killers) and the storyline are all just plain stupid!!! Very immature horror movie here...defintely one for the teenagers although I would not let me teenager watch this trash if I had one. All of these flaws make for a movie that simply is not worth a cuss, and that's my main complaint (along with the overly-retarded ending of course-they actually outdid themselves with that)."