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Death Factory
Death Factory
Actors: Lisa Jay, Jeff Ryan, Karla Zamundio
Director: Brad Sykes
Genres: Horror
R     2004     1hr 40min


     
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Actors: Lisa Jay, Jeff Ryan, Karla Zamundio
Director: Brad Sykes
Genres: Horror
Sub-Genres: Horror
Studio: Brain Damage
Format: DVD - Color - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 09/21/2004
Release Year: 2004
Run Time: 1hr 40min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: R (Restricted)
Languages: English
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Movie Reviews

Send Death Factory back to the assembly line..
Queen Cleobethra | The Land of Films | 11/24/2002
(2 out of 5 stars)

"From the front and back of the DVD I was expecting to see a movie that was going to scare the living hell out of me..but alas I was very disappointed.
A bunch of stupid horny kids are tossed into this old factory for a little secret party freaky deaky action and all of a sudden this wild woman crazed out of her mind from this government chemical virus turns the kids night of orgy fun into an all you can eat buffet.
I do however, offer a golf clap to Tiffany Shepis playing Alexa, the blood thirsty beast of a woman. The last indie film I was in, had me sucking down tons of the corn syrup blood capsules and as Tiff can probably attest to, they don't taste like cherries like the box advertises. Also, an interesting choice of clothing for our man-eating beast..kneepads and a thong.. she looked to me more like an extra from Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome than a modern horror flick.There was more blood in this flick than most horror films. Blood pouring out of every human orifice..you have to love it when the beast goes right for the man's groin when he calls her a b!tch.. But I think they spent a little too much time on each kill, taking the shock factor out of the attack. Sure when the beast comes out of nowhere and starts tearing out your throat we gasp, but let the guy fall and die already!It's quite obvious that this film had absolutely no budget, save for dollars needed to buy the buckets and buckets of cherry flavored goodness they used for blood.This film is like a low budget porn meets slasher flick. It was a good idea for a film, but you need so much more than an idea to make a good film. I gave this film 2 stars in honor of the cast. As a struggling actress myself, I know that you are happy to take ANY role offered you! I would have signed on to do this film in a second, but here's some advice to the cast. When and if you ever really make it...please drop this film from your resume!"
Death factory -- what it is and what it isn't
Kolors | Pocatello, Idaho | 01/13/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)

"You know, there are certain bad things you must expect from a film like this. I don't get why people rent these type of movies and then totally trash on things like the bad acting, horrible story line, the bad camera work, and the all horror movie cliches. That is to be expected from films like these. Low budget horror movies have formed into a sub-genre of traditional horror movies and if these films didn't include all the bad acting, horrible story line, the bad camera work, and all the horror movie cliches, they would betray their own sub-genre and go against the real intent of why films like these are made. Films like "Death Factory" aren't meant to touch your heart and soul. Films like "Death Factory" are supposed to be low budget, politically incorrect, immoral, and full of more blood and violence than films produced for the big screen. This is a straight-to-video blood and guts film targeted to fans of the low-budget horror film sub-genre who raise no expectations and enjoy the film for what it is worth, and not for what should be expected of it. Moving on, what I liked about "Death Factory" was how good the killer Alexa looked. They did a great job on making her brutal but sexy at the same time. And the 2 minute killing sequences were pretty brutal and worked nicely. The story twist at the end provided some emotional character attachment to Alexa with the viewer, making the ending much more interesting. This is why I give this movie 3 stars. To the people who expect all films to have the best of everything, my 3 star rating probably seems like an insanely high rating for a film like this, but you have to realize that these films aren't made for the people that expect every movie ever made to be Academy Award winning material, and nothing short of that or it's a disappointing film, but are made for the people that appreciate films like these who aren't distracted by the supposed standards of high-budget films."
One of the worst ever....
Keith Langkan | Chicago | 09/30/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)

"This movie will make you laugh. It is not even remotely scary and the "gore" is just laughable. It does have its gratuitous sex scenes with hilarious "sexy" music. But the hardly attractive women seem like they wish they were doing their nails instead of getting nailed. I had to turn this movie off after 45 minutes. This is one of the worst attempts at cheesy horror ever made...yet I rented part 2 for some reason! Ha...we shall see if they can redeem themselves."