The Last Horror Movie

The fine line between fiction and reality is blurred in director Julian Richards' award-winning blend of slasher flick and psychological thriller. Journey through the mind of Max Perry a seemingly normal wedding photographer, as he embarks on a crazed killing spree. Hiring a homeless man to film his crimes, Max gives candid insight into his deadly actions while confronting the audience with an intense exploration into the mind of a homicidal maniac.

Year: 2003
Genre: Horror Movies, Mockumentary, Black Humour
Country: UK
Director: Julian Richards
Starring: Kevin Howarth, Mark Stevenson, Antonia Beamish
Duration: 76 Minutes
Rating: R18 - Contains violence and content that may disturb.
Location in store: Horror



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