Cemetery Gates (2004)
A genetically mutated Tasmanian Devil feasts on the flesh of the living after being rescued from the laboratory that spawned it and escaping into a nearby graveyard in a gruesome tale of monstrous terror starting Phantasm series stalwart Reggie Bannister. "Liberated" from its cage by a pair of well-intended but woefully misguided eco-activists, the bloodthirsty beast seeks refuge in an old mining tunnel adjacent to a cemetery where some amateur filmmakers are shooting a low-budget zombie film. Now, as the unsuspecting filmmakers slowly fall prey to the ravenous, flesh-eating creature, the scientists who gave this aberration life must locate and capture the toothy killing-machine before it strikes again. … More
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Well i got alot i can say about this movie but for starters the only things it has going for is the amount of fake blood that was used is over the top high and the fact that Reggie Bannister from Phantasm was in it. Two activists try to let loose a Tasmanian Devil named *Precious* goes horriblely wrong people start ending up dead among the victims are some rednecks and a student film crew shooting a movie in a nerby cemetery of course ull be happy to see them go since there mostly stoned and some of the dumbest characters on film while two scientists search out to kill the monster, This movie pretty much has to be taken tongue in cheek all the way threw and only watched by fans of cheesy horror moviesMore
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