Savage Weekend (1976)

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A group of couples head out to the woods for a weekend camping outing when they run into a crazy killer who starts to kill them.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Horror
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Cast

James Doerr
as Robert Fathwood (as James Doerr)
David Gale
as Mac Macauley
Marilyn Hamlin
as Marie Sales Pettis
Kathleen Heaney
as Shirley Sales (as Kathleen Heaney)
Devin Goldenberg
as Jay Alsop
Jeff Pomerantz
as Greg Pettis (as Jeffrey David Pomerantz)
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October 3, 2005
EmanuelLevy.Com

Audience Reviews for Savage Weekend

½

Released before John Carpenter's Halloween but after Bob Clark's seminal classic Black Christmas, Savage Weekend is one of the earliest slasher films that predates the genre frenzy ignited by Carpenter's film. A blend of comedy and horror, Savage Weekend is a fun--if not great--early example of the genre that already features many of the genre's tropes, particularly the horny young couples who are methodically picked off by the killer. Funny and twisted, Savage Weekend will delight those fans of classic slasher cinema who crave other films to see.

Al Miller
Al Miller
½

Trading teens for adults, we still find ourselves in a remote cabin, then a killer begins to pick them off one by one. There's a few interesting bits, including a woman left in a trap in the basement who will be killed when someone enters, a bit that;s left alone long enough for the viewer to almost forget the tension of the situation until we're suddenly reminded. Interesting stuff. Rental?

Bill Bryant
Bill Bryant

4.5/10. The low budget of the film really shows, but some of the acting is actually good, but there are a few cast members that are not very good. Not very scary, a bit gruesome at times. The screenplay is very hit and miss. It does have it's moments.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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