Serial Slayer (2004)





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Lock your doors, draw the curtains, and avoid the windows for this terrifying tale of a madman who stalks his prey from the rooftops of their comfortable suburban homesteads. If you thought murder was relegated to the inner-city, you'll be holding your breath and listening for footsteps on the rooftop as three women become trapped in an inescapable nightmare from which they may never awaken. Armed with a crossbow and a taste for blood, this maniac is like no other that has come before, and if there is any hope of making it out alive, the girls must turn the tables on the killer and prepare for the fight of their lives. Starring Melanie Lynskey, Sheeri Rappaport, and Mary Lynn Rajskub.
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Cassava Films


Will Heermance
as Man in Black
Judy O'Dea
as Alena Gray
Phillip Darlington
as Second Newscaster

Critic Reviews for Serial Slayer

All Critics (1)

This movie encompasses everything that's wrong with indie films, and bores the viewer to tears while doing it.

Full Review… | February 1, 2006
Dread Central

Audience Reviews for Serial Slayer

As far as cheap, hialrious horror movies go, this one tops the list. The acting is horrible, the lines are given poorly, and the camera work looks like it was done by an epileptic in short, I loved it.

Jeremy Hicks
Jeremy Hicks

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