Staunton Hill (2009)





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The son of celebrated horror filmmaker George A. Romero, director Cameron Romero takes the helm for this chilling story about a group of young hikers who incur the wrath of a deranged mountain family. When the hikers stumble across the dilapidated Staunton house, they assume it's been abandoned and decide to explore the property. But the Staunton's still call this place home, and they don't take kindly to trespassers.
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Kathy Lamkin
as Louise Staunton
Charlie Bodin
as Quintin
Sherry Weston
as Geraldine Staunton
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Critic Reviews for Staunton Hill

All Critics (1)

The one saving grace for this low-budget film falls within the capable hands of the actors. Staunton Hill has some really impressive talent.

Full Review… | October 7, 2009

Audience Reviews for Staunton Hill

Cameron has a great sense of style and scene (I guess it's in his genes although different than his father's style). I liked the characters and the actors did a good job with the material (Kathy Lamkin was awesome!). I didn't think the story was that compelling, a little to hard to believe in and while there wasn't a lot of gore, it was more grossly-intense than I like (scare me by what I CAN'T see). Overall, I liked it, just wish there had been "more"

John Wagner
John Wagner

Incredible! The twist ending made this film great. But the only problem is that the antagonists are a little too weak. (a fat old lady, A disabled lady in a wheel chair, and a mentally retarded man.) But this film was still pretty good and had some good bloody scenes and scares to it.

Jacob Palacio
Jacob Palacio

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Set in 1969, four friends are hitchhiking their way to Washington D.C. for some sort of rally and accept a ride from a normal looking fellow named Quintin (Charlie Bodin) but then their truck breaks down. The group heads into the woods in search of help and come upon a creepy farm inhabited by a family that might be described as Leatherface's less attractive, retarded distant relatives, wheelchair-bound Geraldine, Bible-thumping Louise, and their lumbering man-child, Buddy and decide to stay for a spell. ~Spoiler Alert~ If you watch a lot of horror movies, even if you don't, you come to the realization that when unsuspecting young people accept a ride from a stranger, you know things will get bad and boy, they really do get bad here as our young friends fall victim to Buddy, the Leatherface-like killer that has neither the face of leather, nor any of the eccentric charm of the Sawyer family's favorite chainsaw-wielding son. Staunton Hill contains some particularly gory scenes some of which include "ewww"-worthy skinning/scalping scenes, a few scenes that feature some nice runny/dripping gore sprinkled in with a few nice squirts of blood erupting from arteries now and then. But what scared me more than all of the above was that these vibrant young adults can't fight their way away from an elderly woman in a wheelchair, an obese lumberiing woman who can't take 10 steps without running out of breath, and her half wit son. Every cliché you associate with the Crazy Redneck Slasher genre is here in this movie. The sexed-up hitchhikers, the broken down truck, the mentally challenged son, the meat hooks and the dirt-poor family who just might be having you for dinner.

Deb S
Deb S

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