Mask Maker (2011) - Horror

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When a young, deformed boy witnesses his mother's death, he comes back to take revenge on anyone who dares enter his property.

IMDB: 4.7
Director: Griff Furst
Stars: Nikki Deloach, Stephen Colletti
Length: 90 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 7 out of 30 found boring (23.33%)

One-line Reviews (22)

Yes, we have seen this kind of masked maniac before, but I felt the acting was well worth the watch, so was the story.

And when the friends show up at the house, it's an enjoyable comedy once again, thought somewhat raunchy too.

Unimaginative in every conceivable way from the casting (vapid pretty boys/girls playing major characters,genre veterans in small roles) to the bland,formulaic script (jump scares anyone?

It probably will not become your favorite movie, but it is definitely worth the watch.

Another generic borefest with impossible to kill murderer .


It's not a classic, but it can be enjoyable if you can stand the violence.

It was a total waste of my time.

All in all, it is definitely worth the watch.

It's predictable too.

Talking about hacking people to bits, the death scenes are particularly uninspiring.

I stumbled across this movie by accident and I was greatly surprised on how much I enjoyed it.

Otherwise, this was pretty entertaining.

It had enough material to prove entertaining enough for a single watching.

5) The mentally disturbed killer has very boring flashbacks.

creepy and predictable .

That's surprisingly good as many average terror flicks have only one or two lead actors screaming their face off while the rest look either plain bored or wooden.

Choose your cliche folks,chances are it's here).

The story in "Maskerade" is fairly horror / slasher movie cliché.

" The villain is an uninteresting dolt and has the typical supernatural powers to drive the plot when necessary.

But now the idea is so overused that it comes across as hackneyed and trite.

This turned out to be a shockingly fun and enjoyable slasher effort, which is all the better since this one starts off so surely as a haunted-house effort before segueing into a brutal slasher effort is something that's to be commended as the switch-off isn't expected right away.