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Slaughter (2009 film)

Slaughter
File:Poster of Slaughter (2008 film).jpg
Directed by Stewart Hopewell
Produced by Stephanie Caleb,
Laura Ivey,
Courtney Solomon
Written by Stewart Hopewell
Starring Lucy Holt,
Amy Shiels,
David Sterne
Music by Justin Caine Burnett
Cinematography Marius Ivascu,
Armando Salas
Editing by Greg O'Bryant
Studio After Dark Films
Distributed by After Dark Films
Release date(s) January 9, 2009 (2009-01-09) (Horrorfest)
Running time 96 min.
Country USA
Language English
Budget $4,000,000 (est)[1]

Slaughter is a 2009 horror film that was part of the third After Dark Horrorfest.[2]

Plot

Faith (Amy Shiels) is a young woman trapped in a relationship with her abusive boyfriend, Jimmy (Vance Daniels). She flees from him and moves to Atlanta to start over again. As Faith begins her new life, she meets a fun and free-spirited young woman named Lola (Lucy Holt). Lola lives on a farm with her controlling father, Jorgen (David Sterne), her older brother, and her younger brother. Faith and Lola become good friends, and Lola invites Faith to live with her and her family to help out with the farm work. During the day, the family (and Faith) work on the farm, and at night the two young women go out on the town to party in Atlanta. Lola brings home a different man every night. Eventually Faith notices that these men disappear after their encounters with Lola, and she suspects that Lola's father is murdering them in the farm's slaughterhouse.

Production

The film was originally titled Faithless.[3]

Reception

Slaughter received negative reviews.

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
Horror fiction portal
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