The Last Horror Movie (2003)

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Released 3-Oct-2006
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Region 2 UK

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Max Parry wants to kill you. No, it's not that you've done anything to deserve it, he's simply trying to make a point. By day a wedding photographer, Max uses his video camera to moonlight as a serial killer and with the aid of a homeless assistant he documents his work in the form of a snuff video diary. Max grows increasingly determined to direct an intelligent film about murder, but bloodies the line between fiction and reality by actually snuffing out the victims himself. Max is a disturbingly charismatic assassin who confronts his audience with an intense exploration of the mind of a homicidal maniac and audience culpability with viewing violence as entertainment. When he senses distaste at the realism of his brutality, he poses the obvious question 'Why are you still watching?'. The answer is simple enough: you know you shouldn't be and that's exactly why you are.
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Kevin Howarth
Mark Stevenson
Antonia Beamish
Christabel Muir
Jonathan Coote
Rita Davies
Joe Hurley
Jamie Langthorne
John Berlyne
Mandy Gordon
Jim Bywater
Chris Adamson
Lisa Renée
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Julian Richards
Simon Lambros
Genre Year Running Time Format Region Coding Dual
Horror 2003 75:48 576i (PAL) 4
Widescreen 1.75:1, 16x9 Enhanced
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English Dolby Digital 2.0 (192Kb/s), English Audio Commentary Dolby Digital 2.0 (448Kb/s)
Main Menu Audio & Animation, Scene Selection Animation, Audio Commentary-Julian Richards (Director) And Kevin Howarth (Actor), Theatrical Trailer-4, Trailer-Cold & Dark, Evil Remains, Book Of Love, Featurette-Making Of, Featurette-Cast Auditions, Deleted Scenes, Gallery-Stills And Poster Art, Biographies-Cast, Notes-Interview With Julian Richards (Director) , Notes-Interview With Kevin Howarth (Actor)
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