Sunday, 21 August 2016

The Prowler (1981)

The well spaced, Savini created kills are extremely effective if, occasionally, a little uninspired - I guess there only so much you can do with a bayonet and garden fork. The shower cubicle and final kills are beauties though.

The identity of the killer was a little obvious but overall the Prowler ticks all the right slasher boxes. One question: where does Rosemary's killer keep his roses?

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