Mask Maker ~ 3/5
There's a reason the 19th-century plantation house Evan Reynolds (Stephen Colletti) bought for his fiancée came cheap. Too bad neither he nor his bride-to-be discover it until their friends -- whom they've invited to the manse to celebrate -- begin to drop dead. Too late for their pals, but perhaps in time to save themselves, the couple learns that past residents are still hanging around in this horror fest co-starring Treat Williams.
Not a bad thrasher, horror movie. It was actually pretty good, people died, lots of blood. I just felt like it was the same type of storyline as every other thrasher movie ever!