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Scarred (2005)

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"Local legend has it that a woman roams the woods in search of a pretty face to replace the vacant hole where her own was brutally torn off. Tonight, a family has set-up camp in these same woods, and they are about to discover the story of the faceless killer is no mere campfire tale... Can they escape the violent ripping power of one's face?"

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Review Date: 26 January 2007 My Rating: out of 5


Scarred starts out well enough for a no budget horror flick, but it quickly falls into the trap of taking itself far too seriously.

When a father takes his new wife and his two kids from his previous marriage along with his daughterís friend on a camping trip, he hopes they will bond. Instead, the kids go off and do their own thing which includes drinking and necking with each other/the locals.

The no name cast act their little hearts out but all the wrong people die and the villain is unconvincing, as are the poor attempts at fighting back. If you were a healthy young guy and Leatherfaceís sister was battering your knees with pebbles, would you kick her square in the pus or cry like a girl and then drag yourself around the bushes for the entire remainder of the film?

Itís not the worst film Iíve seen but itís not the best either.

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