The Last Horror Movie

Synopsis: A serial killer uses a horror video rental to lure his next victim. What begins as a teen slasher transforms into a disturbing journey through the mind of Max Parry, a mild mannered wedding photographer with a taste for human flesh.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Julian Richards
Production: Bedford Entertainment
  11 wins & 3 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.6
Rotten Tomatoes:
56%
R
Year:
2003
80 min
29 Views


A breakout

at a maximum security...

correctional facility

in Illinois...

is this hour's

top news story.

Convicted serial killer

Harold Trattner...

is believed

to be amongst a group...

of 3

death row inmates...

who overpowered guards

whilst on transit...

from a holding cell

in Angola this morning.

Sheriff John Loomis

has issued a warning...

to area residents...

advising them not

to approach the prisoners...

under any circumstance.

Harold Trattner received

the death penalty 3 years ago...

for the massacre

of 6 teenagers...

during a summer camp vacation

in Vermont.

Deputies in Houston

issued an apology today...

to the British holidaymaker

they arrested last week...

in Miami.

70-year-old Derek Lambros...

Police

in Grand Rapids, Michigan...

have been unable to identify

the bodies of young man...

and woman discovered by children

in a Halloween costume store...

with their features carved away

and the man's genitals removed.

Police first identified

the victims as 2 women.

Sheriff John Schrader

refused to give details...

of the ghoulish case...

and said only that

he did have strong evidence...

linking the crime...

to this morning's

prison breakout...

in neighboring Illinois.

Hello?

Michael, are you ok?

You shouldn't

be watching that by yourself.

I told you it was scary.

Well, you just have to wait

till Mom comes home, ok?

Keep the lights on.

Ok, bye.

Hello?

Hello?

Kelly?

Cut it out, Kell.

This isn't funny.

Hello.

I realize this isn't

what you were expecting.

Let me explain.

The film you hired

from the video store...

I recorded over it.

But don't go switching off.

You didn't actually

miss very much.

The characterization

was 2-dimensional...

and, well, the dialogue

was, frankly, embarrassing.

I think you will find this

much more interesting.

You're interested now,

aren't you?

Go on, admit it.

Well, you hired a horror movie,

didn't you?

So, you wanted to see

something scary, right?

Don't worry.

I'll explain.

You'll understand everything,

I promise.

This is where

I did my first.

It's actually

quite a strange story...

how it happened.

It was, what,

about 5 years ago now.

I was walking across

Hammersmith Bridge...

when this guy in front of me

suddenly jumped off.

Well, I jumped in after him

and pulled him out.

Yeah.

Anyway, we sort of

became friends after that.

But it wasn't a particularly

healthy kind of friendship.

See, he'd had

a pretty unhappy life.

I'm not gonna go

into the details.

And I don't think he was

too pleased to still be alive.

But he sort of felt

he had to be grateful...

and I thought

I ought to be his friend...

even though he was

pretty depressing company...

to be perfectly honest.

It was about 6 months later...

and we were standing together

on this roof.

He dragged me up here to share

a few insights about the world.

And I was standing behind him...

wishing I'd never heard

of Hammersmith Bridge...

when I just thought...

well, A...

maybe I'd made a mistake by

pulling him out of the river...

Because all he ever talked about

was how miserable he was;

And B,

since I'd saved his life...

I sort of had

a few rights over it.

So, I walked right up to him

and pushed him over.

Do you just want to get a shot

pointing down over the edge?

Course,

they all thought it was suicide.

Anyway,

that's how I got started.

I'd say I do about 8,

maybe 10 people a year.

Men, women.

I don't really care.

The first couple of months

I went kind of mental.

I think I did

about 20.

But after that

I calmed down a bit.

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