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The Last Horror Movie

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Julian Richards' The Last Horror Movie centers on Max, a wedding photographer who, at night, with the assistance of a homeless person, makes brutal home movies of him killing a variety of innocent people. Max often addresses the camera in a chilling and flamboyant manner. His psychotic state grows even more toxic as he begins to consider how the people watching his films are reacting.
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Overview

Julian Richards' The Last Horror Movie centers on Max, a wedding photographer who, at night, with the assistance of a homeless person, makes brutal home movies of him killing a variety of innocent people. Max often addresses the camera in a chilling and flamboyant manner. His psychotic state grows even more toxic as he begins to consider how the people watching his films are reacting.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Deleted scenes; Featurette; Cast auditions; Commentary with director & lead actor; "The Shoe Collector" short: A serial killer with a fascination for his victim's shoes meets more than his match in red stilettos
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/7/2004
  • UPC: 829567015322
  • Original Release: 2003
  • Rating:

  • Source: Arts Alliance Amer
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:34:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kevin Howarth
Mark Stevenson
Antonia Beamish
Jim Bywater
Christabel Muir
Jonathan Coote
Rita Davies
John Berlyne
Mandy Gordon
Technical Credits
Julian Richards Director, Casting, Executive Producer
Bettina Eberhard Production Designer
Jason Gill Costumes/Costume Designer
James Handel Screenwriter
Serena Hunt Asst. Director
Paul Hyett Special Effects
Simon Lambros Score Composer, Sound/Sound Designer
Louis Melville Co-producer
Zorana Piggott Producer
William Richards Executive Producer
Chris St. John-Smith Cinematographer
Mike Tims Executive Producer
Claus Wehlisch Editor
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Not What You Expected [5:23]
2. How it all Started [3:48]
3. The First Interview [5:25]
4. Life Away From Killing [5:25]
5. Making a Statement [4:50]
6. A Family Visit [2:37]
7. Explaning Motives [4:29]
8. A Perception of Right and Wrong [3:39]
9. A Little Experiment [2:57]
10. Family Issues [4:13]
11. Are You Ready? [3:35]
12. Preferring the Real Thing [3:27]
13. The Second Interview [1:21]
14. Not Willing to Kill [5:17]
15. A Nice Family Dinner [3:56]
16. An Appropriate Title [8:51]
17. "I'll be Seeing You" [3:03]
18. End Credits [3:19]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Feature
   Chapter Selections
   Bonus Material
      Deleted Scenes
         The Nazi Woman
         The News Agent
         The Art Student
         Grandma
      Featurette
      Cast Auditions
      Director's Friend's Short: The Shoe Collector
   Coming Soon
      Corn
      Gypsy 83
      Virgin
   Set Up
      Audio
         English 2.0 Stereo
         Audio Commentary by Julian Richards and Kevin Howarth
      Subtitles
         English
         Spanish
         Subtitles: Off
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  • Posted August 31, 2014

    I Also Recommend:

    I'm trying to make an intelligent film about murder while actual

    I'm trying to make an intelligent film about murder while actually doing the murders" explains chatty psychopath Max (Kevin Howarth) in this smart British flick. Making up for its rough around the edges feel with some censor baiting scenes of murder most foul, this mock snuff movie follows Max as he selects his victims and murders them - all the while talking straight to camcorder. The concept owes a bloody nod to Belgium spoof Man Bites Dog, but the laughs here are in short supply as director Julian Richards asks interesting - if familiar - questions about voyeurism and morality. Undeniably hampered by its gimmicky set up (which will work better on video than in the cinema) and wild overacting by Howarth, it succeds on the strength of its verite violence. Plus its hard not to feel a certain frisson as Max looms into the camera lens to ironically intone; "Me evil, you good..."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The ultimate in home invasion....

    The Last Horror Movie is one of the cleverest films I've seen in a long while. It's a complex character study that masquerades as a horror movie. Julian Richards has crafted an intelligent and nuanced movie that never once plays for cheap thrills. Brilliant. This film will inevitably be compared to ¿Man Bites Dog¿, which is really not apt at all. Beyond the similar filming techniques and a general thematic element, the movies share very little in common. ¿Man Bites Dog¿ was about the psychology of a murderer. ¿Last Horror Movie¿ is about the psychology of murder itself.

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