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Slayed: Directed by Jim Klock, Mike Capozzi. With Jim Klock, Mike Capozzi, Coel Mahal, Kyra Kennedy. Five years after a Christmas Eve massacre in Harris County, AZ, when a crazed killer returns to an impending condemned water treatment plant to terrorize and kill again. Only this time, the lone survivor from that tragic night is waiting to make this Santa-clad monster pay for what he did.

“Granted, from the movieu0026#39;s cover/poster alone, then it was pretty obvious that this was not going to be spectacular movie experience. But on the odd chance that u0026quot;Slayedu0026quot; might actually be one of those horror movies that are so bad that they are actually enjoyable, then I sat down to watch this 2020 horror from writer Jim Klock.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAnd true enough, u0026quot;Slayedu0026quot; wasnu0026#39;t exactly top notch entertainment. Sure, the movie was low budget, but it actually had a decent enough production value to it, which helped make the movie sort of semi-watchable. But the storyline just didnu0026#39;t offer much of any enjoyment for me, so this movie ended up being a bit of a drag and a bore.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe acting in the movie was adequate, taking into consideration the type of movie it is and the movieu0026#39;s budget. But hey, at least it appeared like the people starring in the movie had a blast working on the project. But from a vieweru0026#39;s aspect, then the characters in the movie were way too bland and the dialogue was just somewhat stagnant.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAs for u0026quot;Slayedu0026quot; being a horror movie, well… It might be stretching it a bit; either that, or I am just too much of a seasoned veteran to the horror genre. Sure, if you are a newcomer to the horror genre, then I believe that there would be some elements of horror to u0026quot;Slayedu0026quot;. But for someone having grown up on horror movies and spent the last 35+ years watching horror movie then u0026quot;Slayedu0026quot; just didnu0026#39;t have the ingredients.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eProvided that you make it through u0026quot;Slayedu0026quot; the first time around, I highly doubt that youu0026#39;ll ever find yourself returning to watch this 2020 horror movie a second time. Why? Well, simply because the movie just doesnu0026#39;t have the contents to support more than a single viewing.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eMy rating of u0026quot;Slayedu0026quot; lands on a less than mediocre three out of ten stars. I wasnu0026#39;t entertained by this movie from directors Jim Klock and Mike Capozzi.”

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