Memorial Day (1989)

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Memorial Day: Directed by Robert Hughes. With John Kerry, Mark Mears, Mark Caso, Lesa Lee. A newly opened campsite is terrorized by a primitive young man who begins killing campers to defend his territory.

“Plot = Memorial Valley Campsite has just opened for business even though itu0026#39;s far from finished. A bunch of campers set up camp, unknowing of the terror that awaits them in the forest. You see, a Tarzan-like forest boy does not approve of the recent changes in Memorial Valley and has decided to start killing the campers.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eWell I can say that Iu0026#39;ve definitely never seen a movie about a killer caveman before, cheesy for the first hour in other words just ainu0026#39;t that good only one person dies during that time, however once the movie gets going the last thirty minutes is pretty entertaining as should they be seeing as how fourteen people get killed in the final half hour of the movie.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThis is one of the last backwoods slashers that we got from the 80s and I think itu0026#39;s pretty safe to say that this was one of the movies that killed the trend. The movie is obviously very low-budget with a bunch of incompetent actors and an even more incompetent special effects team. The gore effects are ridiculous. Memorial Valley Massacre is far from a flawless film but as I said before, the final 30 minutes kind of make the first hour feel worth while.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAll in all it may not be a very good movie but itu0026#39;s quite enjoyable during the last thirty minutes which is why Iu0026#39;ve given a 5 instead of a 4.”

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