– (2000) – An escaped lunatic with a hook for a hand is picking off teens who tread upon his past murder site. A low-level slasher with cardboard characters, unoriginal highlights, and pitiful twists. Spills blood from time to time, but always irritates.
– (1981) – A killer stalks a coal mining community as Valentine’s Day approaches. The love triangle doesn’t mean much, and the murder mystery is hardly original, but the mine atmosphere is gratifying and some fun is had among the characters. Doesn’t always make sense, but a few good murders take the focus off the inconsistencies.
– (2001) – A killer in a laughable mask picks off an annoying clique of girls who have soap opera problems. Doesn’t do anything not seen a hundred times before, but features some creative kills and is busy enough to hold interest throughout. Far from original, yet the ’80s slasher vibe helps as does the unintentionally memorable moments (toilet hair cleanse anyone?).