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1989 / Horror, Comedy
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Directed by Anders Palm
Written by Mark Cutforth
Starring Gregory Cox, Fiona Evans, Edward Brayshaw, Debbie Lee London and Kim Fenton

Jackson is a lonely serial killer who is beginning to question the point of all his killing. The future looks bleak until he meets a blind girl who tries to convince him that life isn't so bad.

The following tags are associated with this movie: slasher, spoof, romance
Unmasked: Part 25 (1989)
Review by Bradley Frohloff

7 / 10
An English blend of Friday the 13th and The Toxic Avenger, Unmasked Part 25 was an unusual viewing experience for me. It starts off pretty great, plenty of kills and if I hadn't known beforehand that this was a comedy of sorts, I would have thought it was going to be a full-on serious slasher flick based on everything that was happening in the first 20 minutes or so.

Though after the opening sequences, it takes this Jason-type character (Jackson) and turns him into an emotional wreck where he spends the next half of the movie walking around, questioning his life and relationships and also running into a few fucked up situations. While this doesn't ruin the movie, I felt that it really did lose a lot of the momentum that had been built up at the start of the movie. Thankfully, the slasher aspect returns in the latter stages of the movie, resulting in an overall fun experience.

Unmasked Part 25 is silly, a little funny and is a surprisingly decent slasher flick if you can put up with some annoying or questionable acting that is cleverly hidden by the fact that it's kind of expected for a movie of this nature. It's definitely an overlooked movie that I'd recommend to any slasher fans or for people who just love unusual, oddball type of flicks.
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