Wednesday, December 30, 2009


Death Factory Movie Review

A group of friends decide to party in an abandoned factory one night. There, they come across a woman who had become infected with a virus and had previously killed all her former co-workers. This is a low budget film from Brain Damage that reminded me a bit of Night Of The Demons (the original 1988 version), though this isn't nearly as good. It takes the formula of throwing a bunch of different kind of people together (the innocent virgin girl, her preppy boyfriend, the rocker guy, thug Latina woman and of course the black guy and his woman) and trying to sell them as best friends. It is assumed they are supposed to be teenagers but about half of them look to be near 30 years old. The acting is awful, in particular the black guy (David Kalamus), who incessantly laughs throughout the film, and Rachel (Lisa Jay, who as it turns out has appeared in quite a number of television shows since, as has Karla Zamudio, the tough Latina chick). But it’s not all bad. There is a fair amount of blood and the killer (Tiffany Shepis of dozens of such low budget horror films) looks kind of cool at times.


There are some things that are laughable about the movie but it’s really not too's not really too good either, but the 80’s throwback feel and the somewhat interesting ending made it worth watching.

On A Scale Of One To Ten: 5

Death Factory Movie Trailer

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