The Last House on the Left (2002) Movie Review

The Last House on the Left (2002)

2002 | Short, Documentary
29 minutes /

User Score: 55/100

Synopsis:

Produced for the 30th anniversary of the film's theatrical release, this documentary gives a behind-the-scenes...

The Last House on the Left Review

Bold, powerful and starkly realistic, this chilling cinematic debut of horror master Wes Craven (Scream) is a shocking journey into the heart of evil. Written and directed with almost unbearable dramatic tension (Chicago Sun-Times), The Last House on the Left will make you deadbolt your doors and frantically mutter:  It’s only a movie it’s only a movie it’s only a movie!  Easy-going Mari Collingwood and her fun-loving friend Phyllis are on their way to a Bloodlust concert to celebrate Mari’s 17th birthday when three escaped convicts kidnap and torture them. But Mari and Phyllis are fighters, and although they are drugged and beaten into unconsciousness, stuffed into a car trunk and driven into the woods for even more brutality, they are still alive…but for how long?


About The Last House on the Left 2002

Title: The Last House on the Left
AKA: It's Only a Movie: The Making of 'Last House on the Left'
Year: 2002
Runtime: 29 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Short, Documentary
Reviewer:
Score: 1.5 / 5 stars
Published:
Avg. Rating: 2.7/5 stars from 11 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 11
Starring: Wes Craven, Steve Miner, Martin Kove, David Hess, Marc Sheffler, Fred J. Lincoln, Lucy Grantham, Sean S. Cunningham
Director: David Szulkin

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