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November 16, 2019 at 02:26 AM



Tiffany Shepis as Adrienne
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670.32 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 27 min
P/S 0 / 6
1.19 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 27 min
P/S 1 / 5

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by roguewolf-37108 1 / 10

Bad, bad, bad.

Quite possibly the worst movie in every way imaginable. Terrible special effects, awful acting, bad script. The Title states that it is Part III. There is no Part I or Part II. Obviously, it is some lame attempt at humor and an even lamer attempt to suggest that two other movies of the same worthless nature were made before it. The acting is just bad all around, in every way, in every second of this movie. I'll mention a few things concerning the special effects. No, you cannot behead someone with a pick-axe. Its just not physically possible to swing it once and cut the head completely off. Second, human entrails do not look like ketchup covered sausage links. Not even close. The only redeeming part of this movie that even warrants watching is the first 5 minutes with the nude girl. Turn it off after that. Truly a worthless piece. Do not waste your time.

Reviewed by BandSAboutMovies 2 / 10

Low budget slasher

His movie was originally filmed five years ago as The Pick-Axe Murders Part III: The Final Chapter, but it's finally been released. It starts with two teenagers aardvarking inside a mine, before the girl starts speaking Latin and bathes herself in the dude's blood. So there's that.

Adrienne (Tiffany Shepis, Victor Crowley) has just been released from the asylum and is still unable to deal with the murders that Alex Black committed. Neither is Sheriff Mathews (A. Michael Baldwin, Phantasm), who is looking for the teens we saw in the beginning. Throw in another entire group of teenagers just begging to get killed and you have a slasher!

Shawn Hernandez, who used to be in TNA, is in this as a criminal, as does Sal Governale from the Howard Stern Show. There's also plenty of nudity and gore. Trust me, every single person in this movie is horned up.

Reviewed by ASouthernHorrorFan 6 / 10

My Review Of "Pickaxe"

The story keeps with a classic theme of a supernatural slasher. It is straightforward, methodic and light-hearted. Jeremy Sumrall celebrates those VHS horror tropes from 80's horror with fun enthusiasm. Although the film does have flaws, it is still a commendable ode. It keeps with a simple slice-n-dice format, there is a formidable killer, and plenty of flesh and blood.

With a couple recognizable indie names attached, "Pickaxe" receives some cred. Tiffany Shepis is a indie horror staple. Baldwin does a great job as the sheriff. The rest of the cast don't quite equal these two's performances, but they do well enough to move the story. There is some dialog issues and a few moments that feel contrived. I also found a few of the asthenic scenes tacky, set in a way that takes away from the moment than the intended effect.

The horror elements of the film are really notable, commendable aspects of the film. It is low budget affair, but the practice choices seemed to be approached with care. Reminiscent of 80's slasher gore films like "The Burning" and "Madman". I really enjoyed the kill scenes in "Pickaxe". Some of the setups to the kill sequences seemed a bit hokey, missing to create an added anticipation, and did more to lower the energy of otherwise cool kills.

Overall "Pickaxe" is a straightforward low budget slasher that only works in the indie horror community. It probably will disappoint mainstream movie goers with its low scale production, indie acting and 'on a dime' practical effects. Still there is some fun gore elements, a strong slasher and cool, creepy atmosphere. Check it out if you dig low budget movie making.

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