Macabre...ish Horror Review: Victor Crowley
Victor Crowley, 2017/ 1 hr 22 min
The movie begins at night, in the swamp, with the worst, most gag worthy engagement ever. After which there’s moaning and the couple follow the sound, just to find a giant with an axe. Beheadings and quarterings, follow.
Victor Crowley (Kane Hodder) has returned via voodoo curse to return every night to Honey Island Swamp. He cries for his Dad and if you can hear his voice, it’s already too late. Or so the legend goes.
Ten years after the Bayou Massacre, there is only one survivor, Andrew Yong (Parry Shen) and he’s selling a book. People believe he is the killer because his prints are everywhere and there was no evidence of Victor. He was exonerated but people still don’t believe it.
Three people, Chloe, Rose and Alex, are on their way to find Andrew to pitch him for their movie, at his book signing. But he gets a million dollar gig and all he has to do is fly back to the bayou. And the prospective filmmaker and crew follows.
And on the way, the plane goes down. And only one person is worried that they have crashed in the swamp. And soon wails fill the air and they find out pretty quick if Crowley is real or not.
Good slasher flick that is still true to story. It is still crazy, graphic and gory. If you liked Hatchet or gore fests in general, you might like this. Felissa Rose is in this one plus Danielle Harris and Tony Todd did cameos.