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A horrifying family legend comes back to haunt the singer of a popular rock band teetering on the edge of super-stardom in this tale of terror from veteran genre director Neal Sundstrom. Life on the road isn't easy for Slash, a rock band whose big break seems to be forever looming just around the next bend. When death calls lead singer Joseph Macdonald (James O'Shea) back to his rural family homestead to bury a family member, the band takes a detour and heads into corn country. Unfortunately for the members of Slash, death isn't quite finished yet, and it's not long before a mysterious scarecrow who seems to take the band's name as inspiration begins picking off the band members one by one. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Just no redeeming qualities in this one. Wasn't worth the late night time spent.
April 16, 2012
If the title doesn't give it away, this is yet another idiotic slasher film--and not a good one. While I enjoy idiotic slasher films, Slash fails on every level as it attempts to mix redneck horror together with slasher horror with a heavy dose of evil scarecrows. Plus, it is about a band named Slash who fall victim to a slasher. How much more trite can you get?