• Plot Description
• USA: May 5, 2001
• UK: 13 Aug 2001
DVD Release Date
• R1: Oct 30, 2001
1 hour, 21 minutes
Cinema Home Video Productions, City Heat Productions, Sidekick Entertainment
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|Genre: Thriller, Horror, Slasher, Serial Killer, Psychos, Teenage, Suspense|
Plot: Cruel to her sister and planning to avenge a boyfriend her spurned her, Kristin (Erinn Carter, not to be confused with the youthful singer) hosts a party intending to instill fear in her guests and watch them squirm. Using the legend of an old house, she plans an elaborate practical joke in which her guests appear to be systematically murdered. Her joke loses its flavor when a maniacal killer assists the guests in departing, making the villainous host a prime suspect. This straight-to-video slasher is directed by B-movie specialist David DeCoteau (BROTHERHOOD 2: THE WARLOCKS).
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Final Stab is entertaining to a certain point. Good for a movie that you don't take seriously. DeCoteau seems to use positive notes for a slasher, but he plays them off key most of the time. This movie is FAR too flashy to have limited blood/gore. I was still thirsty for carnage after the credits rolled.
--C. Lochlyn Carter (Diabolical-Dominion.com)
Another one of your basic slasher films, with a small twist of the movie April Fool's Day. Enjoyable, but nothing new. Check this out if you're into slashers. 6/10
With lots of 'leaping out of nowhere and stabbing someone' scenes, plenty of poor 'hip' dialogue attempts and a somewhat meandering pace this certainly isn't one of the greatest slashers ever made; but thanks to some amusing 'winks' at the genre and steady direction this isn't the worst of its type.
Hideous. The only thing that prevents Final Stab from being one of thousands of rightfully lost amateur slasher flicks is decent equipment and a distribution deal at Blockbuster. 19/100
--Jack Witzig (ColdSpot)
| Directed by|
The Brotherhood, Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge, Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama
| Music By|
Killer Klowns from Outer Space, Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins, The Making of '...And God Spoke'
|Pretty bad slasher flick with many flaws and annoying factors. It's always nice to see a slasher flick in cinemascope though but when the camera moves around so much that you feel sea sick, it fails to impress you. |