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Like so many horror movies from the 1980s, "Terror at Tenkiller" was inspired by the success of "Friday the 13th," the genre hit that gave producers everywhere the idea that they could also assemble a cheap picture, fill it with gore, and send it out to an audience hungry for more. The 1986 feature is directed by Ken Meyer, who makes his helming debut with the endeavor, and it really shows, with "Terror at Tenkiller" a glacial offering of suspense, working with thin characters and a limited vision for grisly happenings. There's a woodsy setting, a killer on the loose, and young victims, but even with the basics in slasher cinema, Meyer puts this baby to sleep almost immediately, visibly struggling with even the most basic of scenes. Read the rest at


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