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Director  Michael Mfume
Genres  Horror, Slasher, B movie
Writer  Michael Mfume
Language  English
1.2/10 IMDb

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Country  United States
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Cast  Joe Clair, Maria Cooper
Release date  January 29, 1992 (1992-01-29) (Baltimore, Maryland)
Similar movies  Savage Weekend (1976), The Graveyard (2006), Rites of Spring (2011), Bloody Murder 2: Closing Camp (2003), The Tripper (2007)
Tagline  It was supposed to be a weekend getaway until the horror began.

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Ax 'Em (originally titled The Weekend It Lives) is a 1992 American horror film directed by Michael Mfume, the son of Kweisi Mfume. The film follows a group of teenagers on a weekend retreat at a remote cabin in the woods who become the targets of a crazed killer.

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Plot

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Years ago Harry Mason's father brutally killed his entire family and Harry's body was never found. Flash forward to the present, where several of Harry's now-teenaged childhood friends decide to get together for a weekend retreat in the forest. What they're unaware of is that Harry didn't die, but is actually wandering the forest with the intent to murder all of his friends.

Cast

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  • Michael Mfume as Michael
  • Sandra Pulley as Kea
  • Joe Clair as Tony
  • Racquel Price as Kendra
  • Tracy Wiggs as Rock
  • Maria Copper as Nikki
  • Kelci Jeter as Tonya
  • Greg Jones as Shawn
  • Kristine Louisa as Erika
  • Fredrick Montgomery as Kevin
  • Thomas Hunt as Brian
  • D-Taylor Murphy as Breakfast
  • Chris Gatewood as Granddad
  • Archie Williams as Harry/Bum #1
  • Julia Gorin as Sarah
  • Arthur M. Jolly as Mother Killed
  • Reception

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    Critical reception for Ax 'Em has been overwhelmingly negative, and Beyond Hollywood opined that the film was "one of the most visually atrocious films I’ve come across in a long, long time." Something Awful gave it a rating of - 48, commenting "How do you review a movie so unfit for public viewing that you can't even figure out any of the characters' names?" I-Mockery criticized the film heavily in one of their movie spotlights, remarking "At the end of the credits, the word, “peace” is shown. Never have I seen a stronger case for war." The Baltimore Sun was slightly more positive in its review, commenting that the film initially showed some promise but that "Once the killings begin, the movie ceases to generate much interest."

    References

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