GenreHorror Music directorMel Lewis CountryUnited States
Release dateMay 31, 2005 (2005-05-31) WriterGary Jones, Jeff Miller CastRhett Giles (Jolly Roger), Tom Nagel (Alex), Kristina Korn (Jessie), Thomas Downey (Mathis), Kim Little (Lowenstein), Pamela Munro (Mayor Bates) Similar moviesCaptain Phillips, Castle in the Sky, Pan, Project A Part 2, DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story, Peter Pan
TaglineSome Things Should Stay Lost at Sea.
Jolly roger massacre at cutter s cove
Jolly Roger: Massacre at Cutter's Cove is a 2005 horror film by The Asylum, written by Gary Jones and Jeffrey Miller and directed by Jones, and starring Rhett Giles as Jolly Roger.
The infamous pirate Roger Laforge, better known as Jolly Roger, comes back from the dead and kills descendants of his crew who mutinied against him 300 years earlier.
Rhett Giles as Jolly Roger
Tom Nagel as Alex Weatherly
Kristina Korn as Jessie Hendrickson
Thomas Downey as Chief Mathis
Kim Little as Det. Lowenstein
Pamela Munro as Mayor Judith Bates
Dean N. Arevalo as Deputy Tanner
Sergio Samayoa as Deputy Yee
Justin Brannock as Tom Torrington
Megan Lee Ethridge as Sasha
Hajar Northern as Eve
Ted Cochran as Phillip
Conrad Angel Corral as Mr. Sims
Spencer Jones as Abernathy
Amanda Barton as Agnes
Griff Furst as William Barrows
Kellie McKuen as Zelda
Leigh Scott as Ray
Berna Roberts as Carla
Carrie Booska as Melinda "Bambi" Cornwell
Ty Nickelberry as Danny Ray (Bouncer)
Coleman McClary as Hancock
The film was released in the U.S. on May 31, 2005 and had its DVD premiere in Japan on June 22, 2007.
Critical reception for the film has been negative.
Dread Central gave the film a score of 2 1/2 out of 5 the reviewer stating, "While I enjoyed the slashing antics of Jolly Roger, as slight as they may have been at times, that ending did not leave me wanting more". Michael Helms from Digital Retribution.comgave the film a positive review, awarding the film a score of 4 / 5 stating, "Although there might have been a little more work performed on Jolly Roger himself to make him much stronger in the Wishmaster sense of second tier horror franchise characters, the bottom line is this film delivers the gory goods". Rick Blalock from Terror Hook.com gave the film a mixed score of 5.5 / 10 complimenting the film's gore and sharp editing bur criticized the film's "cheesy" plot and slow start.