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MOH: Deer Woman- Review By: Roger Moore


MOH: Deer Woman- Review By: Roger Moore

Directed By: John Landis

Written By: Max Landis & John Landis
Score: Technical: 85, Story: 85, Acting: 85, Overall: 85%
A strange string of killings has begun and it is very much unexplainable by all, the police are baffled, as they investigate not knowing if it is man or creature doing these killings. One detective, Detective Dwight Faraday is the one who gets the case and then he looses it, and then he gets it again. As strange as this seems it’s only the beginning for him, as he gets deeper into the strange and mysterious world on the ancient cultures who describe the killer as possibly a half human half animal creation. Who is killing all of these people or what is killing all these people, and will Faraday become the next victim?

Three Skipped Beats on the Roger Moore scale is given as Landis tackles a truly different style of filming with this comedy/horror style of filming. Having not done a horror film since his one and only An American Werewolf in London. It’s hard to be critical of John Landis and his work he is simply a master at ever film he creates no matter what genre it is, he is not only a master of horror but he is a master of film. And I personally can’t wait until next season for his next film. As always be afraid, be very afraid.

Masters of Horror: John Landis - Deer Woman

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