Shocking tale of a mass murderer who's execution by electrocution turns him into an electrical killing force. Assistant direction by Timothy Leary explains a lot!
Return to Horror High -- In 1982, Crippen High School was the scene of a series of brutal murders. The killer was never caught. Now, a low-budget film crew that includes an ill-fated leading man (George Clooney), the pretentious director (Scott Jacoby), a lecherous producer (Alex Rocco) and numerous nubile actresses have all returned to Crippen High to film the story of what actually happened.
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A notorious serial killer continues his murderous ways from beyond the grave in Wes Craven's electrifying horror film. Mitch Pileggi stars as the family-slaying maniac Horace Pinker, who lands himself in the electric chair. But while the high-voltage juice surges through his body, killing him physically, Pinker's demonic spirit escapes...and begins another bloody crime spree.
Master of horror, Wes Craven, directs this exciting visual treat which introduces a diabolical mass murderer who harnesses electricity for unimaginable killing powers. About to be electrocuted for a catalog of heinous crimes, the unrepentant Horace Pinker (Mitch Pileggi) transforms into a terrifying energy source. Only young athlete, Jonathan Parker (Peter Berg), with an uncanny connection to Pinker through bizarre dreams, can fight the powerful demon. The two dive in and out of television programs, chasing each other from channel to channel through stunning scenes of disaster, game shows and old reruns. A blend of dazzling special effects, jolting humor and an electrifying soundtrack, Shocker is an ironic tale of terror and madness in the video age.
Wes Craven directs this blend of special effects, jolting humor and an exhilarating soundtrack that portrays a mass murderer who harnesses electricity for unimaginable killing powers.
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