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The Burning Moon (1992)

Horror | 99 minutes
3,06 39 votes

Genre: Horror

Duration: 99 minuten

Country: Germany

Directed by: Olaf Ittenbach

Stars: Andrea Arbter, Ellen Fischer and Ronald Fuhrmann

IMDb score: 5,2 (1.264)

Releasedate: 26 February 1992


The Burning Moon plot

"When the moon is full, the blood tide rises."

The Burning Moon consists of two stories that a brother tells his younger sister before going to sleep. The first morbid story is about a serial killer, the second story about a murderous, psychotic priest.

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avatar van BloodyGore


  • 26 messages
  • 53 votes

Bad movie got it on DVD myself!!!

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avatar van Tonypulp


  • 21231 messages
  • 4608 votes

Less than his debut... but of course a German splatter masterpiece! The second story in particular is great. Not only is it full of simple actors (many times worse than the first story), but in terms of effects it goes towards the level of Premutos. That is clearly a film made in line with this one. How he converts a basement into a true splatter hell, where body parts fly around and heads are shot, beaten and drilled in the most sadastic ways. Ittenbach himself this time only in a role for the wrap-around story, but he will stay with him for a long time thanks to that epic earring Would he like to see himself again?!

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