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The Burning Moon (1997)

The Burning Moon
5.8 Rating
(9 ratings)
4.8 IMDB rating

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Beate Neumeyer

Beate Neumeyer

Julia Sanders
Bernd Muggenthaler

Bernd Muggenthaler

Cliff Parker
Ellen Fischer

Ellen Fischer

Linda Sanders
Alfons Sigllechner

Alfons Sigllechner

Vater
Barbara Woderschek

Barbara Woderschek

Schwester
Helmut Neumeyer

Helmut Neumeyer

Chris
Andrea Arbter

Andrea Arbter

Prostituierte / Vergewaltigtes Mädchen / Folterknecht
Herbert Holzapfel

Herbert Holzapfel

Großvater


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"Bedtime Stories from Hell"

5 years, 2 months ago at Jan 20 21:19
German splatter films are certainly not for everyone. Most of them are shot on video with a miniscule budget, amateur acting, weak plots, and bad lighting. But you don’t watch German splatter for its production value or character development. You watch it for one thing, and one thing only – the extreme gore (and maybe the unintentional laughs provided by the bad acting and often horrendous dub... read more
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The Burning Moon centers on two bedtime stories that a delinquent brother reads his kid sister. These disturbingly morbid stories focus on a serial killing blind date and a murderous, psychotic priest. Written by Ryan Keberly {rkeberl@cms.cc.wayne.edu}
Release date: 26 February 1999
Horror (2), 1992 (2), Splatter (1), German (1), Foreign Language (1), Anthology (1), Gore (1), Disturbing (1), Hell (1)
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"The worst movie I've ever seen. The quality is atrocious, the effects look like crap (well, at least it's not CGI), the story is nonsense & the acting is horrible. Olaf Ittenbach is a much worse director than Uwe Boll & Michael Bay. I highly recommend NOT watching it. "


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"Dir: Olaf Ittenbach Germany"


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"Olaf Ittenbach (1992)"


Hexenkult posted a review 5 years, 2 months ago

"Bedtime Stories from Hell"

“German splatter films are certainly not for everyone. Most of them are shot on video with a miniscule budget, amateur acting, weak plots, and bad lighting. But you don’t watch German splatter for its production value or character development. You watch it for one thing, and one thing only – the extreme gore (and maybe the unintentional laughs provided by the bad acting and often horrendous dubbing or subtitling). Of course, with the ultra-low budgets the gore can sometimes come out looking like a Herschell Gordon Lewis film; but that’s not a bad thing in my opinion.

BURNING MOON was directed by Olaf Ittenbach, a major player in the German splatter scene, having directed 11 films. His most acclaimed and well known film is PREMUTOS. Unfortunately, his first attempt at interna” read more

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"Dir: Olaf Ittenbach Germany"