Kane Hodder gave what is widely considered to be one of the best performances of Jason Voorhees ever. After that, he played Victor Crowley, a slasher figure, in Adam Green’s film Hatchet. This marked his return to the horror genre. Hodder makes his appearance as Goatface, yet another masked assailant, in the new film Kill Her Goats.
The film is “Bloody-Stunning” in 4K Ultra HD with zero computer-generated imagery and just live-action and archival footage used for the rest of the effects. The picture, which was shot entirely on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, will be distributed in the unusual 2.39:1 anamorphic widescreen format. A lot of Playmates and hotties will try to escape from West Craven, but the slogan “No Body is Safe” doesn’t bode well for them. There is no mistaking Wolsh’s admiration for the late great Wes Craven; the picture is set in the made-up town of West Craven.
Audra’s graduation gift is her dream house, but it soon becomes a living nightmare when some uninvited guests come to her homecoming party who aren’t very subtle about the fact they don’t approve of the home’s new owner.
It appears that Hodder’s appearance in Don’t Kill Her Goats as a goat head makes for a thrilling ride. Oh, and he also has a double-sided chainsaw.
Have you seen the trailer for Kill Her Goats? Do you plan on getting a copy of this film to watch Goatface in action?
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