Ignore for a minute that Death Factory is one of the most unoriginal and amateurish ‘filmed on video’ horror movies ever conceived are released on an unwitting public. There’s no factory! I’ve been known to cut the low-budget flicks a little slack from time to time but I expect a movie called Death Factory to have at least one factory in it! The setting is repeatedly referred to as ‘factory’ but as near as I could tell, this flick should have been titled ‘3 Death Rooms and a Death Hallway’.Featuring a cast of actors you’ve never heard of (and never will again) and a plot so familiar that it defies description, Death Factory sees a half-dozen teenaged morons visiting an old abandoned ‘factory’. All but one gets killed and I swear that’s it. No subplots, no ‘twists’ to make something this tired somehow seem fresh (aside from the hilariously wretched acting performances) and certainly no real reason for horror fans to part with three bucks.
The slasher on board is a metal-mouthed female blood freak who wears long wires on her hand and painful-looking blue contacts in her eyes. She dispatches each moron as they wander into the hallway and somehow always ends up with blood all over her face. The kill scenes are delivered in a gorily lingering style that might prove entertaining were the special effects not so awful.
If you and your friends find poor dialogue terribly delivered the peak of all things entertaining, then by all means give Death Factory a look.Horror fans will enjoy about 3 minutes of random gore and bare knockers - and nothing more.