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A straight-to-video piece low-budget horror. So what you'd expect, full of bad special effects, and slow-paced lacklustre story-line that's been seen a dozen of more times before. Demonic scarecrow rises-up from the dead to take revenge of the ancestors of the man that killed his warlock creator. Oh and it features scream queen Linnea Quigley again, only mentioned in the post before last about the Night Of The Demons.
This is a so-bad-its-bad movie, and one possibly for only the die-hard schlock horror fan. Cheap doesn't cover it. And low-budget is no excuse. I guess what little budget they had was spent getting drunk every night after filming, as there is little other explanation for what they spat onto 16mm celluloid.
All that said though, there is something endearing about this little known piece of horror. Whether that is the comfort that the well trodden clichéd path the story takes, or whether its just a reminder of those halcyon days of watching every horror movie the local video store had on offer, revelling in such horrendous finds as this.