New Jersey Stage 2015 - Issue 10 - Page 48

cover the corpses of her loved ones as her uncle tries to stab her with a butcher knife. Cornell was a likable presence and the film would have been better had she been the central figure rather than killed off at the film’s outset. Alan Howarth’s score is below par compared to his pre- vious work and reaches a new low with the Three Stooges style theme he lays over scenes featuring a pair of bungling cops. Predictably, the movie was a flop, both commercially and critically, and the series would lie dormant for the next six years. Predictably, the movie was a flop, both commercially and critically, and the series would lie dormant for the next six years. 1 star out of 5 NewJerseyStage.com 2015 - ISSUE 10 48