JOLLY ROGER: MASSACRE AT CUTTER’S COVE (2005) Reviews and overview


Jolly Roger: Massacre at Cutter’s Cove is a 2005 made-for-TV horror feature film produced by The Asylum, written by Gary Jones and Jeffrey Miller and directed by Jones (Mosquito), and starring Rhett Giles as Jolly Roger.


Jolly Roger comes back from the dead and kills descendants of his crew who mutinied against him 300 years earlier…


“When the pirate kills a girl in a strip club, the surveillance cameras are the exact same footage as the scenes in the movie – multiple camera angles, editing, zooms, etc – except they’re in fuzzy black and white. So much ridiculousness, so little quality.” Haunted Monkey Paw Island

“It may be the best undead pirate flick I’ve ever seen. They were not shy with the blood and guts. Heads rolled here. Heads rolled there. Sometimes, heads just popped straight up. Lots of heads in a dead man’s chest. Jolly Roger even had time to check out a strip club.” Doctor Gore’s Movie review

“Roger, Jolly or not, is a poor excuse to franchise yet another wise-cracking horror icon (see what you did, Freddy Krueger?), and is about as threatening as a piranha with dentures. As for the strippers, they were exceptionally awesome.” Drinkin’ & Drive-In

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