Starring: George Kennedy, Richard Crenna and Nick Mancuso
|Awright! Time to smash the Piñata!|
Despite finding it strange to see a self-running ship, they settle in and tries to find a way to navigate the vessel, all the while stranger things began to happen no sooner as visions of murdered men, ghostly wailing, showers of blood and Nazi propagandas starts to plague them. It isn't too long before they start to thin down one by one and the ill captain began to lose his mind. They have no choice but to get off the ship, but how can they if the living Nazi Kriegsmarine torture ship is hellbent on finishing what it started?
|...So glad I was born in a world of color TV|
Perhaps what makes this film scary is that the act that the ship is heavily influenced by a Nazi concentration camps, where the torments our cast goes through is pure SS torture that rings back to the days of the holocaust and the Captain's descend into madness led him more than willing to throw off anyone for the sake of his ship. The "murders" itself, albeit not gory, makes it up by being unsettling and inventive that it doesn't try to be as "sharp" as the slashers' brand of murders but just as effective and even scarier.
|For the last time, I don't LOVE you!|
1 male snared by the leg with hook and thrown off board, drowns in the sea
1 female strangled
1 female passes out after being bathe in blood, thrown off the ship and drowns in the sea
1 male crushed inside a net full of corpses and drowned in a pool
1 male crushed to death by gears
(a cruise ship full sank after the "Death Ship" crashes it. Also, a number of bodies in various state of decomposition was seen inside a freezer and in one murder scene.)