On the hunt for a maniacal serial killer, a detective trying to keep his marriage in order is unable to track down the heartbroken man out killing other women after having his heart broken, and forces him to rely on help from an unlikely source in the form of a guardian angel to put a stop to the rampage. This one was enjoyable enough for what it was. Among the more enjoyable aspects present is the fact that the overall setup involving the woman's spirit reborn as an avenging angel makes for some great times here. Managing to offer up a great twist to her own personal beliefs and generate a great motivation to help the detective carry out his investigation by assisting him to look for clues to the identity of the guilty party. The secondary motive of her being able to psychically torment him into trying to kill himself is a fine addition to the storyline by making his deteriorating mental state far more obvious and causing him to potentially slip up in the course of his rampage. As well, this one also manages to work somewhat nicely with the actual scenes of his stalking and killing his victims. The opening attack on the girlfriend works nicely as a nice shocking start to things while the daylight stalking of the victim through the streets into the alleyway has a lot to like about it. Likewise, the sudden outbursts where he kills the prostitute or the confrontation in the motel room where everything is sprung on him and it turns into a pretty shocking and gruesome sequence that ends everything on a downer note creates a big impression at this time. Overall, with a solid indie-flavored tone these are what hold the film up overall. There are some problems with the film. One of the issues here is a rather underwhelming and not that interesting premise for the killings to start, accomplished by having the killer undergo a troubling break-up and sets out to ease the pain from the situation. Not only is this hackneyed and way too clichéd it doesn't cause any fear at all from the killer but feels cheap and is a somewhat underwhelming cop-out. The other issue here are the investigation scenes with the detective who just simply stands around at crime scenes, beats up his wife for thinking she's being unfaithful or not actually putting the clues together which are quite obvious what's going on and who's doing the killing, making for a heavily flawed part of the film. Rated Unrated/R: Graphic Violence and Graphic Language.
Enter the twisted and surreal world of Interment - where nothing is as it seems and no one is safe. Writer/director Sean Murray delivers this blood soaked tragedy which will leave you ...
February 12, 2021