Angel of Reckoning
Len Kabasinski, Ruth Sprague (associate), Chris Young (associate), Luc Bernier (associate) for KillerWolf Films
directed by Len Kabasinski
starring Jessica Kabasinski, Donna Hamblin, Jasmin St. Claire, Lisa Neeld, Deborah Dutch, Frederick Williams, Jawn Gross, Hunter McKenrick (as Hunter Wieczorek), Khila Freeman, Joseph Mellesh (as Joseph The Beard), Dave Campbell, Luc Bernier, Mark Kosobucki, Kirsten McCain, Andy O'Dell, Tim O'Hearn, Michael Weiss, Len Kabasinski (as Leon South), Steve Brown, Robert Kurek, Herb Kinney, Matt Borczon, Sue Kurek, Bob Dobiesz, Shana Finnegan, Jonah Martin,, Adele Crotty, Jennifer Louise Bardsley, Trish Shallenbarger, Ashley Motea, Ruth Sprague, David DiCola, Franklin O'Neal, Bobby J, Charlie Sutton, Brian Beezub, Bennet Cole, William Sjolinder
written by Len Kabasinski, edited by Chris Young, special effects by Mark Kosobucki, fight choreography by Len Kabasinski (as Leon South)
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Rachel (Jessica Kabasinski) has just returned from military service,
and suffering from PTSD, getting to grips with civilian life hasn't been
easy, despite her girlfriend's (Lisa Neeld) best efforts to get her
settled ... and then Rachel's niece Jamie (Khila Freeman) kills herself as
a sextape her boyfriend Ryan (Hunter McKenrick) has shot of the two of
them has hit the internet and she has been slutshamed, bullied and mobbed.
None of her family knows about the tape but Rachel finds out, and she
finds out squeaky-clean Ryan has actually sold the tape to his drugdealer
(Mark Kosobucki) in exchange for cocaine. From there, Rachel follows the
line all the way to the big boss (Donna Hamblin) responsible for putting
the little film online, a path that introduces her to a wannabe mobster
(Joseph Mellesh) and an especially sleazy pornographer (Jawn Gross), and
that makes her work as a stripper for facade - but ultimately, she sees to
it that vendetta is handed out, gorily. But time's running short, as an
ambitious police detective (Frederick Williams) is on her trail, getting
closer pretty much by the minute, and even though most of the people
Rachel takes out are the scum of earth, murder is murder still ...
fave Deborah Dutch plays a sympathetic stripper.
Reckoning is quite simply a really cool revenge flick, not so much for
its story but for its approach as such that understands the need of
"slow" scenes to give the film its emotional footing, but also
doesn't shy away from sexy bits, grindhouse-style iconography and of
course plenty of action. And add to this a very strong central performance
by Jessica Kabasinski on the back of a very capable ensemble cast, and you've got yourself a
pretty awesome movie!