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USA 2023
produced by
Monte Light, Neal Tyler, Susan Light, James Cullen Bressack (executive), Valentina Cau (executive), Mario Niccolò Messina (executive) for Sandaled Kid Productions, American Courtyard Productions, Atomic Finch Productions
directed by Monte Light
starring Autumn Lee (= Genevieve Thomas), Autumn Ivy, Joe Altieri, Justin Michael Terry, Helene Udy, Michaela Ivey, Matthew De Vine
story by Monte Light, Cooper Holmes, Neal Tyler, screenplay by Monte Light, music by Mac Light

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Mia (Autumn Lee) and Ivy (Autumn Ivy) run a true-crime podcast together, a show that has a special edge to it because Mia is the only one of the Bittertooth Killer's victims who has actually survived. Sure, she was left mentally scarred after having been brutally raped and then left for dead at age 16, but she's still alive, and with her and Mia's show she actually feels she's making a difference. The Bittertooth Killer has never been captured by the way, and his identity is up to anyone's guess ... and enter Flint Dawes (Justin Michael Terry), who claims his father David (Joe Altieri) is the notorious murderer, and he has actually some at least circumstantial evidence. Now Mia needs a little convincing while Ivy wants to turn this new relevation into a ten part series on their podcast on the spot. Thing is, Flint is actually Ivy's secret lover, and his motive to tarnish his father's reputation is he wants to get his hands on dad's property - and Ivy's more than happy to help him with that, even helps him with making the argument to Mia. After all, it's good for their show's ratings and it will give Mia some closure. And Flint's circumstantial evidence might be in no way conclusive, but it's solid enough to at least assume that David might be the Bittertooth Killer. So the girls pay David's farm a visit when they assume him out - only to walk right into a trap, as David indeed proves to be the Bittertooth Killer. And Flint might have had other motives to lure the girls to the farm than pure greed ...

Genre vereran Helene Udy plays Mia's mother.


A pretty mean piece of horror cinema - and mean in the best possible way, as it by the by blurs the lines between good and evil, so much so that towards the finale the film seems to shift protagonists ever so often, which is of course totally in line with the fact that the movie builds up and then totally subverts audience expectations via some intelligent and unexpected plottwists. But that this works is due to a well-structured screenplay, peopled by well fleshed out characters, and carried by a genre savvy directorial effort and a very solid cast - all of which of course results in one pretty cool genre movie.


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