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Blood Riders: The Devil Rides with Us

Canada/Finland 2013
produced by
Kyle Chappell, Lari Teräs (executive) for Laughter Slaughter Films
directed by Lari Teräs
starring Corey Lof, A.J. Morabito, Caitlynne Medrek, Joel Ballanger, Ashley McDonald, Gabriella Lanzillotta, Chris Feltis, Shaun Ferguson, Jonathan Lewis, Samara Stern, Will Conlon, Joe Budic, Dylan Mask, Lesli Brownlee, Rick Cordeiro, Jennifer Polansky, Warren Bentley Short, Greg Munday, Patrick Gagliardi, Jessica Hainer, Iain Robinson, Alexis Korotash, Liliana Berardocco, Bob Legare, Andrew Pinter
written by Lari Teräs, songs by Waster, Chainsaw Lobotomy, Julianna Riolino, Young Wife, Kevin MacLeod, Black Cat Attack, The Ceremonial Snips, Oxtongue, Paper Bag Palace, No Orphans, Northern Primitive, The Black Rainbows, Salvatore J featuring Snowflake, special effects by Holly Mike, Joe Budic

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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It starts with young nerds Janek (Corey Lof) and Kyle (A.J. Morabito) wanting to do something cool one night, so they try to steal a car ... and somehow, jock Dane (Joel Ballanger) and partygirl Zoey (Caitlynne Medrek) get involved, first to only mock the two nerds, but when Janek actually manages to short-circuit the car, he earns a bit of respect. Problem is, there's a dead girl in the trunk of the car ... and in their panic (after all, the car is stolen), our heroes decide to not call the police but a friend (Shaun Ferguson), who's supposed to get rid of the body for them, as he always boasts about what a tough guy he is and about his hood experiences - but once he sees the body, he freaks out, and when he wants to call the cops ... Zoey accidently kills him. So now our heroes have two dead bodies in their trunk - oh, plus a cop (Jonathan Lewis) who's a bit too nosey and whom Zoey kills by accident.

So who in town would be interested in three dead bodies? Nobody but Satanist Mica (Samara Stern) of course, but she asks for our heroic quartet to steal Hitler's mustache from a local Neo Nazi (Will Conlon) - whom Zoey accidently kills in the process (is there a pattern?). Thing is, it soon turns out Mica and her Satanists mean serious business as they want to bring Hitler back to life. Now if they can do it is actually completely besides the point but they sure as hell will sacrifice quite a few humans to try and get there ...


Blood Riders: The Devil Rides with Us is above all else great fun! Sure, the humour is above all else unapologetically dark and macabre, but it's never gross for grossness' sake, but the comedy and plot go hand in hand. Plus, for all its outrageousness, the movie dares to afford itself a few more silent moments allowing its characters to develop as well without ever losing steam - so it's solidly structured and well paced ... and a very able ensemble cast make this a pretty good genre comedy.


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