Doug Gerber, Caleb Pennypacker, Stephen Saveski (executive) for Facepuncher Films
directed by Doug Gerber, Caleb Pennypacker
starring Kevin Kenny, Samantha Bogach, Jamie Greco, James Quall, Mark Hunt, Brandon Ropati, Dave Henderson, Mary-Kate Eckman, Nick Maltes, Abraham Bobo, Doug Gerber, Djinn, Debbie, Ariela Arnon, Marcial Urena, Preston Lawrence, Richie Blackwood
written by Doug Gerber, Caleb Pennypacker, music by Cat Piss Clothes, Caleb Pennypacker
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He (Kevin Kenny) has been homeless for such a long time, it's doubtful
he even remembers his name. He has certainly forgotten what is's like to
be a human, so these days he wanders the streets of New York City,
delibertately shitting his pants in front of everybody, smearing his face
with shit, mutilating himself (especially his penis), and on the occasions
he does talk, only madness comes out of his mouth, endless ramblings it's
doubtful he even understands himself.
There is a reason why he has lost
touch with reality, many moons ago he was beaten to a pulp by a group of
homeless-hating skinheads, and apparently he has never recovered from that
experience ... but in the merciless city that NYC is, he's just one among
the many many homeless roaming the streets, a part of the populace society
turns a blind eye to - which is exactly what makes our hero come and go
unseen, and that's a good thing, too, because his experiences with society
at large have turned him into a merciless killer, gutting his victims in
broad daylight and on busy streets even.
Eventually, out hero meets
Maryann (Samantha Bogach), a lovely girl that works as a barker at a
comedy club, and watching her from afar, he fantasizes about a normal life
and a normal relationship with her - but when she sees his (literally)
shit-covered appearance, she almost panics ... which leaves him with just
one way to get her ...
Crazy Murders is definitely not a
film for everyone, as it's really disturbing in both subject and approach,
it's deeply disturbing and makes you see things you cannot make unseen -
but if I'm not totally mistaken, this was the entire point of the movie,
to take you into the insane nightmare world of its protagonist, who might
be insane ... but in a strange way, he also deserves pity and
understanding (however hard this may seem to the audience) - and that
said, don't get me wrong, there's nothing in the film to justify the guy's
actions in the least, but being in his head long enough one might at least
start to see what he does through different eyes. That said, not everybody
will be up for the challenge to see the world through this guy's eyes -
but if you can you might find some reward in doing so ...