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Creeper

USA 2014
produced by
Marc Wells for Tunnel 13 Films, PSI Theater Films
directed by Ron Huffstutter
starring Chloe Rosenthal, Levi Anderson, Bloody F. Mess, Kurk Kasparian, Kirsten Cornwall, Twanissa Cox, Melissa Ballard, Sarah Sarganis, Kirk McKenzie, Nicole Carmichael, Dustin Fuentes, Lia Rose Dugal, Sonora Wherling, Lisa Byrne, Maliena BitchCock, Kat Wondergloom, Chantell Munoz, Gabe Hoover, Dan Weale, Elliot Anderson, Wendy Marler
written by Ron Huffstutter, music by Arlo Brooks, songs by The Bloody F Mess Rock Circus, 100 Watt Mind, Blackwitch Pudding, Father Doug, Shuvlhead, special effects makeup by Meghan Cole, Randy Granstrom

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Oliver (Levi Anderson) ... well, how shall I put it, he has problems with women, is not very good at just chatting them up, so he usually visits a local bar and picks out the most drunk girl, buys her a drink or two, takes her home, and ... but that's not to say Oliver's a weakling, when one day a psychotic cabby (Bloody F. Mess) wants to steal the (obviously drunk) woman from him at gunpoint, Oliver shows fighting skills one would have never imagined and ultimately overcomes his adversary despite being outmatched in under a minute.

But don't call Oliver a good guy, either, as the women who enter his house never leave (at least not alive), and he always does drop a lot of black garbage bags at random spots.

Enter Maggie (Chloe Rosenthall), the woman at work Oliver really lusts for but is unable to chat up ... so he admires her from afar, until one evening at his usual dive, she literally stumbles upon him, and before you know it has convinced him to buy her a drink - quite according to his hunting pattern. But he really likes Maggie, and she soon becomes his regular girlfriend ... and the two make such a perfect couple it's utterly boring. Well, for one exception that is, even though he's going steady with Maggie, on days they're not together for whatever reasons, Oliver goes picking up drunk girls at the bar to have his murderous ways with them. Now every couple therapist could tell you that's not going to work out for terribly long ...

 

Creeper is actually a pretty decent horror movie that manages to mix pretty disturbing (if not all that explicite) images with a rather well-told and chilling story, and puts more focus on its characters than its shocks (though they definitely are there), to spin a rather intriguing tale that will hold quite a few surprises even for die-hard genre fans. And add to that a very competent cast, and a directorial effort that finds a good balance between subtlety and the requirement for going all the way, all held together by tight pacing (which might have cut down the movie to 54 minutes, but I rather have it that way), and you've got yourself a pretty nice movie!

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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