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Deadly Famous
Head Shot

USA 2014
produced by
Eric Troop, Jim Lane, Greg Munsell (executive) for Drive-In Movies
directed by Eric Troop, Jim Lane
starring Daniel O'Meara, Jackie Moore, Eric Roberts, Tiffany Adams, Brett R. Miller, Anthony Powers, Ria Huang, Melissa Sims, Ash Hollywood, Mark McCleese, Stephanie Girard, Stephanie Jones, Talulah Brown, Juliette Beavan, Dawn Vaugn, Talita Maia, Daniel Van Thomas, Ella Herman, Joelle Georgeff, Paul Brown, Ali Weber
written by Eric Troop, Jim Lane, music by Kevin Haskins, Fontana, Eric Troop, Drew Martinez, special effects by Lior Molcho, Brian Barnett, visual effects by Aron Hjartarson, Dylan Kimbrell

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Somewhere in Hollywood, CA: Pamela (Jackie Moore) couldn't be happier when she learns her new landlord Alan (Daniel O'Meara) is a veteran actor, and one who takes an interest in her young career even, starts to mentor her out of pure friendship. Sure, his methods are unorthodox, but she trusts him and takes a liking in him - only as a friend though. Thing is, Alan is not a perfectly good guy: Not only is he perfectly washed out as actor and weirds out all casting directors across town with his constant narcissist attacks and his failure to do even very simple readings. As balance for this, he puts casting calls up on the internet, only to either freak out the girls who answer ... or he even murders them, and in very brutal ways, too. Pamela though is safe from his attacks ... well, until she gets a role in a soap opera behind his back, and introduces him to her boyfriend Seth (Brett R. Miller) - upon which all hell breaks loose in Alan, emotionally ...

Everybody's fave Eric Roberts plays an entertainingly broad parody of himself as Alan's cocaine-obsessed best friend.


Deadly Famous is a mean little film, and not all murders in it are easy to stomach - though it's often what's not shown but only suggested (like Alan's cannibalistic urges) that's even more disturbing. But that said, Deadly Famous is more than just your typical gross-out shocker, it's actually well-structured enough to invite us into Alan's head for a bit, does outbalance its gruesomeness with bits of comedy and the like, and not only does Daniel O'Meara really carry the movie with his performance, he also has great chemistry with Jackie Moore that's really needed to properly engage the audience.

Cool movie ... but pretty creepy all the same!


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