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Exit 33

USA 2011
produced by
Raymond Koza, Todd Brunswick, Tommy Brunswick, Norman Koza (executive) for Norman Koza Productions, Atomic Devil Entertainment
directed by Tommy Brunswick
starring Kane Hodder, Antoinette Nikprelaj, Jerry Reid, Maria Hildreth, Paul Elia, April Canning, Christian Koza, Virginia Bryant, John Anton, Lon Tedder, Tim Cole, Eddie Koza, Josh Tobias, Julian Beberaeel, Kostadn Michajlvski, Sonya Warrick
story by Norman Koza, screenplay by Norman Koza, Mark Myers, music by Bill Alton, Daniel D.Smith, special effects by Rochelle Kneisely-Fisher

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Former classmates Angie (Antoinette Nikprelaj) and Eva (Maria Hildreth) have decided to race each other to their class reunion, and to beat the respective other to the bunch, they both decide to take a shortcut via exit 33, a shortcut that leads through the center of nowhere, and right by Ike's (Kane Hodder) gas station - and Ike is a deeply troubled man, he likes to capture women and gouge out their eyes, and since he doesn't want to have eyeless women running around all over the place, he kills his respective victims, often skinning them as well and working their meat into his jerky.

Of course, both Angie and Eva fall prey to Ike, and even though they do their best to escape the monster, they haven't got a chance. It's hunting season though, and quite a number of hunters stop by Ike's place as well, many of whom find out what he's up to - but Ike, aided by his little son (Christian Koza), has little problems taking all of them out.

Why does he do it though?

Well, Ike once had a wife (Virginia Bryant), and Ike was a hunter, but not only that, Ike also was an alcoholic, and in a highly intoxicated state he once shot his wife through the eye by accident and thus killed her. The boy, their son is all that's left of her, and he's only a spirit because the wife was still pregnant with him when she died. But to atone for his sin of killing her, Ike now collects eyes to replace hers ...

But what about Angie and Eva, will they be saved?

Well, Angie has a boyfriend, Matt (Jerry Reid), who wanted to surprise her at the class reunion and propose to her. When going there, Matt also took the shortcut via Exit 33, and somewhere in the middle of nowhere, he found Angie's empty car. Only, Matt made the mistake of returning to Ike's gas station for help ...


Exit 33 is a slasher film that without a doubt has its moments: Its outbursts of violence are just as effective as they're supposed to be, it does contain carefully built up scenes of suspense, the occasional ironic twist doesn't hurt either, and the revelation of Ike's story is haunting enough.

That said though, Exit 33 isn't exactly a great film: Basically it's just a collection of episodes of Ike capturing, torturing or killing someone, and the episodes are barely interwoven, the characters (apart from Ike) are only shoddily set up and fade into and out of the film's attention a few times too often to properly identify with them, and the film's ending seems to come at random and doesn't at all seem to be satisfying.

That all said though, the film is still perfectly watchable, entertaining and scary, just don't expect a masterpiece.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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