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Get Gone

USA 2019
produced by
Michael Thomas Daniel, Chris Oneliner, DJ Dodd, Mark David, Emanuele Moretti, Joseph Shelley (executive), Michael Cowan (executive) for Sweet Nelly Productions, Cleopatra Entertainment
directed by Michael Thomas Daniel
starring Lin Shaye, Robert Miano, Weston Cage Coppola, Rico E. Anderson, Emily Shenaut, Bailey Coppola, Adam Bitterman, Cory Crouser, Brittany Benita, Luke B. Carlson, Bradley Stryker, Caitlin Stryker, Tristan David Luciotti, Cord Adams, Stefan Hayek, Gwyn LaRee, Joel Macha, Michael McBee, Silvia Spross, John Henry Whitaker
written by Michael Thomas Daniel, music by Night Jay

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Back in the day, ranger Don Maxwell (Robert Miano) has claimed a patch of the woodlands his own after being fired, has married Mama (Lin Shaye), and the two had two sons, Patton (Weston Cage Coppola) and Apple (Bailey Coppola), who were malformed and mentally challenged though due to poisoned water. They lived in peace for many years, but now a fracking company wants to take over their lands, and they're up in arms - and Patton and Apple soon enough take a liking for killing.

Grant (Bradley Stryker) leads a team (Emily Shenaut, Cory Crouser, Brittany Benita, Luke B. Carlson, Caitlin Stryker, Tristan David Luciotti) specialized in busting fake videos on the internet, and as a teambuilding exercise he has hired guice and teambuilding guru Craig Eubanks (Adam Bitterman) to take them to a camping trip near the land of the Maxwells - also to debunk a popular myth about the family, but he doesn't tell that to anyone. Suffice to say, he and his team soon fall prey to the Maxwells, who have by now licked blood and react increasingly hostile against trespassers.

Caught between everything is Ranger Rico (Rico E. Anderson), who doesn't support the work of the frackers at all, but has to help their cause inasmuch as the Maxwells live on their land illegally. So eventually, and especially in the light of their killings, he has to face the Maxwells - well knowing that the outcome will be bloody ...


Get Gone is by no means the reinvention of the wheel - but in all honesty, slasher movies rarely are or set out to be. And that off the table, Get Gone is a very effective backwoods shocker, with rather creepy killers, all the kills in the right places, some interesting characters on both sides of good and evil, and a really tense structure to keep one on the edge of one's seat throughout. And add to that a slick directorial effort and a solid cast, and you're in for some cool genre entertainment.


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