An Hour to Kill
Aaron K. Carter, Jacob Harlow for Rotten Productions
directed by Aaron K. Carter
starring Mel Novak, Frankie Pozos, Aaron Guerrero, Vince Kelvin, Arash Dibazar, Anthony Peter Robinson, Dolph Castrillo, James Hazley, Dante Denicola, Paul Anderson, Anthony Richard Pagliaro, Norman Hayes, Veronica Ricci, Jeff Rector, Amanda Rau, Jola Cora, Stephanie Strehlow, Alexya Garcia, Sarah Gordy, Kevin C. Beardsley, Brendan Mitchell, Gabriel Mercado, Luna Meow, Brian Reagan, Marcus Pearce, Cal Alexander, Joe McQueen, Michael Camp, Chris Morris, Kwas, Dante DeNicola, Aaron K. Carter
written by Aaron K. Carter, Ronnie Jimenez, music by Jonathan Price, Anthony Robinson, Dolph Castrillo
Seasoned hitman Gio (Aaron Guerrero) and rookie Frankie (Frankie Pozos)
are sent after super-baddie Arash (Arash Dibazar) for a hit, but when
something goes wrong, their boss Mr Kinski (Mel Novak) comes to suspect
Frankie for a snitch, and he orders Gio to execute him - in an hour, no
sooner. Of course, Frankie's not aware of this, and Gio, not to make him
suspicious or anything, involves his partner in a long conversation during
which they tell one another very macabre stories, and not all of them
- There's the story of five girls (Amanda Rau, Jola Cora, Stephanie
Strehlow, Alexya Garcia, Sarah
Gordy) making their way to a secret Nazi bunker - only to be killed by
some Nazi offspring (Kevin C. Beardsley) ...
- Two competitive eaters
(Brendan Mitchell, Gabriel Mercado) try to eliminate the competition
with special peppers ...
- A trio of redneck bowlers
(Kevin C. Beardsley, Michael Camp, Chris Morris) welcome their black
new partner (Joe McQueen) into their team by some particularly
gruesome hazing that involves - and pretty much literally backfires
A very interesting little
anthology as for once this is very much a genre bender - from
Tarantino-inspired gangster fare to gross-out comedy and primal slasher -
and a movie that actually puts a lot of effort in its framing story,
making it not just a hanger but the actual attraction of the movie. And
while at times the low budget might shine through in this film, it's also
sure to entertain a large audience range with at least some of its
contents due to its eclectib nature in both story and approach. Plus, the
punchline of the whole thing is really lots of fun!
review © by Mike Haberfelner
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