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The Housewife Slasher

USA 2012
produced by
Christopher Leto, Mayber T. Caicedo, Sean Donohue (executive), Sam Der (executive) for Reaper Films, MTCine Productions
directed by Christopher Leto
starring Andrea Alfonso, Erin Cline, Howard Washington, Adam McManus, Sarai Sharkey, Melody Colina, Jenny Casey, Jamie Eckhart, Gary B. Gross, Mark William Myers, Anthony Wayne, Dave Weiss, Thomas Leyva, Mike Duffau, Gustavo Perez, Hank Mastermaker, Autumn Boisvert, James Jedrek, Marlie Lander, Mason Lander, Beux Leto, Sergio Merconchini, Mark O'Brien, Slammin Sammy, Reeze Trafficante, Kimberly Webb, Patrick Weston
written by Mike Lees, music by Chad Piche, visual effects by Jennifer Lander

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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It's the suburban neighbourhood everybody wants to live in: Sunshine every day, everybody's got his own garden and swimming pool, everybody looks gorgeous, the men have good jobs, the women are spoilt housewives, and nobody has a care in the world ... that is, until Kimberly Jennings (Jamie Eckhart) is found killed. Now Kimberly, a sexy and voluptuous girl of 18 years, was the favourite babysitter of the neighbourhood, and her rather open attitude ... well, just connect the dots! Now the scene of the murder (a motel room) and the rather random choice of murder weapon suggest that Kimberly was killed by her lover - or one of them, anyways ...

When detectives Kent (Howard Washington) and Allen (Adam McManus) start to investigate, they soon zero in on a quintet of housewives (Andrea Alfonso, Erin Cline, Sarai Sharkey, Melody Colina, Jenny Casey) and their respective husbands (Mark William Myers, Tom Leyva, Anthony Wayne, David Weiss, Mike Duffau), who apparently all sleep around with their spouses knowing. And when one of the housewives (Melody Colina) is found murdered too, in another love nest aka motel room, only hours after Kimberly's death, that's too much of an coincidence, so her husband (David Weiss) has to be the murderer ... right?

Well, wrong, because another housewife (Jenny Casey) is murdered while he's still at the police for questioning - and the two-killer-theory is really just something the police makes up to cover up its inefficiency in the case.

Well, before long, more housewives die (and some of their husbands, too), and despite Kent and Allen's best efforts, the police bungles up time and again and stands in its own way more often than not ... and the true identity of the killer is almost more shocking than his crimes ...


A serial killer movie that's old-fashioned in the best meaning of the word: Because it doesn't rely solely on spectacle, doesn't go the "postmodern" route of re-interpreting things that work best when left alone, tries to overwhelm genre fans with genre hommages or tries to randomly cross genre boundaries because they're there. Instead the film concentrates to tell its story, a classic murder mystery that might not be 100% original but is brought to life by its well-structured story, fleshed-out characters and its very smooth and subtle directorial effort alike.

So, old-fashioned - ok, I give you that, but in regard to this film, there's nothing wrong with that!!!



review © by Mike Haberfelner


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