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USA 2020
produced by
Zeus Zamani, Korrina Rico, Lee Kholafai for AZ Film Studios, Eleven Seven Productions
directed by Ali Zamani
starring Korrina Rico, Lee Kholafai, Caylee Cowan, Jonathan 'Lil J' McDaniel, Olga Safari, Tristan Tales, James Allen Brewer, Marik Knight, Olivia Day, Elaine Partnow, John Wallbank, Costas Mandylor, Kev Adams, Madison Bontempo, Kyler Steven Fisher, Kristen Solis, Josefin Nilsson, Hailee Keanna Lautenbach, Courtney Paige, Amanda Paris, Victoria Sophia, Malia Maquera, Gary Daniel Mosher
written by Chris Kato, music by Tori Letzler, special makeup effects by Taci Chenoa Garcia

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Kenny (Tristan Tales) has somehow mislaid the laptop of his music producer friend and boss Calvin (Jonathan 'Lil J' McDaniel) with his latest tracks on it, and he tracks the thing to a neighbourhood he has never been to, and to a nice old lady (Elaine Partnow) who invites him into her house ...

It's later that night and Calvin, his girlfriend Trinity (Olga Safari), and their friends, quarrelling couple Alexa (Korrina Rico) and Matt (Lee Kholafai) and Alexa's addict sister Becca (Caylee Cowan), get a bit worried about Kenny haven't returned, so they track down his movements to the house of that nice old lady where her plastic surgeon son Dr. Cunningham (James Allen Brewer) welcomes them in, invites them to dinner - and drugs them. You see, Cunningham conducts plastic surgery downstairs, in his opinion to make people "more beautiful", but he apparently he is actually more into torturing his "patients", and should he lose some of them during surgery, then he won't waste a second thought about them. And to lure in his victims he not only uses his mother but also his cute kid brother Timothy (Marik Knight) while his big brother Phillip (John Wallbank) is an imposing enough figure to make people stay. So one by one he works on Calvin and company, and while they all try to get away one way or another, it's only Alexa who succeeds by making friends with Timothy - but then she runs into Marcia (Olivia Day), a friendly enough young woman who promises to take her to the police - but instead delivers her to her brother, Dr. Cunningham ...


Now one thing up front, this is not a movie for the faint of heart as it at times gets very visceral and frequently edges terribly close to torture porn - and yet it's much more than just a gore fest, as the film does take its time and effort to build up its characters, does have many macabre spots, and aims for originality in the narrative department. Plus it has all the suspense and shocks, and even some nice plot twists in all the right places. Still of course you might need a strong stomach to enjoy this, but given that this is a pretty solid piece of horror.




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