The Mutilation Man
Derek Cole, Shane Cole, Jon Gale (co), Stephen Twardokus (co) for CRC Digital Entertainment, Masked Films
directed by Shane Cole, Derek Cole
starring Stephen Twardokus, Sabrina Carmichael, Jon Gale, Jamie Seibert, Ed Cole, Denise Gossett, Paul Zurcher, Shane Cole, Derek Cole, Richard Loiwe, Russ Kobrin, Sean Hughes, Anthony J.Rickert-Epstein, Chase Zenter, Taylor Zenter, Casey Delich, Shelly Cole, Jessica Lowe, Meg Lynn, Steven Cole
story by Derek Cole, Shane Cole, screenplay by Derek Cole, music by H. Anton Riehl, digital effects by Keith Dennis
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Roy (Stephen Twardokus) and Jessica (Sabrina Carmichael) have a
wonderful anniversary together, which ends with them having beautiful sex
... and on the next morning, they find themselves tied to chairs in their
garage. A masked man with a toolbox is keeping them company, and the fact
that he's masked, doesn't say a word, and his toolbox contains many sharp
tools isn't exactly a good omen, is it?
At first though, the masked man
isn't really doing anything, he even leaves Roy and Jessica alone in the
garage for longer stretches of time, during which they make several
(futile) escape attempts. When the masked man finds out though, he strikes
back with a vengeance, like screwing both of Roy's legs to a piece of
wood, or cutting some skin out of Jessica's face, or cutting a piece out
of hter leg and forcing Roy to eat it.
At some point, Roy's colleague
Ted (Ed Cole) drops by, but he is killed by the masked man before he can
even begin to grasp what's going on.
Finally, the masked man reveals his
identity: He's Malcolm Hayes, the younger brother Roy and some friends
killed in a drunken accident 15 years ago, and now he wants revenge ...
here to open the Spoiler Pop-up!
low budget thriller that finds just about the right balance between
suspense and ultra-violence, that does its best to stay away from genre
formulas, and that does feature a bunch of interesting characters for a
change (anything but a given in genre filmmaking).
On the downside of
course, the film is almost free atmosphere that transcends pure tension
and suspense, but given its very tight, well-paced script, that's only a
Pretty nice, actually!