Raymond Did It
Michael Chowanski, Phyllis Legge Gallisath, Jeff Holtz, Emily Martinez, Scott Steen, Nick Hotalling, Travis Legge (executive), Tim Stotz (executive), Robert J. Williams (executive) for Plastic Age Productions
directed by Travis Legge
starring Elissa Dowling, Steven Lee Edwards, Lindsay Felton, Jessica Palette, Jake Skiba, Ty Yaeger, Kyle Hoskins, Linda Cieslik, Trent Harr, Sara Honchar, Dane Hysmith, Valerie Meachum, Patricia Raven, Victoria Lachelle Sullivan, Sam Swanson, Kindred Sweeney, Ian Zander, Jeannie Hayes (voice)
written by Travis Legge, music by Nathan M. Schilz, special effects by Joey Grimmett, special makeup effects by Michael Hallgren, Travis Legge
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Raymond (Kyle Hoskins) has always been a retard, so when 13 year old
Paige (Patricia Raven) kills his brother (Trent Harr), she doesn't have
any difficulties blaming it on Raymond, and persuading her friends to back
her up. Only Tammy (Victoria Lachelle Sullivan) sticks with Raymond, but
Paige's the queen bitch of the block, so it isn't really a big issue to
have him committed to the loonie bin for life ...
6 years later: Raymond
has managed to break out of the asylum, and now he starts to kill his way
through those who accused him of killing his brother - but Paige (now
played Elissa Dowling) is still the one pulling the strings, so before too
many get murdered, she sees to it that he is killed and his body is dumped
... sure, they should have gone to the police, but the stash of drugs
Paige's boyfriend Simon (Ty Yaeger) keeps in his house says otherwise.
Problem solved, right?
Not quite. You see, Paige and company are not
really trained at killing people, so Raymond "survives" his
death, thanks also to Tammy (now played by Lindsay Felton), who has never
stopped being his friend ... and now Raymond comes after Paige with more
than a vengeance! Oh, and while he's at it, he mustn't forget his mother,
who has disowned him believing some neighbourhood kids rather than her own
Basically, Raymond Did It is a typical slasher,
but turned onto its head. Sure, there's a homicidal maniac running loose,
but the audience is actually made to understand his rage. His victims on
the other hand are spineless teens led by super-scheming Paige (a great
performance by Elissa Dowling) who you're almost led to think deserve to
die. And die they do in some very inventive and gruesome ways (some of it
has to be seen to be believed). Now add to this a subtle enough
directorial effort, quite a bit suspense but also quite a bit of humour
often sorely missing from genre entries, and you've got yourself a pretty
Oh, and if this has at all gotten you interested and you
really need to see this movie right now, watch it for free on the
director's own website: http://www.aegisstudios.com/film