Ken Del Vecchio, Jeff Davis (executive), Larry Rosen (associate), Jamie White (associate), Suzi Lorraine (associate), Stephanie Tonnon (associate), Beth Rosen (co), Francine Del Vecchio (co) for Justice for All Productions
directed by Dylan Bank
starring Robert Bogue, Rachael Robbins, Dustin Diamond, Ken Del Vecchio, Kim Allen, Eric Roberts, Robert Loggia, Charles Durning, Suzi Lorraine, Angela Little, Thea Vidale, Kirk Ponton, Robert Leeshock, Frank Giglio, Nina Transfeld, Bob Jaffe, Michael Rivera, Jamie White, Dre Davis, Jade Lane, Jeffrey Johns, Jim Mendrinos, Isabel Ramírez, Penelope Lagos, Deirdre Lorenz, Jose Hernandez jr, Kevin Coyle, Beth Rosen, Ali Ali, Rich Lounello, Randy Pearce, Mick Angel, Dylan Bank, Michael Borao, Caiti Boylan, Francis Brooke, Steven Heid, Lisa Pearl, William Tierney, Morgan Weinstein, Rafaela Ochoa, Michael Power
story by Ken Del Vecchio, screenplay by Ken Del Vecchio, Rachael Robbins, music by Kenneth Lampl, Darren Tate, visual effects by Alan Banis
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Sarah (Suzi Lorraine) has been accused for selling stolen goods, but
judge Limone (Robert Bogue) shows leniency and lets her off the hook -
upon which she invites him over to her house for dinner and maybe more ...
but little did she expect that the judge and her own defense lawyer Clara
(Rachael Robbins) would interprete this as an invitation to brutally gut
and dismember her, then have sex over her dead body ...
You see, Limone
and Clara are, while both well-respected by their peers, serial killers
who feel so superior over everyone else that they don't even question
their decision to kill for their own pleasure, in their own perverted (and
always changing) ways. Plus, they have made it a game by choosing their
victims by their professions.
Now of course, the whole killing spree is
soon a case for the FBI, and agent Guthro (Eric Roberts) soon has his best
men working on the job, psychic Dewayne (Dustin Diamond), who can only
"see" things though when he fondles his medium (Thea Vidale),
and agent Truman (Ken Del Vecchio), a super-intelligent yet completely
arrogant mute and wheelchair-bound investigator who talks to others
through his sign language interpreter agent Templeton (Kim Allen), who he
is happy to call his "sperm bucket".
Both agents are on the
trail of Limone and Clara pretty soon, but Limone soon sees to it that
they are thrown off scent by having one of "their" murders
committed by someone else, a doctor who has actually killed before but
whom Limone has released on a technicality.
However, especially agent
Truman's arrogance vexes Limone, since he's used to be the most arrogant
man in the room, so it's only a matter of time before he and Clara make a
mistake - but with a couple as ruthless and violent as them, will even the
FBI have the means to stop them?
Now one thing up front, Scavenger
Killers is not for those with a weak stomach, the murder scenes are
all quite graphic and quite shocking in their sheer inventiveness - but
that said, the film is anything but just another trip to the
slaughterhouse, it's an extremely well-written movie full of
well-developed and colourful characters, plenty of dark humour, and even
in the violent scenes, there's always a twinkle in the eye. And add to
that a directorial effort that's suitably subtle to grant the story center
stage, and a great ensemble cast, and you've got a great movie.
review © by Mike Haberfelner
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