- Nox 2019
4th Floor Pictures
directed by Ryan Cavalline
starring Adam Berasi, Vic Badger, Pamela Sutch, Eric Lane, Rebecca Anderson, Eddie Benevich, Angie Guido, Ed Gerg, Sam Hoyle, Jamie Pullman, Tanya Schlimm, Kevin Gillespie, Desiree, Sammie Sparks, Orchid Strand, Jill Mitchell, Krista Losey, Joel D.Wynkoop, Yvonne Petit, Ron Bonk, Phil Herman, Ron Ford
written by Ryan Cavalline, music by Keith Hammer, Blitzkid, special effects by Chamber of Horrors
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Mike (Adam Berasi) is in the process of writing the definitive book on
serial killers - a bubject that fascinates him ever since he has hired
neighbourhood serial killer Herman (Eddie Benevich) to kill his wife. Then
though, a serial killer (Vic Badger) - who has the weird habit of talking
to a severed foot in a box - kidnaps and kills his agent (Rebecca
Anderson) and kidnaps his daughter ... and somehow, the serial killer
obviously tries to attract the attention of Mike, because he sends him
videos of all his victims tied to a chair in the nude telling their
stories before he kills them.
Thing is, the serial killer isn't even
real but only in Mike's mind, and Mike has killed all of these women
himself - and then some people, like everybody who ever paid him avisit -
and he has gotten so off the hook he ultimately even kills his daughter.
Because you know, investigating serial killers has really gotten to Mike,
and has gotten the better of him ...
One simply cannot deny -
the basic concept of this film is pretty interesting, and quite a few
scenes are suitably creepy. Unfortunately though, the film as a whole is
less than a masterpiece, hampered by a bland directorial effort, a lack of
narrative highlights, an absence of suspense scenes, and a rather
uninvolving central performance by Adam Berasi.
And why does that guy,
who is a writer, write one of his future victims a note saying "your
dead" when he actually means to say "you're dead"? Now I'm
not generally picky about grammar and such things, but remember, this
guy's a writer, ao he should know.
Still, despite the lack of
spell-check and all that, there are way worse ways to spend an hour and a