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directed by Jared Masters
starring Julia Faye West, Danika Galindo, Art Roberts, Dawna Lee Heising, David Saucedo, Anthony Del Negro, Marylyn Brooks, Jade Bryde, Paul Tirado, Cosondra Sjostrom, Samantha Poole, Jacqueline Larsen, Geo Sargent, Emmanuelle Weisbach, Karlee Norcutt, Jael Lloyd, Mantha Balourdou, Brandy Futch, Mariella Jacqueline, Kamuela Kim, Tristan Alexander
written by Jared Masters, Amanda McAulay, additional dialogue by Randy Masters, music by Distortion Mirrors, Sean Gibson, Emilio Bellu, Miguel Duran, Federico Ferrandina, Sebastian Gilits, Jazz Goa, Kev Grosvenor, Sebastian Herrmann, Kovács Kálmán, Phillip J. Rhoades, Jordan Bush, Music is VFR, Max Meehan, Eddie Pitkeathly, special makeup effects by Manya Ruhl

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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In the small town Wickenhaven, Dale (Art Roberts) and his wife Joan (Dawna Lee Heising) run their tanning salon and next door exotic purse manefacture/shop as one single family business: Their racket's pretty much that Dale lures beautiful young girls into the salon, where he kills them in a variety of ways, then the girls are skinned by their son Aaron (Anthony Del Negro) before stitched together as a trendy handbag by their little daughter Rebekah (Emmanuelle Weisbach) after Joan's designs.

In a seemingly unrelated story, sisters Kayla (Danika Galindo) and Courtney (Marylyn Brooks) come to Wickenhaven because their uncle has died, and being among the heirs, they are to legally ransack the place ... when they stumble upon their Auntie May (Julia Faye West) they have never even heard of, and who freaks them out a bit, even though she tries her best to be super friendly. But once she has just about won the girls over, Courtney learns from her dad (David Saucedo) that they never even had an Aunt May. Dad thus comes over with Kayla and Courtney's little sister Hailey (Jacqueline Larsen) to confront this new "aunt" ... but she has wrapped him around her finger in no time. Too bad though, because May is Joan's sister, and very much a part of the family business - so before you know it, she has killed Courtney (without anyone knowing), has sent Kayla to the tanning salon, stabbed dad, and promised Hailey a new home ... in the tanning salon's basement, where Rebekah makes the handbags. But Kayla's not one to give up on life so easily ...


Slink is a really nice piece of horror that at the same time manages to be reminiscent of grindhouse fare of long gone days and tell a rather original story that manages to think outside the box and weave some tried-and-true genre mainstays together in a very unconventional but totally convincing way. And while the film obviously pays hommage to Texas Chainsaw Massacre and similar films in some scenes, it never comes across as derivative, but is just really good genre entertainment, subtly directed with the occasional violent outburst, and competently acted by a strong ensemble cast. The only issue about this film is its rather sudden ending, actually, but if it's just a teaser for a sequel, I'll take everything back ...


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