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Trash Arts Killers: Volume One

UK 2018
produced by
Sam Mason-Bell, Jackson Batchelor, Tony Newton, Hill Burton, Stevie Pearson for Trash Arts
directed by Sam Mason-Bell, Jackson Batchelor, Ryan Edwards, Martyna Madej, Martin W. Payne, Mike Peter Reed
starring Robbie Hampstead, Martin W. Payne, Mark Margason, Arron Thomas Kay, Chris Mills, Alice Mulholland, Michel Du Vagin, Kevin Cordell, Jessica Hunt, Suki Jones, Suzy Weatherall, Simon Berry, Acheini, Martynna Madej, Tom Lynch, Rebecca Clears, Rebecca Rolph, Ryan Carter
written by Sam Mason-Bell, Jackson Batchelor, Jessica Hunt, Martyna Madej, Martin W. Payne, Mike Peter Reed

review by
Mike Haberfelner

  • Angel of Decay: A woman is filming herself going on a killing spree - and commenting on things like killing in cold blood and necrophilia in the most casual of tones ...

  • Court of Conscience: A religious nutter (Suki Jones) goes to the park everyday to shout out her prophecies to those who couldn't care less. But she's got special powers, so maybe they should care ...
  • Arrows: What if you (Alice Mullholland) carry a gun for criminal purposes, but meet somebody (Simon Berry) who might have even more sinister uses for it? This one features great 1970's style funk music by the way!
  • Here's Johnny: A young woman (Acheini) probably should have locked the door before taking a shower - as one never knows who (Martin W. Payne) might stop by carrying a knife ...
  • Desire: Why only eat from teh dinner table if you can also put a tied up naked woman on top of it. This one plays more like a (rather naughty) music video actually.
  • The Call: Debra (Suki Jones) has killed a girl in a hit-and-run accident, and her not running probably wouldn't have changed a thing - and yet her guilt plays tricks on her ...
  • Southbank: Gerald (Arron Thomas Kay) walks the streets at night, rather obviously on some sort of drug - until Death (Mark Margason) manages to catch up with him.
  • Just because you're a cute fluffy toy doesn't mean you can't get slaughtered - ironically the goriest segment of the bunch.
  • Attraction: It's a beautiful couple's (Chris Mills, Rebecca Rolph) anniversary, and things couldn't be more romantic - well, they couldn't be if there wasn't a dark dark secret overshadowing their relationship ...

A collection of shorts that all more or less fit the horror genre by the art collective Trash Arts, this is a movie that seems to have something for everyone: From the gruesome to the grotesque, from the humourous to the mean, from the artsy to the cruel - and it works as while these films are varying in approach, the quality never dips, and they're all very entertaining. Entertaining in a macabre way perhaps, so this film might not be for everybody, but horror fans are sure to be pleased at least by most of these shorts!

 

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