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USA 2014
produced by
Michael Kenneth Fahr, Dustin Hubbard (executive) for MKF Productions, FunnyHo Films
directed by Michael Kenneth Fahr
starring Michael Kenneth Fahr, Sarah Nicklin, Cuyle Carvin, Ellen J. Pilch, Jesse Murphy, Ron Phippen, Dustin Hubbard, Michael Omiecinski, Candice Cole, Mark Debenedictis, T.C. Top Cat Taylor, Joey Garcia, Peter Lucibello
written by Michael Kenneth Fahr, music by Evan Joseph, songs by Jamasson Marshall, Evan Joseph, T.C. Top Cat Taylor, special effects makeup by Lauren Clark

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Matt (Michael Kenneth Fahr) has been bullied all through high school, bascially because he seemed odd and was gay. And his brother Josh (Cuyle Carvin) and Josh's girlfriend Sarah (Sarah Nicklin) were no exception - you might even say Sarah was the worst, spreading rumours about him in school to actually encourage the bullies. The only one who was yet worse was Matt's dad (Mark Benedictis), who threatened to disown Matt after he found out about his homosexuality (thanks to Sarah) - but dad died soon afterwards ...

All this happened a few years ago though, and now Josh and Sarah want to spend a few "romantic" hours at Josh's mother's (Candice Cole) pool while she's out of town. Josh, probably too horny to think straight, figures Matt won't mind (let alone be a problem), but when they find him with a meat cleaver in the dark, they figure something's wrong - and indeed, all the bottled up rage within Matt comes up this very night, to gruesome results ...


Though in some ways employing your typical slasher mechanics (youngsters too bent on partying are getting killed), Victimized is much more than your typical slasher movie, first and foremost because it doesn't make it easy for the audience to determine who the real baddies are in this one - after all, the killer has a very good reason to do what he does (even if his actions are over-the-top) and none of the victims are free of guilt, quite the contrary, they helped form the killer into what he is. But in the film, all of this is brought across not even half as heavy handed as it sounds, making it a very tight psycho thriller that's carried by a first rate cast and a directorial effort that keeps its eyes on the story rather than mere mindless spectacle.

Quite a chilling movie, actually!


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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