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The Acid Sorcerer

USA 2017
produced by
Dakota Bailey (= Dakota Ray) for R.A. Productions
directed by Dakota Bailey (= Dakota Ray)
starring Dakota Bailey (= Dakota Ray), Darien Fawkes, Brian Knapp, Nick Benning, Natasha Morgan, Selene Velveteen, Fred Epstein, Larry Bay
written by Dakota Bailey (= Dakota Ray), songs by Ramesses

review by
Mike Haberfelner

A bunch of loosely collected stories that all somehow revolve around drugdealer Eyevin (Brian Knapp):

  • There's daddy-to-be Crawdad (Darien Fawkes), who to satisfy his and her needs for drugs prostitutes his girlfriend Vermina (Natasha Mrogan) - but then is overcome by jealousy and blames it on her, with bloody consequences ...
  • There's cross-dresser Nikki (Nick Benning), who makes snuff videos to finance her drug habit - but after a while she doesn't know anymore if she's more into the drugs or the kick making her videos gives her ...
  • And then there's Smoke (Dakota Bailey), who has taken to serialkilling because a voice tells him so - a voice that's only amplified when he's on drugs ...

Now before watching this, be warned: Writer/director Dakota Bailey has a predilection for populating his movies with rather unlikeable characters - intentionally, this is not my interpretation - doing some rather sick shit, and Acid Sorcerer is no exception to that rule, and that might quite simply not be to everyone's liking. But that said, Acid Sorcerer comes across much slicker and smoother as his earlier films - which is not to say that Bailey has lost his bite in the slightest, but the storytelling here is much more stringent and coherent despite three largely separate storylines, the camerawork is less in-your-face and more subtle, and this way often increasing the creepiness of what's been seen and especially not been seen, and the whole thing relies more on atmosphere than the director's previous efforts.

Still, it's not a film for everyone for sure, but if you're in for something a bit on the violent and sick side, you'll probably like this.

 

Oh, and if this at all interests you, you might want to buy the movie (and support the filmmaker) here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-acid-sorcerer-horror-drugs#/

 

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