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Insane Like Me?

USA 2024
produced by
Britt Bankhead, Blake Higdon (executive), Rebecca Ellison (executive), Ronda Bankhead (executive), Danny Higdon (executive), Chip Joslin (executive) for Bankhead Productions
directed by Chip Joslin
starring Britt Bankhead, Eric Roberts, Samantha Reddy, Grace Patterson, Paul Kolker, Marie Wetherell, Jack Maxwell, Joey Greco, Meg Hobgood, River Perkins, Blake Higdon, John Wirt, David Dulcie, Scarlett McAlister, Jason P. Kendall, Michael P Gardner, Tomer Braff, Erica Muse, Hannah Dannelly, Bo Jimeson, Ren Blanks, Stephanie Rhodes, Ryley Hall, Milan Olejnik, Iggy LaMure, J William, Kate Daugherty, Mark Goetz
created by Britt Bankhead, written by Britt Bankhead, Chip Joslin, music by Edward Antonio

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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When Jake (Britt Bankhead) returns home after serving his country on a tour to wherever, his girlfriend Samantha (Grace Patterson) throws a homecoming party for him - at a haunted house, since it's Halloween. Thing is, the house that's the stuff of urban legends is populated by vampires, who eventually start killing the party guests and ultimately take Samantha captive and dragged off, despite Jake fighting valiantly to save her. Now that's bad enough, but what's worse is that Samantha's dad (Eric Roberts) suspects Jake of havinbg killed his daughter. and since he's the local sheriff and knows he hasn't got enough evidence to have him committed, he has him thrown into an insane asylum - and it's not even hard to convince the asylum's head doctor (Jack Maxwell) that Jake's off the rocker, since he keeps talking about vampires and actually seeing Samantha begging him to save her.

Nine years later, Jake is pronounced healed and released from the asylum - but even if he could convince everyone otherwise, the vampires and Samantha are still fresh in his memories, and once out he goes on a vampire killing spree, always hoping to get a clue to Samantha's whereabouts. And soon enough, he gets into the thick of another vampire attack, with of all people Samantha's younger sister Crystal (Samantha Reddy) the vampires' prime target ...


A vampire-centric blend of horror and action movie, this film sets scarcely a foot wrong, having all the action, violence, suspence and jump scares in all the right spots, and while many of the story elements might be genre tropes, the film's actual plot is highly original, featuring unexpected twists and turns at pretty much every corner, and really going against the mold by making all the characters fair game, which means many of the most likeable, most goofy ones are killed off without warning. And a very relatable ensemble cast makes this strategy all the more shocking - for all the right reasons - and helps making this pretty cool genre entertainment.


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