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Part-Time Killer

USA 2022
produced by
BJ Turner III, Val Turner, Diana Sexton, Samuel Sexton Huntley for Standard Definition Films
directed by BJ Turner III
starring Val Turner, Diana Sexton, Dallas Gossett, Samuel Sexton Huntley, BJ Turner III, Jude Grey, Rachel Poff, Curt Poff, Kate Poore, Landon Turner, Jim Shaw, Isaac Dill
story by BJ Turner III, screenplay by BJ Turner III, Val Turner, Samuel Sexton Huntley, Diana Sexton, fight choreography by Val Turner

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Melody (Val Turner) seems to never be able to make ends meet. Her job at the call-center frustrates the heck out of her and yet the bills to pay take up all of her earnings and then some. Then she discovers an app for contract killers, and being desperate enough she decides to give it a try - and soon enough she's got her first hit, one Maggie Bloodfeather (Diana Sexton), who proves to be much more resilient than Melody has expected, and Maggie seriously bruises her, but ultimately she gets the job done. And when after paying all her bills she still  has more money than she's had in a long time, she decides to stick with killing people and give up her old job.

There's one little problem, Maggie has a sister, Mariah (also Diana Sexton), who's actually an old-school assassin less than happy about the internet competition, and when she learns that her sister has been killed by a "part-time killer", that makes her especially unhappy, so she and her friend and colleague Darius (Dallas Gossett) find out Melody's identity and whereabouts and take her captive to torture and kill her. Thing is, there's much more to the story than simple revenge, and the longer things go on the more people do get dragged in, all with dark motives, all killers and all armed to the teeth ...


Now one thing up front, this film was made on a shoestring, and at times it shows in terms of relative lack of production values and technical shortcomings, as well as repeated use of a handful of actors in different roles to suggest a bigger cast. But that said, Part-Time Killer is actually a surprisingly good movie, and not only for its budget, it's fast paced, features many well-executed and imaginatively shot action sequences, and has a refreshing comicbook style to it that's not too rooted in realism as long as it looks cool. But what really makes the movie is that it blends its basic action plot with plenty of satire and comedy, relies on witty dialogue just as much as on shoot-outs and fistfights, and for the most part stays clear from the merely moronic. And this combination pretty much grants a surefire winner, low budget or not.


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