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Party Bus

USA 2022
produced by
S. Ryan Barney, Carlos Berber, Jasmine Berber, Darrin Ramage (executive), Cassidy Michael-Frank Torrey (executive) for Berber Productions
directed by Carlos Berber
starring L.C. Holt, Jasmine Berber, Elley Ringo, David Samson, Ashli Phoenix, Nicole Camacho, Adam 'Angel' Ruiz, Micheal Jovon Bennett, Chelsea Claire
written by Carlos Berber, additional material by Jasmine Berber, D.E. Angle, music by Carlos Berber

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Austin (David Samson) is about to get married, and thus his ex Jennifer (Elley Ringo) goes to his bachelor party to confess her undying love to him ... but she doesn't really get far because before they can seriously talk, Austin's best friend, bitchy Angel (Jasmine Berber), packs Austin and his best friends, Jennifer included into a party bus to take the party on the road. And as a special surprise, Angel has also brought Sean (L.C. Holt), Austin's estranged and thought missing brother to the event. Thing is, after a few minutes of brotherly bonding, Sean turns weird, starts insulting the other guests - and soon stabs pregnant Shandon (Chelsea Claire), then cuts out her unborn baby. You see, Sean has heard that his brother, nowadays a wealthy man, has been taken advantage by all his best friends, and since he claims that Austin is just too nice a guy, he has decided to stand up for Austin and force the truth out of the party guests or punish them violently. Now sure, Austin's friends make attempt after attempt to overcome Sean or at least make a getaway, but he seems to be prepared for all eventualities, so after many more dead bodies, the survivors decides it's better to spill the truth than end up slaughtered - but truth can be a very subjective thing ...

 

A delightfully mean film, mean not only because it dishes out violence in quite healthy doses, and rather explicitely so, but because it also understands how to shift sympathies, gradually blurring the line between victim and perpetrator while also proving that in times of despair, human can be their own worst enemy. And that the film's very well-paced and has suspense and outbursts of brutality in all the right moments only help to make this a very exciting and slightly disturbing piece of genre cinema.

 

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