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The Wrong Sarah

USA 2021
produced by
Gregory Hatanaka (executive), Jason Toler (executive) for CineRidge Entertainment, Sunrayz International Films
directed by Jason Toler
starring Elliott Woods, Jason Toler, Chris Spinelli, Lisa London, Christina Lo, Anne Santiago, Kevin Hunter, Scott Free, Shane Ryan, Leonard Zhang, Warren Hong, Autumn Larocque, Edmond Balanzar, Monique Fritts
written by Jason Toler, special effects makeup by Monica Sabatelli

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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There's a serial killer roaming the country, brutally killing girls in a certain age range (basically in their 20s) who have been orphaned or in foster care and whose name is Sarah. The killer adapts his m.o. to the situation and the only thing all murders have in common that he leaves the scene of the crime with "The Wrong Sarah" written in blood next to the victim. FBI agents Lance (Jason Toler) and Will (Chris Spinelli) are on his trail but always two steps behind - until they find he'll go to LA next, and there are two victims on his list, Sarah Hall (Autumn Lorocque) and Sarah Thomas (Elliott Woods) - so they track the two women down, but Will only finds Sarah Hall dead, and what's more is hit over the head by the killer, who has only just finished the job. Sarah Thomas on the other hand is still alive and well - but doesn't figure she needs any kind of protection, as her mother's still alive and well, and she only recently has had a new security system installed, which should make her home into a fort. It's only after she sees a grotesquely masked man roaming the premises despite all of her precautions that she figures she might agent Lance's help after all. And a call to her mother (Lisa London) sadly confirms to her that she actually is the prime target of the killer ...


A slick little thriller that despite the occasional outbursts of violence doesn't place its bets on spectacle but rather uses its comparatively slow pace to properly build things up to the finale and dig into the two main characters (Sarah Thomas and Lance) rather than sacrifice everything to action. And grounded and relatable performances by the two leads really help with this. And even if the ultimate solution of the mystery part of the story is a bit too by-the-numbers, it's the way towards it that makes it totally worthwhile, with director Toler's very fluid direction really helping things along. Oh, and the killer's weird mask sure deserves special mention, as even though it seems highly impractical, it's properly creepy.


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