Outwardly stable Charles Rosenblad and his short-tempered wife Deborah seem like your average suburban couple. However, they are actually lethal and insane serial killers with serious ... See full summary »
Outwardly stable Charles Rosenblad and his short-tempered wife Deborah seem like your average suburban couple. However, they are actually lethal and insane serial killers with serious marital problems. Everything comes to a head one fateful night in which the twisted twosome realize the love has gone out of their relationship and they subsequently turn on each other. Written by
Debbie Rochon wrote this story for her long time friend Jon Keeyes to direct. He turned the story into script form. She also found investors for the film. Rochon wrote the story with herself in mind for the lead role (Deborah). Then a couple weeks prior to the start date she had a serious accident on a film set. Keeyes went on without her and cast Brandy Little in the role at the 11th hour. See more »
Suburban Nightmare tells the story of The Rosenblad's, a husband/wife serial killer team who have a marital spat after one kills some dinner guests out of turn. Call it The War of The Rosenblads.
Trent Haaga gives his best performance to date as Charles, patriarch of the family. His demented turn delivers the movies best scenes, and further cements his place as indie film's go to guy for scene stealing prowess.
Brandy Little really shows her chops as Deborah, the insanely overzealous, blood lusting "better half" of the relationship. She really struts her stuff near the climax of the flick, keeping toe to toe with Haaga's performance, thus delivering the best on screen psychopathic duo since Natural Born Killers.
Jon Keeyes has really delivered with Suburban Nightmare. I look forward to seeing what all involved with this gem has in store next.
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