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 »
Four young adult siblings try to fend for themselves after the mysterious death of their parents. But they harbor some dark secrets which include abducting and killing strangers, and ... See full summary »
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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
Trent Haaga and Brandy Little, who are regulars of Troma style b movie horror, prove here that they can handle a serious genre film. The script is top notch, with a lot of dark humor, and subtle commentary on relationships. They act just like any normal suburban couple would, they have a daughter who they love dearly, they fight over everything, but they also generally love each other. The only difference is they kill, maim, and torture people. Bloodletting was a similar film you'd enjoy if you liked this, but I think Suburban Nightmare is the superior film, with the best actors, and social commentary. I actually liked Trent and Brandy's characters' and found myself rooting for them to work things out, I know thats sick, but thats just a testament to there performances. The film has some interesting twists, that I won't spoil, just see this beautiful, blood splattered love story right away. The ending brought a tear to my eye.
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