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 ...
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Amy Jo Hearron
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 »
This poor excuse for a "black comedy" is virtually unwatchable for several reasons. First, the supposed dark humor is extremely weak and redundant. Second, the acting is mundane at best. Third, the story of bickering serial killer spouses is like watching an endless family argument. If your idea of entertainment is small talk at the dinner table, then "Suburban Nightmare" is your movie, otherwise steer clear of this shot on video clunker. Speaking of video, technically everything is so dark that there is nothing visual of interest, which only emphasizes the boredom generated by a totally unacceptable screenplay. Not recommended for obvious reasons. - MERK
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