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Aunt Rose (2005)

R | | Horror | 10 March 2005 (USA)
A trio of ruthless killers seeks refuge in a quiet suburban home, only to discover a destructive force that could spell their doom in this blood-drenched frightener from director James ... See full summary »

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A trio of ruthless killers seeks refuge in a quiet suburban home, only to discover a destructive force that could spell their doom in this blood-drenched frightener from director James Tucker. They thought they had found the perfect hideout, but what they didn't realize was that they had entered into the home of a truly terrifying family. But the folks downstairs are the least of their worries, because by the time these sadistic beasts discover the unearthly powers of the woman who dwells on the third floor, it's already too late for any hope of survival. Written by Akasha

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Rated R for strong sadistic violence, sexuality/nudity and language
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When the guy yells "No one gets in, no one gets out, you hear me?", a cameraman is visible at the bottom right. See more »

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Title Card: "The belief in a supernatural source of evil is not necessary; men alone are quite capable of every wickedness" Joseph Conrad 1857-1924
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Cruel And Inventive, With A Great Up And Coming Cast
9 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

For those of you like me, who feel even R rated horror is to commercial, then Aunt rose is the film for you. Every single cast member delivers an excellent on the money performance, which is rare for a low budget movie featuring several newcomers. The thugs who invade the house and torture the poor family are made up of the leader Johnny Nelson who was very intimidating and believable, the crazy but sexy Velocity Chyaldd, and the misguided, but slightly more level headed Kevin T. Collins. What this movie does that so few ever touch upon, is giving a history of these villains, to show there troubled, abusive pasts, and how they came to be the sick sadistic monsters you see before you. The mother and father were also very realistic, they portray the family as loving, but also estranged somewhat with there teenage daughters life choices. When the family is taken hostage, you feel there desperation every step of the way, and root for them to come through it intact. The film is not quite as gory as I thought it would be, but the kills are very nasty, and cruel, and have a surprising impact on the audience. I must also mention Raine Brown who played the daughter's lesbian lover, in an excellent, and oddly non exploitive way. Keep an eye out for her, I predict she'll become a new genre staple alongside my personal favorite scream queens Debbie Rochon, and Tiffany Shepis. My only beefs with the film are as follows, for one I found in a few instances that some of the family members foolishly taunted, or provoked the murderers for no direct reason. I guess you don't know how a person would react to an invasion like that, but I just found myself questioning what the heck they were thinking. It kept me on the edge of my seat though, and made me think about what I would do, so maybe thats not such a bad thing. And finally, I felt the ending wasn't totally satisfying. Without spoiling anything, I just felt it lacked the impact it needed. A couple very minor instances aside, I highly recommend Aunt Rose to the hardcore horror crowd. It's one of the better acted low budget horrors I've seen in some time.


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