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Two journalist want to break away from their tabloid trash so they decide to start investigating a serial killer. It turns out this killer is a clown who is still seeking vengeance over being accused of a crime he didn't commit. What the journalist don't realize is that there might be someone else helping.
100 TEARS has a minor cult following among certain horror fans that want to seek out low-budget movies that have incredibly gory special effects. If you're looking for a Hollywood type of horror film then you'll certainly want to stay away from this thing but if you're looking for a type of film that rarely gets made any more than director Marcus Koch's bloodbath will have you smiling from ear to ear.
It should go without saying but the main draw is going to be the special effects, which have people being slaughtered in a variety of ways with all sorts of blood and guts being splashed around. People are chopped in two. Others are decapitated. Some are lucky and only have legs and arms chopped off. Bodies are gloriously mutilated in countless ways here and the practical special effects are certainly a breath of fresh air when you consider that CGI has taken over Hollywood and even direct-to-video material. The effects aren't always believable but it's still fun seeing actual work in front of your eyes. Without question if you're a gore fan then this is a film for you.
The story itself isn't all that original but at the same time I liked the fact that they tried to tell a story and didn't just go for all gore. With that said, the film runs about twenty minutes too long so some editing would have helped things. I thought Georgia Chris was good enough in the lead role and Joe Davison adds some nice laughs as well. Jack Amos makes for a good killer and Raine Brown also does her role justice.
100 TEARS is a gory, blood and ultra-violent film that fans of such films should enjoy.
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