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Killer Movie tells the story of a reality television shoot that goes awry when its crew finds itself stranded in a remote Northern town. A killer is on the loose, stalking cast and crew members one by one. As past suspicions, betrayals and secrets inexplicably come into play, the nightmare of shooting this reality show becomes all too real for Jake, the show's director, his crew and Hollywood starlet Blanca Champion. Written by
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Get your hands off me, chunk!
I weigh 110 pounds. That's not fat. I have tried to be as nice as I know how. That's over. I'm giving you this warning: Stay away from Vance, or I'm going to get my cousins to go to your cabin, and have them hog tie and weigh you. Capiche?
You know what? Screw this! I don't need this bullshit. This fucking method acting crap. 110 pounds my ass!
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The plot = A TV crew set out to make a documentary about a small town hockey team in a small town, but almost as soon as they arrive, people start getting killed but are written off as accidents and then the camera crew start to get picked off one by one.
"Killer Movie" has an interesting concept and competently made and could have easily been great if it didn't fall apart too many times. It is watchable but yet it is quite poorly executed, like the death scenes lack any imagination at all and are mostly off screen and generally comes off as an easy-going piece of work that's simply unable to engage the viewer on any real level virtually from start to finish. But the good aspects that I liked are the characters that ultimately save this movie in my opinion like Blanca played by Kaley Cuoco, okay her performance wasn't perfect but she was the best thing about this movie, and the fact that I'm a big fan of Kaley I loved her in The Big Bang Theory, In this she plays a bitchy Paris Hilton type and unlikely final girl. Paul Wesley the male lead I found him likable and engaging and one of the more interesting characters in this movie and Al Santos who plays the camera man was also fun and likable.
All in all Killer Movie is fun with some witty dialogue with some interesting stalking scenes, but as a whole this movie is quite forgettable.
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