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Murder Loves Killers Too (2009)

Not Rated | | Horror, Thriller | 30 June 2009 (USA)
Big Stevie has a sexual problem. Murder is how he has sex. And Big Stevie knows that there is no better way for a repressed killer to blow off steam than killing a bunch of care-free ... See full summary »




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Allen Andrews ...
Mary LeGault ...
Scott Nadler ...
Johnny Jenkinson ...
Kyle (as John Jenkinson)
Kat Szumski ...
Kathryn Playa ...
Kelly Hitman ...
Missy (as Kelly Devoto)
Ryan Franks ...
Anna Graves ...
Party Girl in Truck
Nigel Lambert ...


Big Stevie has a sexual problem. Murder is how he has sex. And Big Stevie knows that there is no better way for a repressed killer to blow off steam than killing a bunch of care-free free-spirited teens. After her friends are all chopped, carved, and slashed, sweet young Aggie is left alone to face off against this unreasonable psycho. Now she's got a pervert on her hands. A big one. And Big Stevie's problem could become Aggie's problem real fast. Written by Radar Dog

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At Big Stevie's Party Everyone Gets Wasted. See more »


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The opening shot was done in a single take. See more »


When Aggie bursts out of the trunk of the car and attacks Stevie, the trunk's door is open. However, just seconds afterwards it is closed, and no-one is seen doing it. See more »


Naughty Mittens
Sung by Nikki Hong
Music by Ryan Franks
Lyrics by Drew Barnhardt and Ryan Franks
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23 March 2014 | by See all my reviews

You know, I feel a bit guilty giving this a mark below my 'level of acceptance' (which is 6) since I did enjoy it. But there are a few small niggles, mostly related to unanswered questions about the killer's motivation and background, which stop me just short. It sets them up, drops a lot of hints... only to fail to follow through on them, so your average viewer will feel slightly confused as to why they were raised in the first place. A shame.

It starts off with five kids heading to a remote mountain lodge, along with a self-conscious narrator who successfully predicts they're destined for trouble. One of the number is an incredibly shrill girl who won't stop jumping around and yelling. After a few minutes of this, I wanted the slasher to turn her into shish kebab. Amazing... my prayers were answered. That's what I admire about Blood Cabin... it soon disposes of all the extraneous characters, leaving us free to concentrate on the main chase: which is between the owner of the building, and the only member of the group with any brains... a spunky brunette.

The murderer here is an everyday kinda guy... He sneaks around using secret passages, cleans up the rubbish his visitors leave lying about, stops to have a scoop or two of ice cream... before stabbing, disemboweling, clobbering his unwelcome guests. It's a great role for Allen Andrews, and the fact he treats each victim with studied nonchalance while ripping them to shreds just adds to the aura of fear around him. He's a family man, who regards slaying as just a normal occupation. As you do.

We also see tantalising clues as to why he's such a suppressed maniac. A 7th Birthday cake splattered with blood. An preoccupation with the sound of bees humming. An unfortunate perverted desire to dress up grown ladies as schoolgirls before doing... stuff to them. All these could have been meshed together to form a fascinating backstory... but nope, they're just hanging there will no rope to attach them together. Oh well. A near miss. 5/10

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