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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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Aggie
Allen Andrews ...
Stevie
Mary LeGault ...
Tamra
Scott Nadler ...
Brian
Johnny Jenkinson ...
Kyle (as John Jenkinson)
Kat Szumski ...
Lindy
Kathryn Playa ...
Stella
Kelly Hitman ...
Missy (as Kelly Devoto)
Ryan Franks ...
Clarence
Anna Graves ...
Party Girl in Truck
Nigel Lambert ...
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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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Horror | Thriller

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Composer Ryan Franks plays almost all of the instruments used for the score. See more »

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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 »

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Let's Hole
Sung by Justin Avery
Music by Ryan Franks
Lyrics by Drew Barnhardt and Ryan Franks
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I Can't Believe That I Watched The Whole Thing
2 September 2010 | by (Kentucky) – See all my reviews

Nothing to seek out or to avoid. A group of us made pretty much this same slasher flick back in 2004 as part of a 48-hour film competition; where we wrote, shot, and edited everything in just 48 hours. So I could relate the lameness; and I could realize just how fortunate it was that we did not have the time to put together a lot of embarrassing special features like the ones on this DVD. And I could be thankful that we had someone on the team who grasped that production design could be more than mixing up a lot of fake blood and a personalized birthday cake.

"Murder Loves Killers Too" (2009) demonstrates the old movie maker adage that you can't find a really good looking girl willing to take off her top in your movie, unless she is being paid. As the three unpaid females prance around early in the movie, it quickly becomes obvious that Lindy (Kat Szumski) is the keeper (the hot one with the great body), who should get the most screen time and should wear the least clothes; assuming the director has a clue about his target demographic. That Aggie (Christine Haeberman) fills out her jeans quite nicely and has an interesting face. And that Tamra (Mary LeGault) has a body that would benefit from more clothes and maybe a little liposuction. So guess who takes off her clothes? And guess who gets killed off almost immediately. And they wonder why these things can't find much of an audience.

There were two cool cuts to look for, one where Tamra lies down and the other where Stevie lies down; both of which then cut forward to the same shot, illustrating a passage of time without any sort of transition. Very nice.

The movie has good intentions and the cast and crew appear to have had a lot of fun making it, but it is student film quality without the strange quirks that make some of those films interesting. While the movie has some elements of obvious self-parody and is generally fun viewing, the overall production quality (from the staggeringly lame acting to the awkward and cheap staging) makes it hard to determine what is deliberate parody and what is just a mockfest moment.

Then again, what do I know? I'm only a child.


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