Christian is a typical college student, besides the fact that he is a serial killer. He sees death as the greatest art form, ranking his targets by degree of difficulty and making his ... See full summary »
Christian is a typical college student, besides the fact that he is a serial killer. He sees death as the greatest art form, ranking his targets by degree of difficulty and making his victims his easel. Christian takes a liking to Belle a girl in his class and falls in love. He decides he wants to lead a normal life and stop his killing ways, but old habits die hard. Written by
A Love Story that can be enjoyed by all....who are sick like me
What a weird, vile, disgusting film. I love this thing. I bought this thing for a buck at the Fangoria festival in Vegas I would have gladly paid two bucks to see this thing. Upon turning it on you can tell that it is very low budget but it id extremely entertaining. I often found myself and my wife laughing out loud. It was a fun satire about clichés in horror films wrapped into a clever story that can be enjoyed by the family minus the nudity. I love the references to Halloween and the music track that the composer did with the guy from the Wu Tang Clan. Its balls out man. It hits all the classic elements needed for an eighties type film Blood, Boobs, Blood and a killer chords. I wish the director would get a bigger budget. I would like to see this thing either remade with a Hollywood budget or a sequel of some kind. The Itch on the DVD was pretty cool as well, a lot higher budget than the feature, shot on the RED ONE. If you are a true horror fan and like Visceral entertainment this is for you. If you are very conservative or can't forgive low budget film making don't bother.
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