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iPsycho (2010)

 -  Short | Crime | Horror  -  13 August 2010 (USA)
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Cat Vicious is a rising shock jock podcast DJ, with a nihilistic on air personality, who spends most of her show mocking and belittling her listeners. But when a mysterious caller pirates ... See full summary »

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Cat Vicious is a rising shock jock podcast DJ, with a nihilistic on air personality, who spends most of her show mocking and belittling her listeners. But when a mysterious caller pirates her frequency, things take a turn for the terrifying as Cat ultimately realizes that her beloved radio station might soon become her tomb. Can she survive the night or will this be her last broadcast? Written by Blinky500

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Nifty thriller short
7 October 2010 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

Abrasive shock jock Cat Vicious (expertly played with deliciously spiky aplomb by Kim Santiago) loves to mercilessly mock and belittle her listeners during her pod casts. A mysterious caller pirates her frequency and decides to pay Cat a deadly visit at her radio station one fateful night. Director/co-writer Chris R. Notarile relates the absorbing story at a quick pace and effectively builds a good deal of tension which culminates in a tense and exciting climax with the wacko chasing Cat through the hallways of her station. Santiago brings a pleasing blend of fierce energy and biting sarcastic wit to her portrayal of Cat, Cheryl Alessio likewise impresses as Cat's equally acerbic gal pal Debbie Drone, and Deville Vannik makes for a genuinely scary masked nutjob (Notarile supplies the creepy electronically enhanced voice of the iPsycho). Cat's extremely snarky and profane on-air remarks are a hysterically nasty riot to hear. Notarile's polished cinematography gives the picture a nice slick look. Chris Lott's ominous score does the shivery trick. Well worth a watch.


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