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Some Guy Who Kills People -- John Landis (ANIMAL HOUSE) presents this comedic horror-thriller about a quiet comic book-enthusiast-turned-revenge-killer played by actor Kevin Corrigan (UNSTOPPABLE and TV'S FRINGE).
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Writer (WGA):
Ryan A. Levin (written by)
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Release Date:
5 October 2012 (UK) See more »
Ken Boyd, a lonely man fresh out of the loony bin, sets out to kill those he deems responsible for his miserable life.
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Not so bad it's good. Only bad in a very good way. See more (57 total) »


  (in credits order)

Kevin Corrigan ... Ken Boyd

Barry Bostwick ... Sheriff Walt Fuller

Karen Black ... Ruth Boyd

Leo Fitzpatrick ... Irv

Ariel Gade ... Amy Wheeler

Eric Price ... Deputy Ernie Dobkins

Lucy Davis ... Stephanie
Lou Beatty Jr. ... Al Fooger

Janie Haddad Tompkins ... Janet Wheeler (as Janie Haddad)

Ahmed Best ... Mayor Mawell

Christopher May ... Wade Hutchins

Niko Nicotera ... Lyle Bagwell

Britain Spellings ... Marty Prichard

Jonathan Fraser ... Brett Miller

Lindsay Hollister ... Paula Prichard

Laura Kightlinger ... Coach Faxon
Robert E. Beckwith ... Coroner (as Robert Beckwith)

Vanessa Mizzone ... Betsy

Regan Burns ... Ronald Howell

Nadine Crocker ... Candace
Harlie Vaughn ... Bridget
Maile Carnahan ... Player #1
Eric Burnett ... Young Wade

Griff Kohout ... Referee
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Lucy Angelo ... Lyndee
Jim Bachert ... Rad Hall (uncredited)
Chris Darkes ... Derek (uncredited)

Ward Edmondson ... Ward (uncredited)

Kari Irwin ... Kiera (uncredited)

Sharon Diane King ... Ice Cream Party Patron (uncredited)
Brandon Lafourche ... Thomas (uncredited)

Lindsey Leino ... Bridget Johnson (uncredited)
Gaya Malakian ... Courtney (uncredited)
Precious Love Mundy ... Kelly (uncredited)

Lauren Alayne Plagens ... Albina Rosalie (uncredited)
Alex Plaisance ... Jeremy - Young (uncredited)
Mary Wang ... Diner Patron (uncredited)
Josephinne Zelaya ... Amber (uncredited)

Directed by
Jack Perez 
Writing credits
Ryan A. Levin (written by) (as Ryan Levin)

Produced by
Micah Goldman .... producer
Kristin Holt .... co-producer
Kristin Holt .... line producer
John Landis .... executive producer
Ryan A. Levin .... producer (as Ryan Levin)
Jack Perez .... co-producer
Michael Wormser .... producer
Original Music by
David Kitchens 
Ben Zarai 
Cinematography by
Shawn Maurer (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Chris Conlee 
Casting by
Lisa Essary 
Production Design by
Zach Bangma 
Art Direction by
Oliver Dear 
Costume Design by
Vania Ouzounova 
Makeup Department
Andy Chavez .... makeup effects
Steve Costanza .... additional makeup artist
Kristina Frisch .... makeup department head
Leah Herzberg .... additional makeup artist
Yvonne Wang .... special makeup effects supervisor
Production Management
Michelle Gershon .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Lee D. Andrews .... second assistant director
Cory Johnson .... first assistant director
Art Department
Sxv'leithan Essex .... art department (as Sxv' Leithan Essex)
Cary Greenberg .... property master
Laura Lahti .... art department
Hunter Pendleton .... art department
Megan Powers .... art department
Erik Ybarra .... art department
Oliver Dear .... art illustrator (uncredited)
Sound Department
David Alvarez .... production sound mixer
David Barber .... supervising sound editor
Brian Curley .... boom operator (as Brian Patrick Curley)
Gonzalo Espinoza .... adr mixer (as Bino Espinoza)
Gonzalo Espinoza .... solo foley (as Bino Espinoza)
Kevin Faber .... boom operator
Yancey 'Pon' Franco .... sound utility: intern
David Kitchens .... solo foley
David Kitchens .... sound designer
David Kitchens .... sound supervisor
Mike Pipgras .... sound effects editor
Ben Zarai .... sound designer
Ben Zarai .... sound re-recording mixer
Ben Zarai .... supervising sound editor
Saif Parkar .... sound intern (uncredited)
Mike Pipgras .... foley editor (uncredited)
Mercedes Riva .... sound intern (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Oliver Dear .... visual effects supervisor
Christopher Bradley .... stunt coordinator (as Chris Bradley)
Camera and Electrical Department
David Adams .... electrician
David M. Adams .... swing
Steve Brewer .... best boy grip (as Steven M. Brewer)
David Bridges .... additional photography
Richard Card .... first assistant camera
Craig Clements .... dolly grip
Brigman Foster-Owens .... grip
Zach Harrison .... swing
Shelia Hiber .... set photographer (as Sheila Rose)
BT Jackson .... additional gaffer (as Beth Jackson)
Nicolas Martin .... jib operator
Ron McPherson .... director of photography: second unit (as Ron Mcpherson)
Martin Moody .... additional first assistant camera
David Moscicki .... additional best boy electrician (as David Moseicki)
Zach Rasmussen .... best boy electrician
Patrick Russo .... additional gaffer
Kevin G. Shipley .... key grip (as Kevin Shipley)
Jeff Stewart .... gaffer
Gregg Thompson .... grip
Michael A. Viera III .... grip (as Michael Viera)
Taylor Vohs .... grip
Joseph Walsh .... jib operator
Ryan Guzdzial .... first assistant camera: second unit (uncredited)
Jeremy Powell .... additional photographer (uncredited)
J. Aaron Stinde .... grip (uncredited)
Ron M. Wilson .... best boy electric (uncredited)
Casting Department
Ranjiv Perera .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Candle Anderson .... wardrobe assistant (as Candle Williams)
Celeste Autumn Clark .... costumer
Tania Pacheco .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Daniel Barone .... color timing
Daniel Barone .... on-line editor
Massoud 'Ollie' Monsef .... post-production coordinator
David Palmer .... additional editing
Christopher Roth .... additional editing (as Chris Roth)
Dave Payne .... color correction: The Institution (uncredited)
Music Department
Patrick Belton .... music supervisor
Sanaz Lavaedian .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Ryland Jones .... driver
Zach Rasmussen .... driver
Other crew
Nicholas Belton .... craft service
Greg Bernstein .... production attorney
Richard Clancy .... security
Michael Coulombe .... additional script supervisor
Jeff Dauber .... production assistant (as Jeff 'Daubz' Dauber)
Guy Flint .... studio teacher
Marcy Godse .... studio teacher
Mike Higufield .... production assistant
Ryland Jones .... production assistant
Adam Kaufmann .... production assistant (as Adam Kaufman)
Matthew Manselle .... production assistant (as Matt Manselle)
Blake Mitchell .... production assistant (as Blake E. Mitchell)
Jeremy Powell .... assistant to the producers
Nick Scofield .... production assistant (as James 'Nick' Scofield)
Suzanne C. Swindle .... script supervisor
Heidi Zadok .... craft service
Jared Parsons .... location manager (uncredited)
Matt Sklar .... production assistant (uncredited)

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Rated R for strong bloody violence, and language
97 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »

Did You Know?

Continuity: When Ken is being interrogated by the Sheriff, the Sheriff is holding 4 photos when viewed from the front (looking down at the front of the photos) , but only has 2 photos in his hands when shown viewing the back of the photos.See more »
Ken Boyd:You just let her walk in here?
Ruth Boyd:[sarcastically] I made her tackle a series of obstacles, but she passed!
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Chasin' The DanceSee more »


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19 out of 30 people found the following review useful.
Not so bad it's good. Only bad in a very good way., 11 October 2011
Author: Gustaf from Sweden

Saw this movie during the Flimmer film-festival i Norrköping, Sweden on the 9th of October 2011.

This movie is about some guy who kills people. There's the main storyline, and it's completely enough for making an intriguing and compelling story.

The movie itself is a perfect blend between a classic B-movie and a block buster movie. The dialogue is a bit cheesy and the special effects simple. However, none of this drags the movie down, instead it adds to the movie, presenting an unique and remarkable experience that is hard to find.

I didn't know any of the actors of this movie before I watched it( well, I've seen Lucy Davis in "The office"). But I must say that all of them did a very good job portraying their characters. Barry Bostwick is incredibly funny as the sheriff, and Kevin Corrigan does a good job playing the slightly disturbed and depressed main character.

But the actor that truly puts on a performance is Ariel Gade. She does a so good job she could be the next Jodie Foster or Dakota Fanning in my opinion (I'm talking about child actors).

This movie is not so bad it's good. It's bad in a good way.

The closest similarity I can find to this movie, is the video-game "Deadly Premonition", which much like this movie, despite technical difficulties manages to tell an amazing and engaging story. Sometimes it's over the top, sometimes it's spot on. In one scene I'm laughing hard, and in another I'm deeply involved concerned about the characters' situation.

The only thing that I would have changed with the movie is the ending, which I thought was a bit abrupt and hastened. Other that that, it's a fun and well done story that has you interested during the whole playtime.

I can recommend this movie to anyone who would fancy some dark comedy, thrilling excitement or just would like something to do on a Friday night. This movie excels in every kind of way, and is well worth a 9/10.

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