Violent, twisted, and brutally horrifying, WICKED WORLD is a feature film like nothing else you have ever experienced. Grant Ekland (Barry J. Gillis, THINGS 1989) is a dirty cop, with a ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Patti Anne Crossman ...
Killers Wife
Maria Delgado ...
Nurse
Kelly Felhaber ...
Livingroom NUTBAR / Alleyway Thug
Celia Felipe ...
Troubled daughter of killer
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Grant Ekland
Mary Grande ...
Nude girlfriend
Christina Holditch ...
Hitchhiker
Judy Humbel ...
Psychiatrist
Curtis Bradley Irwin ...
Living room 'dude'
Yasmin Juma ...
Girlfriend #1
Don Klees ...
police Chief
Linda McGill ...
Dream Sequence Nude Woman
Eddie Platt ...
Harold
Andrew David Reid ...
Victim in bedroom
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Violent, twisted, and brutally horrifying, WICKED WORLD is a feature film like nothing else you have ever experienced. Grant Ekland (Barry J. Gillis, THINGS 1989) is a dirty cop, with a checkered past that endlessly haunts him. The love of his life was murdered by a serial killer named Harold, (Eddie Platt) who slaughtered a countless number of humans in the city of Toronto, Canada, before he was finally locked up and sent to a mental institution. Now many years later, Harold is set to be released back into society, and Ekland hopes for a final showdown with his arch enemy. Nightmares clash into a brand new reality, as Ekland faces a host of problems and obstacles that he himself must overcome, if he ever hopes to face the murderous serial killing madman, and set his own inner demons free... Written by Anonymous

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Barry J. Gillis started shooting Wicked World in 1990. A "crude" rough edit of the feature film was edited. Gillis was never happy with the rough cut of the film, which had gaps in the sound, and he just felt that the film was not up "to par" with what it could, or should be. So he put all of the footage into storage for many years until he had the money to properly complete post production. The film haunted him on various levels, and he wasn't sure when he would be truly ready to finish and release it. See more »

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