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Alyce Kills --  After accidentally knocking her best friend off a roof, Alyce is haunted by guilt and delves into a brutal nightmare wonderland of sex, drugs and violence, her mind tearing itself apart along with anyone else who gets in her way.
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She was always a bit she is truly insane. The breakdown of a psychopath! See more »
After accidentally knocking her best friend off a roof, Alyce is haunted by guilt and delves into a brutal nightmare wonderland of sex, drugs and violence, her mind tearing itself apart along with anyone else who gets in her way. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Jade Dornfeld ... Alyce

Tamara Feldman ... Carroll

James Duval ... Vince

Eddie Rouse ... Rex

Larry Cedar ... Harold

Yorgo Constantine ... Warner

Megan Gallagher ... Ginny

Rena Owen ... Danielle

Tracey Walter ... Landlord

Bret Roberts ... Mike

Max E. Williams ... Kurt (as Max Williams)

Whitney Anderson ... Renee

Siri Baruc ... Erin
Jake Thornton ... Clive
Gus Krieger ... Quinn
Victor Avitia ... Santiago
Catero Colbert ... Mouse

Brian McGuire ... March
Adam Novak ... Clark

Shannon Malone ... Faye
Jim Roof ... Chester

Allison Goodman ... Dina
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pamela Cedar ... Mourner
Jackie Evangelista ... Funeral Director
Gavin Horner ... Funeral Guest
Ashlee Romero ... Young funeral guest

Renee Sweet ... Jackie

Directed by
Jay Lee 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jay Lee 

Produced by
Duncan Blake .... executive producer
Zak Kilberg .... producer
Shannon Malone .... associate producer
Linda L. Miller .... producer
Jim Roof .... associate producer
Deniz Önce .... co-executive producer
Original Music by
Billy White Acre 
Cinematography by
Jay Lee 
Production Design by
Amanda Rosbrook 
Art Direction by
Georgia Schwab 
Costume Design by
Kristen Anacker 
Makeup Department
Jenn Hall .... key makeup artist
Nikki La Rose .... makeup artist
Tara Lang .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Alex Baker .... unit production manager
Ben Hasler .... post-production supervisor
Renee Sweet .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jim Roof .... second unit director
Art Department
Joseph Adam Dunn .... property master
Brittany Fagerlind .... set dresser
Sound Department
Jake Eberle .... supervising sound editor
Michael J. Fox .... sound re-recording mixer
Brian Hawlk .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
Patrick Magee .... key effects makeup artist
Josh Russell .... effects makeup artist
Visual Effects by
Mark Dornfeld .... visual effects producer
Kammie Rivera .... digital compositor: Custom Film Effects
Bobby C. King .... stunt coordinator
Roger Stoneburner .... co-stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Remi Elkhatib .... key grip
Sebastian Hackett .... lighting technician
Wilson Knorr .... grip
Ryan Purvis .... gaffer
Makena Shepard .... still photographer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jane Moro .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Sean Carter .... additional editor
Wilson Knorr .... assistant editor
Music Department
David Bowick .... composer: additional music (as Alder)
Sean Fernald .... music supervisor
Katie Gavin .... composer: additional music
Nate Hertweck .... composer: additional music
Tracy Marceillano .... composer: additional music
Other crew
Kelli Gillam .... production accountant
Sunna Hettinger .... assistant to producer
Gavin Horner .... production assistant
Vincent Polidoro .... media engineer
Dima Alzayat .... special thanks
Robert E. Baruc .... special thanks
Julia Buchwald .... special thanks
Stephen Clark .... special thanks
Stuart Coleman .... special thanks
William Fisch .... special thanks
Glenn Garland .... special thanks
Liz Garo .... special thanks
Ari Gold .... special thanks
David Gordon Green .... special thanks
J. Todd Harris .... special thanks
Sean Hughes .... special thanks
Jeff Kilberg .... the producers wish to thank
Angela Lee .... special thanks
Matthew Kai Livsey .... special thanks
Joseph McKelheer .... special thanks
Dan Mendelsohn .... special thanks
Niall Mulcahy .... special thanks
Malee Nerenhausen .... special thanks
Adam Novak .... very special thanks
Levi Plesset .... special thanks
Ten Travis .... special thanks
Heather Wixson .... special thanks

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Alyce" - USA (original title)
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90 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

The titular character is named Alyce(Alice) and her best friend is named Carol Lewis (Lewis Carroll in reverse). Lewis Carroll wrote the novel Alice in Wonderland about a girl going down a rabbit hole, much like how Alyce descends into madness due in part to Carol Lewis.See more »
Movie Connections:
References The Hunt for Red October (1990)See more »


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Several movies in one, 7 December 2014
Author: fabiogaucho from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Odd little flick. Other reviewers have noticed how you have several movies in one, though not at the same time. First drama, then psychological horror, then out-and-out splatter-fest. Those who were expecting just the latter will be annoyed at the time it takes to get there. Those, like me, who did not know what sub-genre it was, may be thrown off-guard by the last 20 minutes, a killing orgy that is more typical of low-budget exploitation flicks (except that those have cardboard characters, while this one has some character development). And the gore starts very, very suddenly. Maybe if the order of the killings were reversed (first the less gory gun killings, then the more gory), it would work better. A continuous descent into violence.

The use of humor is also peculiar. When human misery begins in the second act, it is taken seriously. When hell breaks loose in the third, the movie tries - with some success, I admit - to be funny.

So the three movies seem to not fit together, but the thing is, they are *all* effective on their own. The relationship of the two girls in the beginning is something you can relate; the protagonist's self-inflicted humiliation in the middle is touching; and the gorefest in the end satisfies the fans of the sub-genre.

The last scene, by the way, was funny and quite ingenious. Probably the only of its kind in revenge/exploitation stories.

A minor complaint: there is zero female nudity, even though one particular scene demanded it. The protagonist is having sex with her nightgown on for no particular reason. It is clearly a matter of the actress refusing to do it, and the viewer is too aware of that (yes, I am actually saying the absence of breasts is distracting).

So you may want check it out on netflix stream, but only if you are very much into horror. Not quite worth a rental.

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