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Deadly Karma (2011)

A group of high school teens push a sociopath peer too far and 5 years later their battle comes to the show down.

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Abby
Gracie Denton ...
Lindsay
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Sammy Harris
Jessica Leonard ...
Tina
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David Harris
Rob Fender ...
Nick
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Becca
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Corey Brown
Jonathan Alderman ...
Chad
Rick Bobier ...
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Becca's Mom (as Ruth Flyn)
John Tynan Jr. ...
Becca's Dad (as John Tynnan Jr.)
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Nancy Harris (as Nancy Doetsch)
Laura Murday ...
Popular Girl 1
Molly Michelle ...
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A group of high school teens shake the life of a socially different peer named "Sammy" (Jordon Hodges) at school, driving him deeper and deeper into his mental state. Sammy eventually snaps, but none of the gang sees the ripple of the quake until five years later. With a final showdown between what is and what isn't and a struggle between life and death. Whatever you do in life will sometimes kill you. Written by Dread Central

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$20,000 (estimated)
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Decent low budget slasher
27 November 2016 | by (US) – See all my reviews

A high school nerdy kid named Sammy is relentlessly bullied by his peers, both boys and girls for some reason. One day he takes a gun to school but only shoots one of them. He ends up in a mental institution for 5 years.

5 years later then those kids start getting killed one by one by a masked assailant. There are two surprises at the end, one of which we couldn't possibly have guessed.

Deadly Karma is your low-budget revenge slasher with some nudity but very little violence or gore. Some killings are on-camera others are off-camera, which is probably the one thing no horror movie should do.

Acting is alright for this level of movie, the story does manage to go beyond a generic story but only at the very end. As with many movies about high schoolers, the actors look way too old. These movies also insist on having scenes take place at night when they know full well they don't have the budget to shoot at night.

Low-budget horror has come a long way. Deadly Karma is watchable but not very remarkable.


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