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Killer Joe -- Looking to pay off his debt, a young guy hires a cop who moonlights as a hitman to kill his mother in order to collect her life-insurance policy.


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Directed by
William Friedkin 
Writing credits
Tracy Letts (screenplay)

Tracy Letts (play "Killer Joe")

Produced by
Nicolas Chartier .... producer
Vicki Cherkas .... executive producer
Molly Conners .... executive producer
Scott Einbinder .... producer
Zev Foreman .... executive producer
Laurence Freed .... co-executive producer
Patrick Newall .... co-producer
Jamin O'Brien .... co-executive producer
Eli Selden .... associate producer
Roman Viaris-de-Lesegno .... executive producer (as Roman Viaris)
Ryan Westheimer .... line producer
Doreen Wilcox Little .... associate producer
Christopher Woodrow .... executive producer
Original Music by
Tyler Bates 
Cinematography by
Caleb Deschanel (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Darrin Navarro 
Casting by
Denise Chamian 
Production Design by
Franco-Giacomo Carbone 
Set Decoration by
Alice Baker 
Costume Design by
Peggy A. Schnitzer  (as Peggy Schnitzer)
Makeup Department
Marcos Gonzales .... key hair stylist
Krystal Kershaw .... makeup department head: personal makeup artist
Adrienne Lynn .... assistant makeup artist (as Adrienne Booth)
Kent Richard .... assistant hair stylist
Donna Spahn .... assistant hair stylist (as Donna Spahn Jones)
Production Management
Jenn Lee .... production supervisor
Patrick Newall .... unit production manager
Giancarlo J. Sini .... production manager: production supervisor
Toby Thiermann .... assistant post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
George Bott .... second assistant director (as George R. Bott)
Nathan Parker .... second second assistant director
Michael Salven .... first assistant director
Art Department
Spencer J. Abadie .... construction buyer (as Spencer Abadie)
Michael Arena .... key greens
Patcharee Blanchard .... set dresser/swing
Paul Blanchard .... leadman
Charles Bodenheimer .... painter
Rick Broderman .... lead scenic artist
Chazz Campbell Daquin .... greens
James Comiskey Jr. .... construction gang boss (as James Comiskey)
Robin Durand .... propmaker
Chris Edwards .... set dresser/swing
Jeff Garbacz .... propmaker
Jeffrey Pratt Gordon .... assistant property master
Wendy Guerrera .... painter
Richard Guillot .... propmaker
Chris Harbor .... construction utility
Kim Harris .... construction foreman
Mark T. Henderson .... propmaker (as Mark Henderson)
James J. Hershey .... propmaker (as James Hershey)
April LaBranche .... art department coordinator
Nicole LaBranche .... art department coordinator
Andrew H. Lewis .... construction utility
Lindanne Lewis .... painter
Vanessa Merrill .... graphic designer
Cory Parker .... on set dresser
Jason Portera .... set dresser/swing
Sian C. Sanzone .... painter (as Stan Sanzone)
Ember Soberman .... painter
Courtney Talbot .... set designer
David Lee Toth .... set dresser/swing
Marcus Turchi .... construction coordinator
David Tureau .... greens
Richard Wolf .... propmaker
Brook Yeaton .... property master
Alixandra Petrovich .... additional on-set dresser (uncredited)
Sound Department
Ruth Adelman .... supervising adr editor
Ron Bedrosian .... adr mixer
Gregory Black .... utility sound technician
Steve Boeddeker .... sound designer
Trey Burvant .... sound stage provider: Second Line Stages
Julio Carmona .... adr recordist
Ross Davis .... additional sound mixer
Alexandra Fehrman .... sound editor
Jeffrey Haupt .... sound mixer
Ruby C. Haupt .... boom operator
James B. Howe .... foley mixer (as James Howe)
Chad J. Hughes .... sound effects editor (as Chad Hughes)
Aaron Levy .... sound re-recording mixer (as Aaron 'Luc' Levy)
Aaron Levy .... supervising sound editor (as Aaron 'Luc' Levy)
Mace Matiosian .... supervising sound editor
John Matter .... assistant sound editor
James Moriana .... foley artist
Kevin Murphy .... sound stage provider: Second Line Stages
David Padilla .... assistant sound editor
Gerald Palone .... sound stage provider: Second Line Stages
Joseph T. Sabella .... foley artist (as Joseph Sabella)
Jivan Tahmizian .... dialogue editor
Greg Zimmerman .... adr mixer
Greg Zimmerman .... adr recordist
Kevin McCullough .... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Steve Papagiannis .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Lloyd Burke .... special effects foreman
Guy Clayton Jr. .... special effects coordinator (as Guy Clayton)
Samantha Clayton .... special effects clerk
Marcos Gonzales .... department head
Edward Joubert .... special effects technician
Kip Taylor .... special effects technician
Jake Whitney .... special effects technician (as Gene Whitney)
Jake Whitney .... special effects technician
Mandy Dormann .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Jean Paul Demars .... visual effects artist: Laser Pacific
Igor Lipski .... visual effects artist: Laser Pacific
Ryan Noto .... visual effects supervisor: Laser Pacific
Bob Arnold .... stunts
Troy Bellinghausen .... stunts
Shane Dufrene .... stunts (as Shane Dufrane)
Danny Epper .... stunts
Christopher Guy Grant .... assistant to stunt coordinator (as Christopher Grant)
Gary Guercio .... stunts
Chuck Picerni Jr. .... stunt coordinator
Julia Adams .... stunts (uncredited)
Jeff Galpin .... stunt performer: Thug #1 (uncredited)
Terra Grant .... assistant stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Khader Alherimi .... rigging electric
Khader Alherimi .... rigging grip
Tarik Naim Alherimi .... best boy electric (as Tarik Alherimi)
Tarik Naim Alherimi .... rigging gaffer (as Tarik Alherimi)
Richard Ball .... key grip
Skip Bolen .... still photographer
Nathan Borck .... digital imaging technician (as Nate Borck)
Sarah Bowman .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Richard Brun .... grip
Victor Brunette .... video assist operator
Wesley Bryant .... rigging electric
Michael Charbonnet .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Stanley Chauvin .... lamp operator
Jarrid Clinkinbeard .... rigging electric
Tom Conrad .... video playback/video
Duane Cooper .... grip
Nezben Deason .... rigging grip
Colette Delacroix .... grip
Jonathan Dunn .... rigging grip (as John Dunn)
Guy Fernandez .... lamp operator
Robert Foster .... camera operator: "b" camera
Stephen Fouasnon .... digital loader
Brad Garris .... generator operator: London
Brad Garris .... lamp operator
Andrew Hawthorne .... lamp operator
Dallas Hollomon .... lamp operator
Richard T. Hoover .... dolly grip: "a" camera
Jason Jackson .... s.two camera technician
Renaldo Jackson .... electrician
Ronaldo Jackson .... lamp operator
Richard Landry .... best boy electric
Richard Landry .... dimmer board operator
Kevin Luster .... grip
Matthew Madden .... rigging electric
Jade Maggio .... rigging grip
Kiya Maggio .... key rigging grip
Dennis McAuley .... rigging grip
BJ McDonnell .... camera operator: "a" camera
BJ McDonnell .... steadicam operator
Aeron McKeough .... camera data utilities
Christopher Meydrich .... rigging electric (as Chris Meydrick)
Jonathan Morrill .... rigging electric
Robert Morrison .... grip
Adrian Neri .... best boy grip
Paul Olinde .... chief lighting technician
Jerone A. Ordon Sr. .... grip
Jerome Ordone .... grip (as Jerone Odon)
Donald Roth .... rigging grip
Felipe Savahge .... rigging electric
Derek A. Schwebel .... video assist operator
Joshua Sepe .... grip
James Allen Sheppard .... video assist operator (as James Sheppard)
Stephanie Sousa .... lamp operator
Jared Talbot .... best boy rigging electric
Tommy Tieche .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Aaron Toups .... grip
Jesse Valenzuela .... rigging electric
Chad Vanko .... rigging electric
Lydia Vincent .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Charles B. Walker .... rigging electric (as Charles Walker)
Ryan P. Ward .... best boy grip (as Ryan Ward)
Ryan P. Ward .... dolly grip: "b" camera (as Ryan Ward)
Barney Williamson .... rigging grip
Casey Zimmerman .... rigging electric
Brigitte Faucheaux .... tv playback operator (uncredited)
Casting Department
Brent Caballero .... casting: New Orleans
Ania Kamieniecki-O'Hare .... casting associate (as Ania O'Hare)
Liz Ludwitzke .... casting assistant
Hank Langlois .... extras casting director (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Erica Ball .... costume production assistant
Allison Bauserman .... set costumer
Colette Delacroix .... cutter/fitter
Sharon Fauvel .... ager/dyer
Nina C. Nichols .... costume production assistant
Reiko Porter .... key set costumer
Laura Faye Sirkin-Brown .... costume production assistant (as Laura Sirkin-Brown)
Jennifer Starzyk .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Bob Allen .... assistant editor
Robert Coquia Jr. .... digital intermediate data management: Laser Pacific (as Robert Coquia)
Kyle DeVriendt .... digital intermediate film recordist: Laser Pacific
Pavel Dvorak .... digital intermediate data management: Laser Pacific
Erik Hakanen .... digital intermediate data management: Laser Pacific
Ron Ischovitsch .... digital intermediate conformer: Laser Pacific
Doug Jaqua .... color science: Laser Pacific
Chris Lubbers .... digital intermediate producer: Laser Pacific
Chris McGregor .... digital intermediate data management: Laser Pacific
Bryan McMahan .... digital intermediate colorist: Laser Pacific
David Slaughter .... digital intermediate film recordist: Laser Pacific
Ron Stanik .... on-line editor
Brian Beard .... digital intermediate editor (uncredited)
Music Department
David Abplanalp-Estime .... music clearance: High Bias Industries
C.C. Adcock .... music supervisor (as CC Adcock)
Brian Cachia .... musician: percussion
King Cotton .... music consultant and soul supply
Alexandra Fehrman .... music editor
Wolfgang Matthes .... score mixer: Wanted Studios
Brian Cachia .... music programmer (uncredited)
Joanne Higginbottom .... musician (uncredited)
Joe Paganelli .... additional music clearances (uncredited)
Michael Wickstrom .... music clearance executive (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Bruce Billings .... driver
Michael Borreson .... driver: Mc. McConaughey
Donald Burdett .... transportation captain
John C. Chaney .... driver: Mr. McConaughey (as John Chaney)
Paul Edwards .... driver (as Paul R. Edwards)
George G. Everett .... driver (as George Everett)
Wesley Gilbert .... driver
Peter Gondrella .... driver
Robert Husband .... driver
Leroy Minor Jr. .... driver
Greg Mitchell .... driver
Nick W. Pastrano .... driver
Aaron Pigg .... driver
Ron Poniewaz Jr. .... transportation coordinator (as Ron Poniewaz)
Kenneth Rester .... driver (as Ken Rester)
Roy Skaggs .... driver
Reginald Smith .... driver (as Reginald 'Trigger' Smith)
Willie C. Stringer Jr. .... driver (as Willie Stringer)
Melvin Theriot .... driver
Willie Williams Jr. .... driver (as Willie Williams)
Other crew
Melanie Aymami .... assistant craft service (as Melanie Burck)
Alfonso Barrientos .... chef
Roy Barrios .... construction medic
Fred Bernstein .... insurance broker: AON/Albert G. Ruben Insurance Services
Jennifer L. Brooks .... production accountant (as Jennifer Brooks)
Lee Brown .... construction medic
Brittany Bunyea .... assistant to mr. chartier
Lauren Claret .... accounting consultant
John Collins .... location scout
Marisa Creed .... accounting clerk
Reed Daigle .... accounting clerk
Christian de Gallegos .... international sales agent: Voltage Pictures
Nadine DeBarros .... international sales agent: Voltage Pictures
Lauren Doyle .... construction medic
Irene Flores .... legal services: Eisner, Frank & Kahan
Mario Flores .... chef assistant
Jason Fogelson .... epk videographer
Darin Frank .... legal services: Eisner, Frank & Kahan
Marcia Franklin .... assistant: Mr. Friedkin
Lindsey Fredieu .... set production assistant
Will French .... financier: produced in association with Film Production
Mariana Furtado .... completion guarantor: Film Finances/Film Finances Louisiana
Kevin Hoiseth .... assistant to mr. chartier
Willem Holzer .... intern: office
Daniel Ippolito .... office production assistant
Thomas D. Jennings .... first assistant accountant
Thomas D. Jennings .... payroll accountant
Viv June .... international sales agent: Voltage Pictures
Otis Knighten .... animal wrangler (as O.J. Knighten)
Katie Kuykendall .... production secretary (as Katie Glisson)
Katie Kuykendall .... production secretary
Charlotte Lancaster .... assistant craft service
John Landers .... key craft service (as John R. Landers)
Yvette LaPlace .... location scout
John Lavis .... set medic
Pierre Leblanc .... financier: Gap Financing Privided by FIDEC, Entertainment
Mike Leonard .... key set production assistant
Laura Marchese .... travel agent: Travel Central
Alma Martinez .... caterer: Alex in the Kitchen
Wilene Martinsen .... assistant craft service
Candace Mayfield .... assistant location manager
Lorrie McNaught .... insurance broker: AON/Albert G. Ruben Insurance Services
John A. Mmahat Jr. .... location manager (as Johnny Mmahat)
Roberto S. Montoya .... second assistant chef (as Roberto Montoya)
Matthew Moreno .... international sales agent: Voltage Pictures
Emily Newell .... production office manager
Erica Olivarez .... travel coordinator
Norris Ortolano .... assistant locations manager
Sandy Parker .... script supervisor
Shannon Parker .... basecamp production assistant
Victoria Payne .... office production assistant
Stephen Roberts .... financier: Capttal, LLC.
Ashley Romain .... office production assistant
Thomas S. Rubin .... legal services: Rowan & Rubin (as Thomas Rubin)
Jorge Santos .... first assistant chef
Phil Seifert .... location consultant
Giancarlo J. Sini .... financial controller (as Giancarlo Sini)
Adam M. Stone .... product placement coordinator (as Adam Stone)
Cat Stone .... product placement coordinator (as Catherine Stone)
Toby Thiermann .... epk producer
Eric W. Thompson .... post-production
A.J. Timmcke .... production coordinator
Douglas A. Torres .... chef assistant
Sonia Torres .... set production assistant
Alex Uceda .... caterer: Alex in the Kitchen
Matthew Warren .... completion guarantor: Film Finances/Film Finances Louisiana (as Matt Warren)
Kimberly Williams .... completion guarantor: Film Finances/Film Finances Louisiana
Lisa Wolofsky .... financier: Investment, Limited Partnership
Carol Wood .... construction medic
Louis Zlotowicz .... location scout
Tony Zudyk .... client services: Laser Pacific
Howard Brodsky .... assistant: Nicolas Chartier (uncredited)
Derek Di Biagio .... assistant: Matthew McConaughey (uncredited)
Robert Douthat .... photo double/stand-in: Matthew McConaughey (uncredited)
Elena Duffy .... stand-in: Juno Temple (uncredited)
Justin Groetsch .... production coordinator (uncredited)
Patrick Mizell .... location scout (uncredited)
Valerie Ryan .... location scout (uncredited)
Spencer Tracy .... stand-in (uncredited)
Niraj Trivedi .... office production assistant (uncredited)
Joe Paganelli .... thanks

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Also Known As:
"Killer Joe: A Twisted Redneck Trailer Park Murder Story" - USA (alternative title)
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Rated R for strong and disturbing violence, sexuality, graphic nudity, drug use and language (edited for re-rating)
102 min (original version) | 98 min (cut version)
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Australia:R | Brazil:18 | Canada:18A (British Columbia/Alberta/Ontario) | Canada:16+ (Québec) | Denmark:15 | Finland:K-16 | France:12 (with warning) | Germany:Not Rated (SPIO/JK) (uncut) | Ireland:18 | Italy:VM14 | Netherlands:16 | New Zealand:R18 | Norway:15 | Russia:16+ | Singapore:R21 | South Korea:18 | Spain:16 | Sweden:15 | UK:18 | USA:NC-17 (certificate #47457) (rating surrendered) | USA:R (edited for re-rating) (certificate #47752) | USA:Unrated (uncut version)
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Did You Know?

Director William Friedkin was shocked when he found out that the film was given the NC-17 rating and refused to alter the film for fear that any cut or edit would take away from the filthiness of the film. It was released theatrically with the NC-17 rating only to have an edited R rated version released for certain retailers to carry when it was released on DVD and Blu-Ray.See more »
Continuity: When Chris returns home after Digger's thugs beat him up, his teeth are perfectly white, yet in the close-up shot, they are all bloody and messed up.See more »
Sharla Smith:You want some chicken? I stopped by the K-Fry-C.
Killer Joe Cooper:Yes, please.
Sharla Smith:Help yourself. It's on the stove.
Ansel Smith:Get it for him, would you hun?
Sharla Smith:Sure. White or dark?
Killer Joe Cooper:Leg.
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32 out of 46 people found the following review useful.
Fearless and zealous Texas noir filmmaking, 21 December 2012
Author: Steve Pulaski from United States

William Friedkin's Killer Joe proclaims itself as a "totally twisted, deep-fried Texas, redneck trailer park murder story," but to be fair, I'm not sure that is even an accurate summation. Prior to viewing the film, I saw it called everything from, "sick," to "wild," to "weird," to "creepy," to "subversive," to "crazy," to just plain awful, and the only one I can marginally agree with is "weird." This is one of the strangest releases of the year, but I believe "sick" is a huge exaggeration.

I too feel the NC-17 rating this film proudly bears is a bit much. If the film lacked a full frontal Gina Gershon and Matthew McConaughey, I'm sure it would've easily obtained a strong R-rating. The MPAA's bias for sexual content over violent content is wildly known and just the fact that they oversimplify the violence in this film to "a scene of brutality" had me laughing. The film includes some of the most hard-hitting scenes of combat that I've seen in any other film this year, and I'd absolutely love to know just what scene the MPAA was referring to in the first place.

The film centers around the family of twentysomething Chris Smith (played fantastically by Emile Hirsch, assuming the type of role he should continue to seek out), a lowlife drug dealer residing in a Texas trailer park, with his dim-witted father Ansel (Thomas Haden Church), his annoying step-mother Sharla (Gina Gershon), and mentally disabled sister Dottie (Juno Temple). Chris has plunged himself into debt with another local dealer, and consults his father about his biological mother and her $50,000 insurance payoff that would be collected by Dottie if she were to die. Chris proposes the idea to hire "Killer" Joe Cooper (Matthew McConaughey), a sleazy cop who also works as an assassin, to kill his mother and receive a cut of the insurance money, with him, Ansel, and Sharla getting a good chunk of the profits. However, things become incredibly twisted when Killer Joe begins to fall in love with Dottie, and how the whole family begins on an even steeper downward spiral due to a colossal misunderstanding thanks to Chris.

Every character in the film is despicable in their own way, either by the shameful atrocities they commit or just because of the fact that their motivation is hopelessly self-centered and shockingly shallow and inept. Thankfully, all these subhuman characters are played efficiently by first-rate performers. Emile Hirsch gives a convincing, dignified performance, in possibly one of the most confident screen roles in his adult life. Juno Temple comes off of Dirty Girl, a wonderful coming of age drama, to embody a wildly different yet extremely interesting character, seemingly taken advantage of due to her intelligence or lack thereof. And Thomas Haden Church and Gina Gershon are consistently wonderful in their roles, especially during the climatic half when they appear to be tested as actors all together. But the award-winning performance here goes to McConaughey, who is three for three this year, with roles in Bernie (another film looking to brew the idea of "Texas noir") and Magic Mike buoying him to an actor of near first-rate level. McConaughey's early career was plagued by a number of questionable romantic comedies and the occasional goofy action picture or two, but this year, we've seen nothing but him assuming roles of great confidence, always possessing a firmly dignified slickness and swagger that sets him apart from other actors who have just started recognizing their potential. It would appear that McConaughey just woke up one day and realized that time was fleeting and his real acting career could begin. I never thought I'd say this, but I couldn't see the role of Killer Joe being inhabited by anyone more quirky, unsettling, or thrilling as McConaughey.

There's also something seriously notable about the tension director Friedkin (whose most known work would be the iconic game-changer, The Exorcist) erects during the entire course of Killer Joe. I began to notice it around twenty minutes in, when I felt that I never officially held a comfortable position in my seat, rearranging myself every few minutes. Then, during the scene where Chris is desperately trying to outrun two goons on choppers, taking backroads, alleyways, and literally anything that will get him off the track of the two bikers, I became restless and enthralled. Killer Joe provides us with warm Texas sun, and blends it elegantly with the raw thriller aspects found in a typical film noir picture. The entire climax, taking place in the trailer of the Smith family, is tense and unnerving. This is when I began to realize that this story had been a play prior to a film and that screenwriter Tracy Letts had adapted it so quaintly to film that the transformation was almost not noticeable (even if it would've been, it still wouldn't have been a thing to discourage). This is one of the first, if not the first, time I've watched a film that I didn't know was a play until later in the picture. The fact that this film confidently branches out so far past the idea of a stage-play to the point of being unrecognizable from its roots is a huge accomplishment all on its own.

I close with a forewarning that while I feel that the NC-17 rating Killer Joe received is somewhat questionable, I state with caution that this is a very violent picture, with several sequences of brutality that nearly channel the lines of sadistic depravity. Friedkin, however, is sure to capture it through a lens of style, similar to how Rob Zombie beautifully captured the horrifying deeds of the three despicable murderers in The Devil's Rejects. The film's charm is indescribable and its execution, fearless and zealous, making this one of the most surprising and impressive motion pictures of this year.

Starring: Emile Hirsch, Matthew McConaughey, Thomas Haden Church, Gina Gershon, and Juno Temple. Directed by: William Friedkin.

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