Hip-hop meets horror in this twisted tale directed by Kamal Ahmed (The Jerky Boys). Binging on hard drugs, white rapper Rapturious spins into murderous hallucinations - or is he really committing these blood-splattering crimes?
Community Service the Movie is about a young boy, Billy, who had a rough childhood and ends up being committed to a psychiatric center. Roughly 20 years later, Billy discovers that one of ... See full summary »
Joseph P. Kelly
Joseph P. Kelly
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Katelyn Marie Marshall,
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November 17, 1988, is a day of mourning for some... and for others, a lucrative opportunity. On that date, eight university students were found murdered in the old arts building at the college. An anonymous source told police the 20-somethings were in the midst of a local role-playing game, called Chill. The name of the game is to stay alive. But for the players that November evening, few would be getting up for another round. But when a scheming student decides to profit from the tragedy and revive the whodunit game as a web series, the new players soon discover, for some, this game is still all too real... Written by
I recently got the chance to check out this indie slasher/whodunit flick, courtesy of directors Noelle Bye and Meredith Holland. Noelle and Meredith, along with Roger Conners, wrote a murder mystery that I quit enjoyed, thanks so much for the opportunity! Before I get to the blood and guts, I would like to point out some of the great things about this film, it is as follows- - IMDb has the estimated budget at around 3,000, well spent! There are some things that I had issues with; sound editing was bad in many areas, I had some issues with hearing the dialogue because the background music was too loud, also in some areas there was an echo (but I am sure this will all be taken care of once distribution is complete). Some of the editing was a little rough, some scenes would end abruptly...however, I have watched many movies from Argento and Fulci, so I can get past that. Again, low budget, but these filmmakers were very resourceful! - Speaking of resourceful, I thought filming locations were top notch. I pulled this from IMDb to give you the specifics - "The interior for The Stanwick Art's Center was actually filmed in various locations all around the Akron/Cleveland area, including the Ohio Dance Theatre, the Weathervane Playhouse, The Garfield Heights Center For the Performing Arts, and the Chagrin Valley Little Theater, among others." All of these locations were great, having a movie set in a performing arts center after dark...locked in for the night, immediately made me think of some other great slasher films with this premise that I enjoy- 'The Clown at Midnight' and 'Stage Fright'. - The cast was my absolute favorite, specifically Roger Conners as the lead or rather as the "final girl" / "scream queen". Casting an openly gay male in this role broke slasher movie stereotypes while also giving us a character to root for. I honestly don't even think his sexuality was ever really mentioned, which I enjoyed too. That "sexual ambiguity" took the focus away from his sexuality and offered you a well developed character. I also really enjoyed Angelia DeLuca as Maddison and Kelly Rogers as Raven, both were great in their roles and also broke the slasher movie mold by not fitting into the (what I call) "twiggy twits" roles, they rocked! Although I didn't enjoy Bradley Arner's character Jared, (he was sooo good at being the "douchey villain") I thought he was a great actor and very easy on the eyes!
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