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Slaughter Creek (2011)
True Story of a girl Who Mysteriously disappeared After filming a movie in Texas
Interesting story of three young film makers who followed the trail of a young girl who took a bus to Texas to star in a movie after being promised a lot of money to do a movie called, "Snuff". The film crew warned her not to do the movie because the producer had a long record of sex crimes but the producer convinced her that the young trio were only using her for their documentary.
I'm always a little skeptical about these kinds of films but there was so much evidence to back up their story that I have to believe that there was something to this film. So many unanswered questions like why would a girl buy a round trip bus ticket to leave the next day after the filming and not go back home. The ticket was never used or cashed in. The Police chalked it off as a "run away" when they interrogated one of the film makers who showed up the next after she disappeared with blood on his clothes? But I guess you'll have to watch the move and decide for yourself.
Wow, just watched a rerun of the pilot episode! Great!
I happened to see the pilot episode of this series and I loved it. I don't know why they didn't shoot any additional episodes but if they did, I couldn't find any of them on any of the channels.. The daughter of the "Don" is played by Brooke Lewis, who wants to run the mob because her father is getting a little fuzzy in the head and seems to be getting more and more forgetful.
However, her father's reply is, "No woman is going to be the the head of my mob, not as long as there is a hair on my head" -- which shouldn't have been too long considering the fact that he hardly has any follicles left growing between his ears. Very clever writing by Gordon who also produced the series. The daughter is determined to figure out a way to wriggle her way into running the mob so when they start interviewing prospects for a replacement, she comes up with a hilarious idea for a candidate as the mob's new leader. But this new mob boss isn't exactly what she/he seems to be.
Dirty Little Trick (2011)
A great script, a not -so-great movie
This could have been a very good movie. I saw the script before the movie was made and it was an excellent screenplay. However, for some strange reason, they didn't follow the script and in spite of directing being atrocious, it was almost a great story but a mediocre film. The only thing worse than the directing was the editing. It was like they forgot to shoot scenes and then tried to make up for them by using voice-overs and gimmicks like that. And then came Michael Madsen talking crap about "wolf urine" which totally had nothing to do with the movie. I think he had one too many because that's the way it sounded. To give credit to writer-producer, Michael Gordon, they must have shot this on a micro-budget so I don't know how they did it but they made a pretty good film for the price of one scene in most other movies. So, why am I giving this a good rating? Because they took a chance and tried to make a low-budget movie even though there was practically no funding. So, for all the time and effort it took to make this film, they still deserve the recognition for going out there and trying. Maybe next time, guys!