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Aunt Rose (2005)

R | | Horror | 10 March 2005 (USA)
A trio of ruthless killers seeks refuge in a quiet suburban home, only to discover a destructive force that could spell their doom in this blood-drenched frightener from director James ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Joshua Nelson ... Johnny
Elizabeth Cooke ... Debbie
Velocity Chyaldd ... Robin
... Toni
... Stewie
... Peter
Christine D'Amato ... Anna
Marty Gargle ... Aunt Rose
Ken Sandberg ... Ricky
Francis Romano ... Uncle BIll
Caitlyn Darr ... Tiffany
Dawn Dunning ... Julia
Natalie Ostapiak ... Pet Store Employee
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Devon Martin ... Demon Son
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A trio of ruthless killers seeks refuge in a quiet suburban home, only to discover a destructive force that could spell their doom in this blood-drenched frightener from director James Tucker. They thought they had found the perfect hideout, but what they didn't realize was that they had entered into the home of a truly terrifying family. But the folks downstairs are the least of their worries, because by the time these sadistic beasts discover the unearthly powers of the woman who dwells on the third floor, it's already too late for any hope of survival. Written by Akasha

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Every family has a dirty secret.

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Rated R for strong sadistic violence, sexuality/nudity and language
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When the father is holding the gun at the guy, a cameraman's hand, as well as the camera, are visible in the lower left of the frame. See more »

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Title Card: "The belief in a supernatural source of evil is not necessary; men alone are quite capable of every wickedness" Joseph Conrad 1857-1924
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Enough highlights to watch it
13 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

One of James Tucker's better films. Quirky acting, funny, odd, disturbing at times, he also edits his own projects and that's probably one of the stronger elements here, the pace moves quickly.

The story is a combination of several types of films which keeps it fresh. The early going is a bit rough, some of the most poorly done scenes are right up front which makes one wonder why Anchor Bay bought the film since distributors supposedly only watch the first ten minutes and those are not good minutes in this movie. This opening sets up the groups of people who will end up at the mercy of "Auntie's" powers during the last 2/3rds of the story.

The acting is uneven but most of the actors have their good moments. Dad is probably the best overall. Yes I guess it needs to be said this is a very low budget shot on video "film" the lighting is flat but at least there is none of the greenish or grainy lack of all quality that can happen with video.

Worth renting for the well acted comedy scene where a topless would be actress character talks on and on about her "career." Brilliant.

It's the story and unexpected, sometimes funny, sometimes gross turns the film takes that keeps it together along with the quirky actors who seem to make the most of the best moments in the movie, if not always making the most of the lesser moments. Tucker, as director could pick better angles to stage his scenes in, but certainly deserves credit for holding it all together.


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