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The Demolisher (2015)

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In this gripping vigilante thriller, a seemingly ordinary repairman becomes a one-man wrecking ball and takes to the streets looking to right the innumerable wrongs of a city gone mad.


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Ry Barrett (story and screenplay), Andrew Bussey (story and screenplay) | 4 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ry Barrett ... Bruce
Tianna Nori ... Samantha
Jessica Vano ... Marie
Duncan McLellan ... Kent Barely
Gerrit Sepers Gerrit Sepers ... Righteous Musk
Bruce Turner ... Allen Menace
Duane Frey Duane Frey ... Paco
Andrew Bussey Andrew Bussey ... Querak
Owen Fawcett Owen Fawcett ... Marie's Brother
Rich Piatkowski ... The Client
Reese Eveneshen Reese Eveneshen ... Eric
Ashley Awde Ashley Awde ... Marie's friend
John Cross John Cross ... Zack Bradshaw
Alex Melnik Alex Melnik ... Security Guard
Andrew Wood Andrew Wood ... Confrontation Dude #1


Bruce (Ry Barrett) is an ordinary repairman tormented by a crippling sense of responsibility for his disabled wife Samantha, an ex-policewoman (Tianna Nori), the survivor of a gang-related assault. Bruce's increasing hyper-sensitivity to the injustice suffered by his wife steer him down a dark path of vigilantism, and with his rapidly disintegrating mental health, paranoia and overwhelming sense of doom, Bruce channels his inner rage towards a young woman, Marie (Jessica Vano) and finds refuge in a world of extreme violence. Both a character study and a psychological examination of trauma, The Demolisher is an unapologetic portrayal of what can happen when a fragile mind is pushed too far. Written by Latefox Pictures

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Indie, but has it's moments...
19 February 2016 | by poushkineSee all my reviews

Not nearly as bad as critics say if you're not expecting much. Very cyberpunkish without any cyber to it,- the atmosphere is there. Brutality, mindfk, several epic scenes, slomo, but not that overused matrix style. With all that, does it have much to say? I'd argue not too much, like most of cyberpunk without cyber. :) Acting is OK for an indie (which is not a quality label for me). Fight scenes reasonably well done and the protagonist does look cool. Female role as such is strongly present, dilemma of which sex dominates is there, though not central and not in a way of a conflict. Absurdity of modern day knighthood with its madness, brutality, subservience and yet heroism and almost inbuilt core values.

Writing this one in a stream of thought to balance, in my opinion, unfairly negative reviews.

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Release Date:

12 April 2019 (Poland) See more »

Also Known As:

Niszczyciel See more »

Filming Locations:

Guelph, Ontario, Canada See more »

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Latefox Pictures See more »
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2.35 : 1
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