In 1987 a disillusioned door to door orange salesman horrifically murders his first victim. Move forward 27 years and a land developer is buying an orange grove. He and his 3 friends plan a...
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When Becky meets David, she drops her defenses. David introduces her to 'His family' where life is good, until Becky begins to understand the extent that David will go to, to expand his family and ideology.
In a matter of moments, Sam's life is turned upside down. With limited time he must dig deep and discover the meaning of life. In doing so, he learns what true beauty is in the eye of the beholder really means.
Barbara Grace Dior
In 1987 a disillusioned door to door orange salesman horrifically murders his first victim. Move forward 27 years and a land developer is buying an orange grove. He and his 3 friends plan a fishing trip to get his head around the pending transaction, unbeknownst to them, his estranged wife and her new boyfriend have also chosen the very same location for a break. The usual strange noises and unnerving situations ensue when they congregate at a secluded cabin, as The Orange Man eliminates them 1 by 1 with the aid of his prosthetic hook and a bag of oranges!Written by
May 2016 - "The Orange Man" won three awards at the Wild Rose Independent Film Festival. Actor Ben Rollins won the Distinctive Achievement Award as Actor, the film won the same award for Feature Film, and Stephen Folker won the Best Cinematography Feature Film award. See more »
Nope. Nobody there. We're fifteen miles from town. Not even Jehovah's Witnesses can find us.
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Not Great, But Did Not Hate It
Is The Orange Man a "fascinating motion picture"? Not in my opinion.
Is The Orange Man "awful"? Again, not in my opinion.
Would I give this film a 7 out of 10 comparing it to Citizen Kane? No.
Would I give this film a 7 out of 10 comparing it to Halloween? No.
I'm giving it this score in relation to other very low budget slasher type films. I guess they had a budget of $20,000.
Parts of The Orange Man are pretty good, in fact. The best part, for me, is the interaction of the main character and his three friends. They are not teenagers, which in itself is refreshing, however, they often act as if they were teenagers, which is kind of funny. Some of the other cast members do a good job and I thought that the camera work was good, especially when compared to other films like this.
I think that the other two reviews are either too generous or too condemning. Overall, I'd have to say that I liked it.
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