Serena Brooks, an ambitious young actress, signs on as the star of a horror film with a crew of backwoods filmmakers that have worked together. When the cast starts disappearing, Serena has to become her character if she wants to survive.

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Alexandra Socha ... Serena Brooks
Alex Hurt ... Alabama Chapman
Phil Burke ... Blake Stone
Jay Devore ... iBall
Lexi Lapp Lexi Lapp ... Candice
Zanny Laird ... Chloe
Josh Salt ... Gordon E. Runte
Michael Oberholtzer ... Francis
Lance Channing Lance Channing ... Soundie
Birkett Turton ... Jason (as Kett Turton)
Ian Flanders ... Shooter
Nils Lawton ... Walter
Keenan Jolliff ... Cowboy
Henry Zebrowski ... Edward Shipman
Kyle Harris ... Brian
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Serena Brooks, an ambitious young actress, signs on as the star of a horror film with a crew of backwoods filmmakers that have worked together for years. When the cast starts disappearing, Serena has to become her character if she wants to survive. Written by gs

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Cut Shoot Kill (2017)
19 February 2018 | by SashaDarkoSee all my reviews

Aside from some really stupid moments, like the awkward interview with the director in the beginning (which somehow makes the actress say that he is SMART and she's very confident about him/the project) or the ending itself (it wouldn't look as stupid if it wasn't presented in such a clumsy way), it's a decent meta-horror movie about a movie crew, who are really just a bunch of maniacs, killing the actors they choose to film. Some of the parts though are so wooden and too convinient, you wait it would be shown as a movie footage, but then they show that these are the "real" events (like the episode with the officer, very convenient arrival of the policeman and killer appearing out of nowhere). The character motivations are also pretty weak, too many killers and it's too obvious that such isolation from the world is definitely not about "concetrating on the work".

The special effects are well, effective. They sure did a lot of work on that, otherwise fake looking special effects would ruin the movie since it's about what's fake and what's not.

Overall a good rental watch if you don't think too much about it (swiss cheese it is, at least there aren't many holes).


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