Direct to video movies are usually pretty lame, but I was pleasantly surprised by this picture. I loved the title when I saw it at my local Hollywood video store, so I picked it up. I read the back and it sounded interesting. So I rented it. I wasn't expecting much, because as I said earlier, most direct to video movies are lame. The movie had me entertained throughout. I thought the killer was actually very believable. I don't know about everyone else, but in my opinion a huge hulking man overpowering another person and taking their life is much more believable than some tiny old guy or some skinny little dude that they usually portray as serial killers in movies. I'll put it to you like this, if I ran into this killer in a dark alley, I'd be pretty friggin scared. Anyway, on with the review. You can read the synopsis to know what the story's about, so I'll just tell you that it was a good late night popcorn flick. And I don't think it was trying to be anything more. I enjoyed it and my wife enjoyed it. It had good acting. Especially by Joe Estevez and the Killer. I thought the music was good. It had that sort of industrial Nine Inch Nails vibe to it and the ending was cool. Not your typical Hollywood type ending. Really good for an independent release. It had me wondering how good these filmmakers could do with a budget in the millions. All in all, I liked it enough to add it to my collection of horror movies. Trust me, rent it, sit back and enjoy yourself.
Horror / Thriller
Horror / Thriller
A serial killer is stalking the city of San Francisco and sending a news reporter cryptic letters after each murder. As the body count rises, two SFPD detectives, the reporter and a psychologist-priest relentlessly pursue the madman, determined to put an end to his bloody carnage. But as the killer gets closer and closer to the news reporter, will the detectives catch him before it's too late? Shot on location in the San Francisco Bay Area, this gripping edge-of-your-seat thriller will have you frozen in your seat as you witness the madness of the San Franpsycho. —Pumpkin Patch Pictures
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