Am I Evil
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(Mar 25, 2013)
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*WARNING: THIS FILM CONTAINS SCENES WHICH MAY BE TOO INTENSE FOR PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF SEVENTEEN.*
Dark Vision Films brings you the All New Special Redux Edition of Am I Evil! This Directors Cut, brings an all new look, a new cut with added scenes! The dvd is also loaded with Special Features, which include:
*The Making of Am I Evil
*"Anyone" Music Video by P-TSD!
Am I Evil features Original Music Score by Chris(Fangoria)Alexander, Carrie Eliza & Kristian Day! With a Music Soundtrack by "Sasquatch and the Sick-A-Billys" & "Post Traumatic Stress Disorder"!
Andrew Lakewood seems to be a normal average guy. He was raised by a loving family and has a has a close relationship with his older brother Michael. His girlfriend Lisa adores him and his best friend Greg could only think he know's everything about Andrew!
But deep inside of Andrew is a Darkside that has been masked over the year's! Until one day, his thoughts and fantasies become real!
Writer & Director Richard Terrasi, brings you this pure horrific and disturbing character study of a homicidal killer!
Contains: Adult Language, Graphic Violence and Nudity.
"This Film Has Not Been Rated By The Motion Picture Association Of America. Parental Discretion Is Advised".
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Film-maker hopeful Terrasi seems to have followed this same basic approach in concocting his (shot direct to video) psycho tale. The screenplay attempts to peer inside the mind of a brand new serial killer - who finally begins to 'act' upon his murderous sexual fantasies with some unfortunate local females. Borrowing heavily from just about every well known genre film and director (who he DOES give credit to in the end titles!) Terrasi provides a literal check-list of misogynistic thrills and 'kills' that include: evisceration, necrophilia, castration, strangulation, rape, dismemberment, and cutting a girl in half w/ a chainsaw! Never a dull moment! The evil serial protagonist (played fairly effectively by Mark Vazquez) uses his boyish good-looks and disarming personality to lure a variety of unassuming women into his diabolical lair. If this sounds 'familiar' it might be because it mirrors the modus of (real) serial killer Ted Bundy, and Terrasi's film bears some striking similarities to the video/film "Ted Bundy" (2002- Dir. Mathew Bright). As the plot slogs forward thru numerous scenes of increasingly mean-spirited depredations against women, and displaying graphic evidence that Terrasi's ' gore make-up' oriented friends were having a great time creating gross-out vignettes of dismembered corpses to shock the audience - ironically, the shock value actually began to wane, and the viewer (like myself!) may begin to wonder: 'why' they are actually watching this mess.
For an inaugural directorial outing I'd say that Mr Terrasi definitely shows promise as a potential film maker - but he needs to learn that it takes more than just a layered on series of situations and images of viciously slaughtered dead girls to produce quality horror. It is an interesting psychological phenom that (some of) we humans are so fascinated by horror and gore (hey, I know I am!) and are attracted to stories/films that depict the mis-deeds of individudals who go off the deep end. This film will potentially appeal to those who enjoy sick & twisted cinema - but itz definitely NOT one for the kiddies. Extras include some 'behind the scenes' featurette & stills. The film is presented in a nice clean (digitalvideo) widescreen format.
As I am sure you all remember from that period it can be a double edged sword.....sure the memories are good but you try and go back to those films you loved in the 80's and realize they were really good memories, but films?.........not so much!
So does this film deliver on both fronts or is it just another indie film trying to take advantage of the resurgence of the 80's horror/slasher nostalgia?
The only film I can even compare this to is "Henry: Portrait Of a Serial Killer" and I may be going out on a limb here but this film will be uttered in the same breath as that horror classic. This is a film that takes all of the Freddys, Jasons, and Leatherfaces of the horror world and shows them the real meaning of true terror! The director did a great job, by making this film a character study piece instead of a typical homicidal maniac film. The direction of the film was great. An excellent aspect in the film comes from the special effects, with the concepts achieving success, mixed with exciting camerawork. If your looking for total gratification in carnage and a messy slop, then you may as well look for a snuff film! This movie is a good o'l throwback to the 80's with style and that is visually artistic!
"Am I Evil" is a tight little film, definitely a worthy serial killer films to come out in a while!