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The Violent Kind

3.4 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

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Brace yourself for an unrelenting new horror classic that’s scary, rough, and willing to break all the rules! Your life will never be the same when you meet The Violent Kind, a ruthless pack of unstoppable psychopaths terrorizing the wilds of Northern California. Now they have their eyes on young Cody, the member of a notorious biker gang whose ex-girlfriend, Michelle (scream queen, Tiffany Shepis), turns up hysterical, drenched in blood… and carrying a dark, terrifying secret. Unrelenting and wildly unpredictable, this acclaimed shocker from the Butcher Brothers, directors of the horror hit, The Hamiltons, shocked audiences at Sundance and takes you on a wild ride you’ll never forget!

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  • Actors: Joe Egender, Cory Knauf, Tiffany Shepis, Christina Prousalis, Bret Roberts
  • Directors: The Butcher Brothers
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
  • DVD Release Date: May 10, 2011
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004KNO770
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #125,288 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Violent Kind" on IMDb

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Okay first off, this is a B movie. It isn't "Grand Illusion" or "Sophies Choice". But if you are reading this you aren't looking for that, I hope. This movie has your typical gore and violence of any typical 21st century "splatter" movie. You have elements here of everything that is synonymous with "Grindhouse". Bikers, broads, Rock& Roll, sex, drugs, and a very Cthulluish threat that is pure evil, or is it? There is the twist, truth is good and evil, better keep score. Joe Egender has some of the greatest dialogue in any B move and his delivery, well if this wasn't a Butcher Bros. movie you would have heard more about him. Watch close and you will see, his character is far more than what appears to be.
I walk a fine line here not to spoil this but i will say this, one man's rapture is another's damnation and it all hinges on perspective. This is a great film disguised as a horror flick and a real bargain.
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Personally i thought this was gonna be a sick & twisted film just based upon the fact that i like films with bikers,parties,drugs & fights. The film is really weird it reminds me of Undead,in the sense of the plot twists. This review has spoilers.
The film starts off with a gang of bikers,a gang leader named Q & his underling Cody(who is brought in thru family ties) and his cousin Shade. They go to Codys mothers house in the middle of nowhere to party with Codys mom for her 50th birthday,loaded with a house full of bikers & partying. The film takes a turn when Codys ex(Tiffany Shepis) is with a rival gang member at the party,and Cody also meets his ex's sister(who worked on writing Cody letters when he was in jail,instead of his gf(Tiffany Shepis) he went to jail for) and as the party dies down things get strange. The girl(Tiffany Shepis) goes to leave the party with her new bf in a ride along the desolate area. Next thing you know the girl shows up covered in blood with no memory of what happened. They take her up to the bedroom to clean her up,1 of the guests takes it upon himself to take advantage of her....bad move on his part,because she wakes up posessed & tears his throat out. The remaining group of people start to fear for their lives & paranoia sets in and questions start to fly. Electrical issues happen and the strange occurances get weirder as the sky turns green & music plays outta nowhere. The girl posessed starts crawling the ceiling & the next thing you know the dead body in the car & the guy who got his throat ripped out wake up in pieces with no memory of anything. Now in the beginning of the film the movie starts with a guy shooting himself in the head(he does not want to help the aliens take over earth) so back to the party,the gang are now barracaded inside the house.
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One of the first things I noticed is the frequent change in the genre of music. First it is gangsta rap, then punk rock, then heavy blues, then finally your metal track. It was not your classic grindhouse soundtrack as the Butcher Brothers sought to do things their own way. There is a 50th birthday party for the Mom of the biker gang "The Crew." They get her a couple of female strippers, very thoughtful. Cody's ex-girlfriend Michelle is there with her new bf which she kisses on in front of Cody, a real "B" word. She leaves and returns covered in blood. While laying in bed, passed out, one of the bikers decides to "get her while she is still warm." Michelle awakens while getting felt up and wants more. She turns into a demon/zombie and bites off a hunk of flesh. The screams attract the rest of the gang. One guy pulls Michelle off the biker and holds her down on the bed, then Michelle's sister Megan comes in and attempts to pull the guy off the monster Michelle.

The events are confusing and the movie waits too long explain what is happening.

Pluses: The bad guy had his own music as he whistled in an off key "Pop Goes the Weasel" although it wasn't used again.
The zombie/demon Michelle possessed (pun intended) that certain "Evil Dead" quality.
Dead people have a sense of humor.
Home invaders are from the "1950's."

Negatives: Not a movie for those who take their films seriously.

Sex, nudity, F-bomb.
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By Bryan on May 25, 2012
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What's most irritating about the Violent Kind is the 25 minutes in the beginning that accomplishes nothing of interest. Just a bunch of young people partying, goofing off, making out, having conversations about nothing important, etc. We've seen this kind of generic storytelling for years so it's nothing new. Another annoying aspect is how the enemy just APPEARS with no dramatic or enticing build-up of any sort.

The only really entertaining moment comes when the one woman is covered in blood and acting fishy, so her friends tie her up in the bedroom. Well one of the perverted guys decides to attempt to take advantage of her while she's in a blood-soaked, oddly peaceful state of mind. To HIS surprise, she actually likes being touched between the legs. That's because she's now possessed and ready to rip him a new one! Shortly after when the other friends are aware what's going on, they slowly walk into the bedroom and approach the demon woman with extreme caution. Where did she hide? Not under the bed, not in the closet but... on the ceiling! Excellent segment.

However it's impossible to overlook the poor acting and storytelling. The actual demonic figures that appear later are more like badly designed costumes with less than spectacular line deliveries making it feel like you're watching a high school play, and the computer effects that emphasize the demonic presence near the end is totally laughable. Overall, it has its moments but is mostly a flawed affair.
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