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Death Angel December: Vengeance Kill
The Long December

USA 2010
produced by
Tony Wash, Leena Kurishingal (executive), Bennie Woodell (executive) for Jiang Hu Productions, Scotchworthy Productions
directed by Bennie Woodell
starring Leena Kurishingal, Charles Ramsey, Will Cummings III, Chad Meyer, Scott Riding, Walt Sloan, Patrick McShea, Joel Radwanski, Ben Woodell, Sam Locke, Nicole Frier, Tom Kleine, Milton Smith
written by Andy Pruski, Bennie Woodell, music by Andy Pruski, action choreography by Andrew Hempfling, special effects by Tony Wash

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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As a kid, December (Leena Kurishingal) had to witness her family getting brutally slaughtered. She hasn't forgotten and has dedicated her whole life to having her revenge, so for years she has trained her body with an ex top marine whom she later killed only to prove to herself she can let go, she has walked the streets as a vigilante - and during the day, she had an office job at the police force, just to not lose her tap on those who killed her mother, crime kingpin Law (Charles Ramsay), his flesh-carving henchman Fisk (Will Cummings III) and his second-in-command Harvey (Chad Meyer).

Finally, December feels ready to strike, so she gets herself a nighttime job at Law's organisation - as a hooker. And when Harvey wants to testride her, she brutally kills him.

Law is adamant that Harvey's body can't be traced back to his organisation, so he pays a cop, Tony (Scott Riding), to make the necessary arrangements, and promises him a night with his new girl in return - December.

Thing is, Tony knows December from the precinct, and tried to date her a good hundred times, but now that he finds out she works as a hooker, this is a major turn-on - but it also means he drops his guard, and for December, Tony's aiding Law is pretty much his death sentence ...

With Tony down, Law and his men know there is something the matter with December, and they soon find out who she is and what she has set out to do - which leads to a big final shootout that leaves noone standing ...


A low budget action flick that needs a bit of time to kick into gear: After its violent opening scene, a bit too much time is wasted with chronicling December's (rather clichéed) evolution to the death angel who she ultimately becomes. It's only in the last third of the movie, when the action actually kicks in, that the film shows its true strength, because the action scenes, despite obviously made on a budget, are some of the most exciting seen in a long time, not only thanks to accomplished choreography but also thanks to perfect and innovative camerawork. And even if the film had a few dull stretches beforehands, it's the finale that ultimately makes it worthwhile ...


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