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USA 2022
produced by
Alicia Boughton-Shines, Latoya Hunter, Omarr Moore, Jay Davis for Ble Cinema
directed by Omarr Moore
starring Corin Clay, K.C. Lee, Anita Nicole Brown, Christopher A. Greer, Maya Hooks, Jay Hollins, James Barbee, David Leonard, Shawn Jolly, David A. Walker, Martha Moncada, John Campanile, Stanley Coelho, Chantelly Johnson, Charles Dunlap, Alliyah Harris, Tamir Tucker, Paradise Blu, Destinie Lambert, Sherell Brown, Jay Davis, Chantee Joy, Sandi McBride, L. Williams, Cameron J Blackmon, Ray Pritchett, Black Jack Johnson, Tommy Nowicki, Courtney Blackmon, Jorie Binion, Jose Santiago, Marcie Simmons, Larry Smith, Sterling Zachery, Yemaya, Mel Roberson
written by Jay Davis, music supervisor: Omarr Moore, special makeup effects by Grisel Perez, Cassy Warnsley

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Tara's (Corin Clay) husband Earl (Jay Hollins) is abusing her, both physically and mentally, until she can't take it anymore - and that's a dangerous thing, as when angered and not on her meds, she turns into a homicidal monster, and she's quick to brutally kill Earl and two of his friends. Then she goes on the run, but staying in close contact with her dad (K.C. Lee), who not only knows about her condition but also has the necessary medication to keep her in check. You see, Tara has been suffering from this since high school (when played by Maya Hooks), and it got so bad that eventually her mother (Anita Nicole Brown) left the family, something that has weighed down Tara ever since - so being on the run from the law is the perfect opportunity to finally face her mother again - and meet her half sister Jorie (Jorie Binion). But it's not only the law, and particularly pesky detective Hill (Christopher A. Greer) who's after Tara, but also a villain named Mason (Jose Santiago) who wants to use her powers for his own evil ends. But Tara's not the only one with supernatural skills, there's also Ralph (Jay Davis), who has mastered the art of invisibility, and a certain water monster (James Barbee) living in a nearby lagoon ...


Now of course, this movie isn't re-inventing the wheel, as its basic story is comicbook and recently also superhero movie staple, and yet the film, while never denying its comicbook roots, tries to tell more than just the story that hits the eye, at least touches on social issues like domestic violence and bullying, while keeping things floating nicely, balancing out its low budget with good storytelling. And a solid cast that keeps the slightly over-the-top story grounded helps to make the story work - and makes one hope for more, too!


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