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The Hood has Eyez

USA 2007
produced by
Nicole Williams, Marcelo Molina (executive) for Cinema Threat Productions
directed by Terrence Williams
starring Cyd Schulte, Antonio Royuela, Anne Stinnett, Jesselynn Desmond, Jamielyn Kane, Carlos Javier Castillo, Tom Curitore, Terrence Williams
written by Terrence Williams, music by ODC, Greg Stanina, cinematography by Terrence Williams, special effects by Terrence Williams, Nicole Williams

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Superficial blondes Susan (Jesselynn Desmond) and Rachel (Jamielyn Kane) persuade good girl Kimmy (Cyd Schulte) to skip school and instead go to a party together with Jerry (Tom Curitore), but they are not even half there when their car hits Shy Girl (Anne Stinnett), who ran the streets only in her underwear - and our quartet panics enough to abandon the car and try to get away on foot ... until they run into Psycho (Antonio Royuela) and Joker (Carlos Javier Castillo), two small-fry gangsters, who actually used Shy Girl - Psycho's girlfriend - as a decoy and who now rob them at gunpoint. However, once the gangsters realize the youngsters have not got all that much money, Psycho decides to instead have a little fun with them. First they humiliate Susan who has her period (a scene which includes a tampon-sucking scene), then Kimmy is burtally raped by Psycho (much to the dismay of Shy Girl), and finally Rachel is fucked by a bottle. And Jerry, who tries to make a getaway, is just shot dead.

At the sound of police sirens though our gangsters panic, and they quickly kill Rachel by ramming a broken bottle up her vagina. In all the confusion though, Susan manages to escape, but when Kimmy begs her to help her, Susan selfishly leaves her friend behind ...

Joker and Shy Girl soon decides it's time to split, but Psycho stays behind to enjoy his triumph over Kimmy a bit before shooting her. But when he finally wants to shoot her for good, he realizes his gun's out of ammo, so he sees no alternative than to let her live, figuring it wouldn't do all that much harm. However, the experience drove Kimmy over the brink, and now she's out for revenge ... and her first victim is Susan, who has abandoned her and whom she now strangles when Susan thinks herself back in the saftety of the car.

Then Kimmy sneaks up on Psycho and Shy Girl and listening in on their conversation, she learns that Shy Girl is pregnant from Psycho - so Kimmy waits until she catches her alone, ties her to a tree, and performs a makeshift abortion, which naturally costs Shy Girl her life.

Psycho and Joker soon notice something's dead wrong, so they decide to search the area each one on his own - which gives Kimmy plenty of opportunity to sneak up on Joker and decapitate him with a shovel. Then she moves in on Psycho for the grand finale, in which she knocks him out, ties him up, drives a nail into his penis, rapes him anally with a pole of wood, then cuts off his balls and feeds them to him. However, ultimately she has to realize that it is still Psycho who has won the game - but as a rare exception to my site's spoiler policies (to always give away the ending), I won't give away the final plottwist this time ...


First of all: If you are of the political correct denomination, don't watch that film, you will not like it (even though on closer inspection the film is far less politically incorrect than it seems to be). Also, if you have got a weak stomach, don't watch. If you are a gorehound however, or a fan of 1970's grindhouse flicks, then this one is for you, a film about the torture, rape and humiliation of three pretty girls in schoolgirl uniforms including one of the girls' bloody revenge.

However, The Hood has Eyez is not just one mindless, misogynistic gorefest that has little to go for it above the violence, actually writer/director Terrence Williams shows remarkable skills in storytelling and character development, especially as the film is only approximately 70 minutes long, and somehow all the brutality makes sense in the context of his story instead of the story serving as a mere hanger for gruesome scene after gruesome scene.

On a directorial level, the film comes across as extremely savage, not so much because the violence is so explicit but because of the use of documentary- or news-style camerawork including handheld camera, long shots and sudden camera moves, which suggest a certain closeness to and authenticy of onscreen events. Plus, in this case, the obviously low budget works for the film, as it limits the number of locations which gives the film a much more coherent feel. And of course, certain very subtle references to 1970's grindhouse cinema are nothing short of charming (at least to fans like me).

That the key actors Cyd schulte and Antonio Royuela are impressive in their roles of course also helps ...

In all, watch this movie ... but only if you're sure you can stomach it !


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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