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USA 2019
produced by
Rachel Lake, Dallas Burgess, Lacie Edgeman (executive), Richard Finlay (executive), J. Thordur McKay (executive) for Dreamstate Entertainment, Little Fierce Productions
directed by Dallas Burgess
starring Kelsey Pribilski, Chip Llorens, Avi Lake, Diana Rose, Darrell N. Mitchell, Danny August Mason, Ashley Compton, J.T. Rowland, Adam Duncan, Peggy Schott, Kerbey Smith, Jenna Saab, Liz Stack, Tom OsbornSumair Bhasin, Kaylee Silcocks, Johnny Zozzaro, Camille Salazar, Camille Nicole, Ian Neligh, Matthias Marasigan, Dillion Lalor, Evgeny Agarkov, Nick Norman
story by Ian Neligh, screenplay by Ian Neligh, Dallas Burgess, music by Jonas Wikstrand

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Cora (Kelsey Pribilski) wakes up from a coma in a hospital bed as she has apparently been in a terrible car accident - and that's not the bad news, the bed news is, she has forgotten the last 10 years in her life, and now she's handcuffed to her hospital bed as Sheriff Kruger (Chip Llorens), who's at her bedside when she awakens, claims she's a homicidal maniac and wants to send her to the chair. Now the last thing Cora remembers her being an unremarkable office worker who has never done anything wrong in her life, but with Kruger being as adamant to send her to death row, she makes a hasty escape from hospital, guided only by the messages on her cellphone from someone she doesn't even know - and suddenly she finds herself on the run from not only the Texas Rangers but also a gang of masked psychopaths, with only a young girl (Avi Lake) who knows too much to not somehow be involved on her side. Along the way, Cora tries to find out about her past 10 years, and what she learns she doesn't like, as apparently she has been a most brutal masked serialkiller called Hyde after suffering total amnesia. Somehow Cora finds out the only person who can help her is Dr. Cameron (Diana Rose), the psychiatrist who treated her 10 years ago for her amnesia, and the only person Cora's Hyde identity has always returned to. Thing is, Dr. Cameron might have an agenda of her own ...


In essence, Hyde is a slasher that's twisted out of form to such a degree that the lead is both the killer and the final girl, and thanks to a very cleverly concieved script, this approach works nicely too (even if it asks for quite a bit of suspension of disbelief when it comes to the film's psychological underpinnings). The result then is a wild goose chase with hardly a dull moment in sight, one that favours originality over formula, and that manages to surprise throughout. And a very dynamic directorial effort and a strong central performance by Kelsey Pribilski really help make this movie into a very entertaining genre piece.


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