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The Killing Death

Canada 2008
produced by
Ian Russell, Lee Hansen
directed by Ian Russell
starring Jeremy Dangerfield, Tyhr Trubiak, Neil Reimer, Veronica Ternopolski, Stephen Washen, Darren Felbel, Caley Gibson, Jay Van Deventer, Christine Leong, Chris Cichelly, Ashleigh Lernout, David Annandale, Janat Blackmon, Patricia Johnston, Lee Hansen, Erin Soltess, Todd Hersak, Ryan Morton, Andrew Stobart, Corey Falvo, Sarah Dietrich
written by Ian Russell, music by Bogman

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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A psycho's roaming the city ... and it's Phil (Neil Reimer), the harmless looking young pizzaguy, whose favourite modus operandi it is to show up at the places of people he's got a score to settle with and pretend somebody prank-ordered a pizza in their name, and once he's invited in, he murders them brutally and then takes some of their limbs or organs - which he uses to ultimately create the perfect pizza.

Veteran cop Frank (Jeremy Dangerfield) and rookie cop Jimmy (Tyhr Trubiak) are on the case, but all they have to go on is some hieroglyphs found with one of the victims that suggest cannibalism - which promptly makes Frank to arrest professor Thompson (Darren Felbel), who they've originally hired to help them with the hieroglyphs, and then a hobo (Jay Van Deventer), just because he was at the wrong place at the wrong time. Which all of course gives Phil more and more of a head start when it comes to find all the right ingrendiets for his perfect pizza ...


Now first things first, The Killing Death was done on a very low budget - and it shows, I won't lie to you. But for a change, this doesn't stand in the way of the film being thoroughly entertaining. Basically it seems the filmmakers were very aware of the film's shortcomings even at the scripting stage and made up for this with a screenplay basically making fun of the very fact, a screenplay influenced by the works of low budget maestro Herschell Gordon Lewis no doubt, but not so much for its gore content but its relentless tongue-in-cheek approach, its likeable crudeness and its absolute intention to entertain. So if you have a predilection for the macabre, there's plenty in this one to laugh about, be entertained by, maybe even freaked out by. No masterpiece for sure, but maybe a minor cult gem ...


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