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Kill Teaser

USA 2018
produced by
Rosemary Hallaren (executive), MB X. McClain (executive) for Undernet Productions
directed by MB X. McClain
starring Tobee Paik, Charlie Liao, Laurie Riihimaki, Dylan Porteus, Will Wood, Bianca Teresi, Mike Savitski, Chris Pizzapi, Tricia Vaccaro, Tiffany Amber Wilkins, Douglas Estrada, Susan McClain
concept by MB X. McClain, screenplay by Chris Librizzi, Rosemary Hallaren, Antonio Morales, Ian Rordan, Joe Witouski, music by Koichi Kimura, Naho Ishitani, special makeup effects by Rosemary Hallaren

review by
Mike Haberfelner

The Studier (Tobee Paik) is only 17, and he already has no life - he doesn't go to college and has no job, still lives with his parents and has no friends, and basically spends most of the time in his room in front of his computer, with his parents yelling at him. There are two things that actually give him pleasure: One's frequenting the neighbourhood diner, which is rather second rate, but he has long fallen in love with the waitress (Laurie Riihimaki) there, whom he's stalking on and off. The other is watching torture videos by the mysterious and weirdly masked Kill Teaser (Charlie Liao), videos that usually end in murder. Then one day, the Studier runs into Kill Teaser, who's trying to get rid of a corpse, which of course gives him an initial shock, but to his surprise, Kill Teaser offers to take him on as an apprentice, educate him in the art of torturing and killing - and with a mix of fear and curiosity, the Studier accepts the offer. Meanwhile, the waitress falls for local small fry womanizer Hot Freakin' (Dylan Porteus), totally unaware that he only plays the sensitive guy to get into her panties - and of course, eventually he drugs and rapes her, and right before the Studier's very eyes as well. This is of course the perfect opportunity for the Studier to apply everything he has learned with Kill Teaser to avenge the waitress - but that of course is nothing if not a perfect recipe for a downward spiral ...


Now this is certainly not a movie for everyone as it's an unapologetically violent and nihilistic movie that very much blurs the line between "good" and "evil". But if one can accept stories that don't necessarily follow one's own moral compass, then Kill Teaser can also be an interesting character study,and maybe even a cautionary tale of how a rather average guy can lured to the dark side of things, including receiving in-kind punishment in the finale. But what makes this movie quite so impactful is its no-frills directorial approach that keeps things shockingly real - and for that all the more disturbing. And Kill Teaser's own very grotesque mask just deserves a special mention for originality!


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