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The Last House
Breath of Hate

USA 2015
produced by
Sean Cain, Mary Laurie (executive), David Vasile (executive), Aline Leicht (associate), Ezra Buzzington (associate) for Velvet Hammer Films, Arson Cuff Entertainment
directed by Sean Cain
starring Ezra Buzzington, Jason Mewes, Lauren Walsh, Jack Forcinito, Monique Parent, Timothy Muskatell, Ricardo Gray, Felissa Rose, Alexis Zibolis, Trista Robinson, Jeanine Daniels, Ted Prior, Aramis Sartorio (= Tommy Pistol), Joanna Angel, Alissa Koenig, Frank Megna, Melanie Doyle, Regan Reese, Luke Y. Thompson
written by Wes Laurie, music by Mario Salvucci, special makeup effects by Tom Devlin, Andrew Wiersma/1313 FX

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Ned's (Jason Mewes) in love with Love (Lauren Walsh). Now Love is an escort, but that doesn't faze Ned much, that's the way he met her, but of course he'd want her to quit her job and go steady with him. The good news, Love loves Ned back. Sure she tries to push him away as she feels he deserves better, but she does very poorly when it comes to hiding her honest affection to him. Finally she gives into her feelings and asks her pimp Sonny (Jack Forcinito) out. Sonny is reluctant to let her go, but promises to at least consider it if she does one more job that night with two other girls (Alexis Zibolis, Jeanine Daniels). Love doesn't return from that job that night, doesn't phone Ned as she has promised to, and that drives Ned to do desperate things ...

Love's evening starts out as an interesting one, this was more than just the ordinary fuck party, her host, aptly named Hate (Ezra Buzzington) proves to be an intellectual, and he quickly senses he has found somebody to match himself with in Love, leaving her companions to his perverted associates (Monique Parent, Ricardo Gray), and before he even touches Love, they have long philosophical discussion, with him pitching his nihilistic worldview against her sarcasm ... but ultimately, things turn sour, as he knocks out Love and she finds herself all tied up when she comes to, while Hate's associates kill Love's companions rather violently - but Hate can't let Love go quite as easily, and Love proves to still have quite a bit of fight in her ...


If you think The Last House is just a sleazy piece of psycho horror after reading my synopsis ... I really can't blame your for one minute, but you're still wrong, as despite its subject matter, the sleaze factor of The Last House is rather tamed down with all the nudity reduced to a few topless scenes in a strip club - what you're in for instead is quite an interesting puzzle of genre elements, put together not always in chronological but mostly emotional order, something that might be a bit confusing but still feels right. Add to this a cast of interesting characters ably brought to life by a strong cast, some very sharp dialogue, and both a narrative and directorial approach that succeed in keeping you guessing, and you've got yourself a rather great movie.


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