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Like Father, Like Daughter

USA 2022
produced by
Ken Brewer, Meri Gyetvay, Doug Waugh, Joe D'Aguanno for Livid Media
directed by Ken Brewer
starring Traci Burr, Doug Waugh, Kaitlin Kinner, Linnea Swanson, Ken Brewer, Meri Gyetvay, Joe D'Aguanno, Lawrence Waller, Matt Zercher, Alejandra Juarez, Tom Grindle, Doug Gyetvay, Diana Sandoval, Jennifer Bange, Wesson Marquez, Daniel Osbourne, Sharon Gibson, Geno Gibson, Sydney Delgado, Orlando Torres, Patricia Crook, Romina Bardales, Yajaira Bardales, Mark Kiazyk, Reggie Kirkpatrick, Tyler Ulrich, Al Zuniga, Jennifer Mattina, Javier Ruiz, Keith Johnson, Nicolle Orcher, John Hillman, Sarah Strasner, Eddie Baca
written by Ken Brewer, Meri Gyetvay, music by TeknoAXE, Jacob Lizotte, Craig Burlinghaim, Kill Kitty Kill, special effects makeup by Meri Gyetvay, special effects by Ken Brewer

review by
Mike Haberfelner

For years, Matt (Doug Waugh) has been a cop in San Francisco, but the job has taken its toll on him so he has relocated to a small Californian town to become a park ranger, and today's his first day on the job, which really ought to entail nothing more than walking the part with veteran rangers Cletus (Joe D'Auganno) and Mike (Lawrence Waller) and getting to know the premises and the regulars, like lovely guide Bobbie Jo (Traci Burr), who does tours through the park every weekend, like today. But then, serial killer Lyle Wheeler (Ken Brewer) and his equally homicidal daughter Nancy (Kaitlin Kinner) break out of a not too far mental institution, get their hands on a bunch of weapons and make it to the park where they start killing people - and quite naturally, they soon happen upon with Bobbie Jo's group. When Matt, Cletus and Mike happen upon the first dead bodies, they notice how ill-equipped they are for a situation like this - but they make it their mission to catch up and save Bobbie Jo and company, and are soon joined by off duty (and thus unarmed) detective Alexis (Linnea Swanson). So in theory, they have strength in number on their side - but while the group soon starts squabbling among one another and is in constant danger of breaking up, Lyle and Nancy are as clever as they're ruthless, and soon bring their unwilling opponents' numbers down ...


It's rather obvious that Like Father, Like Daughter was made on a modest budget, so it'd be wrong to expect big spectacle or elevated production value or technical perfection here. But for what it is, and that's a very basic slasher with comedic undertones, it's actually pretty good, as it offers some really fun characters - especially the killer duo on one side, and constantly nagging ranger Matt and detective Alexis on the other deserve mention -, relatable situations, some really fun dialogue, and the park itself as a pretty cool backdrop. So if low budget indie slashers are your thing, you're almost sure to like this one.

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