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Parts Unknown

USA 2018
produced by
Richard Chandler for Boston Film Family
directed by Richard Chandler
starring William DeCoff, Alexandra Cipolla, Sarah Michelle, Lizzie Havoc, Alexander Hauck, Ralph Regine, Christina Costello, Stephen Cwiok, Jake Roberts (voice), Melantha Blackthorne, Brian Schiedel, Ray Hryb, Oselito Joseph, Brandon Webb, Franky Vain, Paul M McAlarney, Rachel Gordon, James Balsamo, Georgia Rose Matlack, Ken Holmes, Jack Caron, Robert Tye, Erik Johnsen, Arthur Bergoli, Gary Lee Vincent, Charmaine Jossick, Renee Lawrie, Katy Germain, Ian Price, John J. Reynolds, Christopher W. Reynolds, James L. Leite, Leila Hazlett, Stabatha La Thrills, Nick Charles, Angel Connell, Nathaniel Cook, Tim Collins (voice), Salena Powers, George Raynor, Mathew Fisher, John Callahan, Jon Pierce, Richard Chandler, Aurora Grabill
written by Richard Chandler, music by André Ferreira Fernandes, Michael Shiraef

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Of late, wrestling has become ever more violent, and the Von Strasser family's really at the frontline of this, be it through patriarch Hermann (William DeCoff), who slits an opponent's throat with barb wire during a match, or through Kitty (Sarah Michelle), who cuts off another girl's nipple inside the ring, that other girl actually being Hermann's girlfriend Lacey (Lizzie Havoc). None of this sits well with thier promoter, so eventually they're suspended from duty, but that doesn't keep the Von Strassers from going on an even wilder killing spree, with Harvey (Alexander Hauck), mildest-mannered of the Von Strasser siblings, burying the corpses by the swamp - because the Von Strassers want to raise a swamp demon via some devillish ritual, and this demon can take over the world once it has been fed enough souls. There's only one person to stop them, Mary (Alexandra Cipolla), a woman with only a hazy memory of her past who just cannot die, but can feel pain, and she crosses paths with the Von Strassers time and again, and it's not always nice ...

Genre fave Melantha Blackthorne can be seen as a soothsayer.


Now I have to admit, this is a movie that takes a bit of time to really kick into gear, narratively, as much time is spent chronicling the misdeeds of the Von Strassers in and outside of the ring, scenes that might be full of action and violence but get a bit redundant after a while. But once the actual plot does kick in, one's really up for a wild ride with no-holds-barred and an anything-goes attitude, a ride that will satisfy the heart of any horror fan from the more savage side of the spectrum, as the film has an irresistible grindhouse attitude to everything, doesn't shy away when things get rough, and does its best to entertain in the process.


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