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Pig Killer
Pork Chop Rod

USA 2022
produced by
Chad Ferrin, Robert Rhine, Robert Miano, Kate Patel (executive), Jeff Olan (executive), Susan Priver (executive), Jennifer Drake (executive), Neb Chupin (executive) for Crappy World Films, Girls and Corpses, Laurelwood Pictures
directed by Chad Ferrin
starring Jake Busey, Lew Temple, Kate Patel, James Russo, Bai Ling, Robert Miano, Ginger Lynn, Cyril O'Reilly, Michael Paré, Robert Rhine, Kurt Bonzell, Jon Budinoff, Silvia Spross, Susan Priver, Cassandra Gava, Elina Madison, Scott Vogel, Jennifer Drake, Brian Burke, Roger Garcia, Neb Chupin, Kristi McHugh, Brandon Kirk, Bob Sankey, Gerard McMahon, Steve Hitselberger, Louis Metoyer, Kimberley Garcia, Zeus Sagittarious, Mark Kopman, Robyn Lundin, Rhea Gardner, Quentin Jones, Suzanne Sumner Ferry, McKenna Ferry, Renee Clark, Jed Rowen, Channy Crossfire, Catalina Keller, Viktoriia Vlasenko
written by Chad Ferrin, music by G Tom Mac (= Gerard McMahon), special makeup and gore effects by Joe Castro

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Willy's (Jake Busey) and his brother David (Lew Temple) run a pig farm, and even if their place is modest, to say the least, they are to come into some money as their land is worth half a fortune. Now Willy's a bit of an awkward guy and not exactly the most handsome, but he's well liked because he always throws gatherings with music and alcohol, and he's known to supply pretty girls with drugs time and again. Now what nobody, not even David, knows is that he has the habit of killing these pretty girls - all due to the "special" relationship he has had with his deceased mother (Ginger Lynn). Two cops (Michael Paré, Robert Rhine) are already on his case, but they're unable to prove anything because Willy's smart enough to remove all the evidence - meaning feeding his victims to his pigs ...

Young and pretty Wendy (Kate Patel) has just overdosed on smack, and it has almost killed her. And while still on the mend, she gets into a terrible argument with her dad (Robert Miano) and her wicked stepmum (Silvia Spross), which ultimately leads to her running away from home. Now with no place to stay for the night, she picks up a conversation with Willy at the local bar, knowing about his reputation concerning giving drugs to pretty girls, and she figures if she's nice enough he'd even invite her over to his place for the night - which totally works fine, but when the next morning she wakes up handcuffed in his bed, she has to notice she's in for more than she has bargained for ...

Bai Ling plays one of Willy's victims, James Russo an undercover cop.


Now Pig Killer is a film that isn't likely to leave anyone cold, and not so much for its gore scenes but for its cynical, almost nihilistic undercurrents that really and successfully mirror its leads lack of compassion. But that's not to say the film is just a gaze into the abyss, as it actually tells its story in a multi-layered way that really gives depth to the central characters and creates a rich enviroment for them. And a directorial effort that certainly doesn't shy away from gore but doesn't make it its central setpiece, and a very solid cast certainly help make this a pretty powerful genre piece.


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