Mitch Wright II, Rick Roland jr, Matthew Cichella, Gavin ap' Morrygan, Chuck Cichella (executive), Travis Legge (executive), Adrian Cazares (executive), Chad Merrifield (executive), Curtis McManus (executive), David Kilroy (executive), Juergen Kilp (executive) for Never Submit Entertainment, Plastic Age Productions, Cazares Entertainment
directed by Matthew Cichella
starring Ty Yaeger, Marc Edwards, Talena Caza, Heather Dorff, Tommy Larson, Melissa Revels, Sierra Holmes, Jolene M. Aldus, Dave Block, Tony Lee Gatz, Rob Romero, Marv Blauvelt, Kaylee Williams, Sue Cook, Randy Cook
written by Matthew Cichella, music by Deann Baker, edited and special effects by Travis Legge
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When Julie (Heather Dorff) cheats on her husband RayRay aka The Cowboy
(Ty Yaeger), he retaliates by killing both her lover (Dave Block) and his
wife (Jolene M. Aldus) - the wife because he considers her not a victim of
infidelity but an "enabler" for letting her husband stray ...
totally ignoring the fact that by this set of standards he'd be quite the
enabler himself ...
3 years later, Riley (Talena Caza) is waiting for
her husband Jackson (Marc Edwards) to join her at a concert ... but he
never shows up. She gets hit on by another man, but turns him down,
because she wants to be faithful to her husband. Now it wasn't always that
way, as it turns out later when she and hubby reunite at home - she has
cheated on her husband only recently, and he has found out and since is
full of reproach - in another word, their married life is slightly on the
... and that's not even the problem here, because you
know, while Jackson knows about Riley's infidelity (a one-time event, mind
you), she doesn't know about his, a long ongoing affair with - none other
than Julie, the Cowboy's wife. But while she doesn't know, the Cowboy
does, and you know that he doesn't like men who shag his wife and their
wives aka "enablers". So he breaks into Jackson and Riley's
home, knocks them out, ties them up in their basement ... and gives them a
bit of marriage counseling - and since he has brought a big macho handgun,
a machete, and of course tied up and gagged Julie, this promises to be
bloody fun ...
One of these micro-budget genre movies that
actually gets it right: This doesn't feature the greatest of locations,
the special effects might be very well-executed and bloody, but they are
limited in scope, there isn't a high bodycount or especially inventive
murders, no action setpieces or excessiveness of any kind (at least not by
gorehound standards) - instead the movie is based on strong characters
(and strong acting to go with it), a well-structured story with an
enjoyably mean streak to it (the twist ending is delicious), and a
directorial effort that really makes the most of what's available instead
of aiming too high (the problem of quite a few indie horrors, come to
think of it).