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Red Handed
Children of Moloch

USA 2019
produced by
Nick Cassavetes, Aaron Steele-Nicholson, Mike Marvin (executive), Michael Biehn (executive), Tangley Lloyd (executive), Joshua Gould (executive), Jack Van Valkenburgh (executive), Walter Beach (executive), Zach Clark (executive), Amy Roth (executive), Gilbertz Klemann (executive), James Ritman (executive), James Quinn (executive), Meredith Peluso (executive), Caroline Vreeland (executive), Christian Madsen (executive), Chris Prapha (executive), Nicole Peluso (executive), Johnny Fountain (executive) for Oglivy Pictures, Blanc/Biehn Productions, Anarch Pictures
directed by Frank Peluso
starring Michael Biehn, Michael Madsen, Owen Burke, Christian Madsen, Caroline Vreeland, Kenzie Dalton, Zoe Chait, Ryan Carnes, Frank Peluso 3, Rick Salomon, Thyme Lewis, Jay Seals, Beth Miller, Carl Crudup, Hunter Daily, Jackson Hinden, Clement von Franckenstein, Kurt Andon, Pierce Ritman, Ja'Lon Carter El, Daniel Fitzgerald, Don Michael Morris jr, Hattan French, Sal Tesauro, Akanji Okuboye, Donvan Louie, Denise Stevens
written by Frank Peluso, music by 1982Paris

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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After their father (Michael Madsen) has been murdered, his three estranged sons Pete (Owen Burke), Duffy (Christian Madsen) and Gus (Ryan Carnes), along with Duffy and Gus's respective wives Laurel (Kenzie Dalton) and Emma (Zoe Chait), and Duffy's son Louie (Frank Peluso 3) convene in the Oregon mountains to spread his ashes in a certain river. They're warmly welcomed by their father's neighbours, especially patriarch Reynolds (Michael Biehn), while his niece Rachael (Caroline Vreeland) soon enough catches the attention of Duffy, and at one point she lures him away to have a nice time in a barn while leaving Louie with her family. But when Duffy returns to pick up Louie, he's gone, and everyone else is gone as well. He regroups with his brothers to go and look for Louie, and it now turns out that Pete, who has spent most of his youth in a psychiatric institution and hasn't been himself since, seems to know more about what has happened to Louie than he lets on - maybe more than he consciously knows himself even. But what the three brothers ultimately uncover are not too comfortable facts that might have to do with a local Satanic circle that has made it its habit to kidnap young boys of Louie's age - and back when, Pete had almost been one of them. But knowing this is one thing, finding and freeing Louie is still quite another ...


A very cool piece of horror of the rural Satanists-variety, one that takes time to unfold its mystery and sets up the stage for its finale with great care, giving the audience only glimpses of what will ultimately happen along the way, and making good use of its locale to generate an atmosphere of inexpicable threat along the way. The directorial effort thus is fittingly restrained to not hammer things home with a sledgehammer while the cast stands strong to make their characters work.

Well worth a look for sure.


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