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Redwood Massacre: Annihilation

USA 2020
produced by
Stephen Durham, Lorraine Keith, HemDee Kiwanuka, Niko Foster (executive), Michael Tadross jr (executive), Bernard Salzmann (executive) for Clear Focus Movies
directed by David Ryan Keith
starring Danielle Harris, Damien Puckler, Gary Kasper, Jon Campling, Tevy Poe, Benjamin Selway, Stephanie Lynn Styles, Jessica-Anne Blum, Lisa Cameron, Linny Casson, Luke Aquilina, Alec Westwood, Gavin Park, HemDee Kiwanuka, Candice Guzzetti, Ryan Livingstone, Liam Matheson (voice)
written by David Ryan Keith, music by Drew Denton, special effects by Johann Frenshock

Redwood Massacre

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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10 years ago, Tom's (Jon Campling) daughter Sarah (Jessica-Anne Blum) was massacred while out camping, and her murder was never solved, apart from the fact that the murderer wore a burlap mask. Since then, Tom has been investigating the murder - and while he hasn't uncovered any vital clues, he has written a book about it that sells well enough to warrant the occasional book signing. And one of these signings is attended by Max (Damien Puckler), a guy who claims he knows more about the killer, and he brings the killer's burlap mask as proof. Of course this sparks Tom's interest, so he gathers his old gang to go on an expedition with him and Max - the gang consisting of Tom's daughter Laura (Danielle Harris), her friend Jen (Tevy Poe) and the group's muscle Gus (Gary Kasper). None of them trusts Max very much, but to his credit he does lead them to an underground complex they first take for a secret army base, until they find out it's a giant lab where serialkillers were literally bred, as some documents prove - so Max hasn't been lying at all about having a lead on the killer. Thing is, Max is a serialkiller himself, and he's in league with the killer in the burlap mask (Benjamin Selway), and enjoys watching him doing his work. And he has locked our heroes in, and while they're fully armed, Max and the masked killer actually know their way around the complex ...


Now this film is certainly not the reinvention of the genre, but it does throw motives of the slasher, conspiracy thriller, action flick and science fiction together in a very entertaining way, finding the right balance between suspense and spectacle, with an appropriate amount of violence and gore added to keep genre audiences interested throughout while taking full advantage of its maze-like and at times claustrophobic location. And very solid and relatable performances really round out a piece of pretty cool genre entertainment.


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