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Slasher House 2

UK 2016
produced by
Anna McCarthy, Mj Dixon, John Lepper (executive), Michael Chittenden (executive) for Mycho Entertainment, The Blood Shed
directed by Mj Dixon
starring Francesca Louise White, Luna Wolf, Sophie Portman, David Hon Ma Chu, Bam Goodall, Sam Cullingworth, Tiana Rogers, Jamie B. Chambers, Warren Speed, Sammie Lei, Anna McCarthy, Georgie Smibert, Michael Hallett, Moray Binfield, Wellington Grosvenor, Jason Impey, Craig Canning, William Marshall (III), Jane Haslehurst, Samantha Elliott Brody, Paris Rivers, Liza Keast, Lewis Cooper, Brandon Dunkley, Dizzie Valentine, Andrew Stanley
written by Mj Dixon, music by Hockey Mask Heroes, special effects makeup by Anna McCarthy

Slasher House, Red, Mycho's Molly, Mycho Universe

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Red's (Francesca Louise White) travelling the countryside chasing down serialkillers and slaughtering them thanks to her impressive skills in fighting and weaponry - but not so much because she's a good girl (in fact she cares rather little about the actual victims of the killers she's after) but because she's a woman with a vengeance. So when she on one of her quests to kill a stripper killer (David Hon Ma Chu) has to burn down a strip club and in the process leaves the only surviving stripper Amber (Luna Wolf) homeless, she couldn't care less. However, eventually Red finds herself on the run from an organisation, Hexagon, run by the man who killed her parents and sister, and when they almost get her, it's Amber who drags her out of harm's way. Apparently, Hexagon has something big and evil going on, something that involves capturing the maddest of all serialkillers to incarcerate them and ... well, who knows what.

Now Red's computer girl Luse has found out Hexagon's next victim is to be Molly (Tiana Rogers), a disabled 11 year old, and now Red and Amber set out to save her - but find out that she might be the most dangerous serialkillers of them all, as she can mind-control dolls. But while they have set their mind at saving Molly, they have somehow underestimated the threat of Hexagon, and the mere possibility that the organisation might be going after them ...


Perhaps more than any other Mycho-movie so far, Slasher House 2 is basically a comicbook come to life, and not only because of its colour scale that's based on bright and primary colours used in suggestive ways (and masterfully though), but also for its far-fetched and unrealistic but totally fun plot, it's many unlikely action scenes, the heroes' and villains's crazy and impracticable but fetching outfits, the occasional lack of laws of nature, and so on and so forth ... and at least (but probably not only) if you're into comicbooks, you'll love the film for it, because while it's certainly not a comedy and takes itself seriously enough, it's just so much FUN to watch: It's well paced, there's plenty of action and gore (with a blowjob murder featuring William Marshall and Janet Haslehurst taking the cake as best murder scene here), fun oneliners, sexy bits, and a feeling of heightened reality that fits the script amazingly well. And frankly, despite the title suggests a slasher movie, no matter if you like slashers or not, if you just want to be entertained in a comicbooky way (and better than by many an official comicbook adaptation from late), you really need to watch this!


Oh, and by the way, you'll definitely be surprised how this links to the first Slasher House - that said, you don't need to watch that movie to enjoy this one ... but you'll probably want to see it afterwards it you haven't already!


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