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The Sleepwalker Strangler

USA 2009
produced by
South Jersey Films, WAVE Productions
directed by Gary Whitson; guest directors: Phil Herman, Michael A. Tiller, Joe Sherlock, Luc Bernier
starring Debbie D, Caitlin Shore, Dean Paul, GW Lawrence (= Gary Whitson), Deana Demko, Nancy Feliciano, Krystal Stevenson, Toni Dragon, Richard Siegfried, Isa M, Tracey Lixx (= Tina Krause), Luke Marlowe, Violetta
written by Gary Whitson, music by SmartSounds

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Someone is strangling women in a small town, and everything points to Bob (Dean Paul), the very cop investigating the case who has taken to sleepwalking (including waking up in strange places) ever since an innocent kid was shot in a shootout between the local police force and a criminal. All others on the force have undergone psychiatric treatment with Doc Selma (Deana Demko) after the incident, but Bob has somehow managed to so far dodge it.

Eventually, the mysterious killer goes after Bob's girlfriend Jesse (Catalin Shore) ... and is lured into a trap by Bob. The killer is now revealed to be one of their colleagues, Simpson (GW Lawrence). But ... but ... but ...

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So ok, this film was shot on the cheap, which shows in pretty much every aspect, its costumes, its sets, its direct-to-video looks ... but that doesn't mean the film can't still be good, because what the film might lack in budget it makes up with an original plot, a plot that takes the seemingly much-travelled slasher formula (with breasts, wet T-shirts and violence in all the right places) and twists and turns the film's outcome around towards the end so incredibly often it makes your head spin - but spin in a good way. Sure, this is not the slick and polished conveyor belt slasher big budget Hollywood presents you with time and again, instead a low budget effort that proves with a bit of imagination you can still make something out of an age-old plotline.

 

By the way, to order the movie click this link: http://www.wavemovies.com/2010/sleepwalker_strangler/index.html

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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