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Trash Arts Killers: Volume Two

UK 2019
produced by
Sam Mason-Bell for Trash Arts
directed by Emma Jayne Lloyd, Sam Mason-Bell, Jessica Hunt, Robbie Hampstead, David Black, Thomas J. Davenport, Grant Murphy, Martin W. Payne, Mike Peter Reed
starring Martyna Madej, Alexandra Robertshaw, Robbie Hampstead, Rishky Patel, Ryan Carter, Annabella Rich, Jessica Hunt, Jackson Batchelor, Alice Mulholland, Tritia DeViSha, David Black, Glen Cook, Brett Campell McLare, Simon Berry, Teo Dumitrui, Spencer Craig, Natalie Bailey-Trist, Daniel Kewn, Grant Murphy, Tyne Stewart, Mark Margason, Martin W. Payne
written by Sam Mason-Bell, Emma Jayne Lloyd, Jessica Hunt, Robbie Hampstead, David Black, Thomas J. Davenport, Nick John Whittle, music by Kevin MacLeod, Chris Zabriskie, Dark Tranquility, Karthy Karunanidhi

Trash Arts Killers

review by
Mike Haberfelner

As a female painter (Martyna Madej) is painting what turns out to be the perfectly disturbing picture that seems to take everything out of her, we're treated to a handful of scary stories:

  • The Masked One: A woman (Alexandra Robertshaw) finds herself followed by a masked man (Robbie Hampstead) - who proves to be impossible to shake ...
  • ArachnAcid: For some good time, two friends are going on an acid trip one of them has nicked from his job at the hospital - which goes reasonably well until one of them overdoses ...
  • Final Demand: He's just a poor guy over-burdoned with bills to pay when he receives a "final demand" that says "you've been warned" and is more a threat than an invoice - and has the means to make good its threat ...
  • Sex Robot: A guy (David Black) tries to get it off with a sex robot (Tritia DeViSha), but it takes him a while to realize she takes everything he says literally, and by the time he does figure just that, he has already been chased around her room, anally probed, and - well, let's not even go there ...
  • Sad Dad: A guy pick up a woman at a bar - to put her into a cage ... and she's not the first any only one, either ...
  • Faith: A woman (Natalie Bailey-Trist) feels so lonely she tries to kill herself - but even suicide is easier said than done when you're constantly interrupted.
  • Mate!: A couple (Tyne Stewart, Mark Margason) plays chess for high stakes - their own bodyparts ...
  • Smother Nature: A pervert gets naked in the woods, not knowing that he's being watched. And those who watch are not just voyeurs ...

Like the first Trash Arts Killers, this one is a mixed bag of goodies, offering everything from artsy horror to exploitation, broad comedy to heartwarming drama, gore fest to suspense - and again, the concept works as the movie's pretty much offering something for everyone, and should one segment not work for a certain part of the audience, the next one sure will - expecially since on an objective level, all films live up to a certain quality standard, and more subjectively, while some are better than others, none of them really suck, making this a really fun experience that might also work very well as a party movie.


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directed by
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written by
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