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USA 2020
produced by
Brandon Perras, Michael J. Ahern, Christopher Dalpe, Ryan Miller, Wayne Gonsalves, Philip Gelatt (executive), Victoria Dalpe (executive)
directed by Michael J. Ahern, Christopher Dalpe, Brandon Perras
starring Wayne Gonsalves, Michael McAdam (= Payton St. James), Brandon Perras, Christopher Dalpe, Johnny Sederquist (= Ninny Nothin), Matthew Pidge, Michael J. Ahern, Sean Murphy, Matthew Cicero (= Complete Destruction), Linnea Quigley, Michael Murphy, Tradd Sanderson, Paul Bohn (= Neoki Feytal), Michael Puppi, Anthony DeRose (= Jacqueline Dimera), David Joseph Rivera (= Kelly Square), Ryan Miller, Brian Finney, Chris Finn, William Jones, Paul Hobbs, Kerry Giorgi, Gary Jacques (= Ladiva Jonz), Graham Stokes
written by Michael J. Ahern, Christopher Dalpe, Brandon Perras, music by Devon Hunt, Kyle Paradis, Limmazene, special effects makeup by Victoria Elizabeth Black, Demetrio Asciutto, Scott C. Miller

review by
Mike Haberfelner

This is the story of Dwayne (Wayne Gonsalves), who works as barman at a gay club that puts on popular drag shows. And this is the story of Gloria Hole (Michael McAdam), an aging drag queen who had been popular once but along with her youth her appeal to modern audiences has long faded away - something she has yet come to terms with. And this is the story of Tony Two Fingers (Brandon Perras), who runs the club Dwayne works and Gloria performs at. As of late, several regulars at the club and even one of the drag performers have turned up dead with all their blood drained, but Tony js lucky enough to be able to pay off the detectives working on the case (Michael J. Ahern, Sean Murphy) to keep things under a lid. But then his human dog (Ryan Miller), the only person he has ever cared about, goes missing, and he comes to the realization to just hush things up might not be the best of tactics. Dwayne is aware of the murders, but after all he needs the money to pay the rent - especially when Brian (Christopher Dalpe), his best friend and flatmate, disappears. And he has last been seen with Gloria ...

Horror fave Linnea Quigley makes a cameo appearance as a cab driver.


A pretty fun serialkiller thriller with shades of giallo cinema in some of its more stylish setpieces and more bloody murders, and setting it in the world of drag queens (including some pretty cool drag performances) sure gives the film some extra appeal, and even if the representation is not totally cliché-free, it treats the characters with respect. But what really makes the film relatable is that in the midst of all the shiny colours and chaos of the club most of the film is set in, it doesn't take itself too seriously, without ever going just moronic - and the outcome is solid genre entertainment before a welcomely unusual backdrop.


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