Cast: Paul McCloskey,Barbara Lessin,Bruce De Santis,Emily Spiegel
A pseudo-documentary edited from the home movies of serial killers Wayne & Andrea Montgomery, presenting a look into their quiet, suburban lives as well as the graphic & disturbing details of their horrific crimes.
First off let me say I am not a huge fan of movies shot in the "docu-style" like this film is but after sitting down to watch this I can now say there wasn't a better way, filming this like any other film would of never been as effective. I have to say this was one of the most disturbing movies I have seen in some time and I see a lot of them. You are given a front row seat to what looks like a original family, from the outside that is but once behind closed doors you begin to witness just how demented this couple really is. Writer/Director,Anthony Spadaccini did a fantastic job on a very low budget. He has made a horror film that Hollywood only wishes they could make. This is certainly not a film for everyone but if you can handle a movie about the sickest side of human psyche then you are going to be set-back and amazed. The acting was nothing short of fantastic, that combined with the camera movement and excellent score made this feel maybe too real. Blood in horror movies today is common, that isn't what made this scary. What did was the way this couple went about their dark sinister ways and to think this kind of thing happens is that much more scary. In closing if your squeamish stay far away from this film but if you enjoy horror that pushes the limits and like something that shows a sick and twisted side of humanity we never talk about then I highly recommend this film. Anthony Spadaccini can be proud, he has made an instant classic that is sure to find a cult following. Released by Fleet Street Films. ***** Out Of *****