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Suburban Nightmare (2004)

Cast: Brandy Little, Trent Haaga, Hayden Tweedie
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Studio: ei Independent Cinema
Genre: Horror, Slashers, Studios, Seduction
Running Time: 85 min.
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This title is currently out of print.

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Trent Haaga and Brandy Little star as married couple Charles and Deborah in this gory horror film from writer/director John Keeyes. While appearing to be an average, mild-mannered American husband and wife, behind closed doors Charles and Deborah are a malicious serial-killing duo, a gruesome fact that their unsuspecting neighbors find out a bit too late. But after hacking up local strangers, the pair's marital bond begins to weaken, and before long, Charles and Deborah are each looking to the other for their next victim. Released straight-to-video in 2004, Suburban Nightmare also stars Hayden Tweedie. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Mow your lawn if it needs it. by filmluv April 4, 2005 - 10:10 PM PDT
1 out of 3 members found this review helpful
This film takes itself to seriously. It's one of those films that try to get you with sophmoric, student film shock at the same time along with a dash of serious marriage issues.

The biggest problem with this film there was just to much babble and bickering between husband and wife. It would have been better if it let the audience think a little.

The music was annoying and didn't fit the scenes. It felt as if the filmmaker had a friend in a band and did him a favor by putting their music in as scene filler. I will hand it to the cinematographer for his angles and lighting. The production design was great. Especially the basement scene. Even the acting. Everything was pretty much great except for the story and action.

When you look at the cover, you say, "Hey! Now there's a little quirkyness!" Unfortunately, you don't even see that in the film! All you pretty much see is 45 minutes of a couple fighting, nagging and stabbing a hooker in the livingroom.

I will say, there is a scene when the cops come to the door about a disturbance call. That was pretty good although it lasted for a minute and a half. The extra features with the behind the scenes is better than the movie. The extra short films suck.

To sum things up... if you have some time to kill, go ahead and give it a try. If you need to mow the lawn, do that instead.

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(Average 5.16)
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