A take on the fable of ‘don’t pick on kids because they’ll snap one day and kill you’, Some Guy Who Kills People is a simple story about Ken Boyd – a man recently released from a mental hospital. After surviving a traumatic beat down by the high school basketball team – and a subsequent suicide attempt –Some Guy adds an extra element to the tortured kid story by giving them a bullied child of their own to take care of. It’s a satisfying movie in that you can tune out and enjoy yourself while watching it, but by adding that little extra element – of a down and out type trying desperately to have a normal life – it makes it that much more enjoyable. READ MORE
In the film a quiet town is uprooted by a series of murders committed by someone bent on revenge. John Landis (American Werewolf in London, “Thriller”) will be producing.
Alternate synopsis: A horror-comedy about a lonely, small-town loser who sets out to kill each of the men he deems responsible for his miserable life.
The story features a film production in Transylvania which is tainted by an old piece of celluloid containing images of a woman’s murder.
A night of Spring Break partying turns into a living nightmare for student Mary Murdock (Laura Breckenridge; “Related”) after hitting a bump on a dark road only to find a man dangling from her car’s bumper. Panicked, Mary frantically beats him unconscious, buries him in the woods and returns home to cover her tracks. But when it becomes clear that her victim survived her brutal attack and wants her dead, Mary stops worrying about evidence and becomes more concerned with living through the night.
In the Arctic tundra of Northern Alaska, an advance team working for a petroleum exploration company is engaged in a massive project to exploit the oil resources of the pristine land.
After one crewmember is found dead, a disorientation slowly claims the sanity of the other members of the team as each of them succumbs to an unknown fear.