Directed By: Chad Archibald & Philip Carrer
Starring: Ryan Barrett, Jennifer De Lucia, Peter Soltesz, Casey Dutfield, Andrew Ferguson, Thomas Gofton, Carrie Prout
Distributed by: Troma Entertainment
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 85 minutes
Film: 1 out of 5 stars
Extras: 2 out of 5 stars
I should have known what to expect from this film from the start when the DVD cover spelled Chad Archibald, the director’s name, as Chad Archivald. The film s a real VHS feel to it but is over-the-top stupid. The film only had a budget of $5K and trust me it shows. The acting is terrible but with Troma films, I have never expected much in that department. Overall, if you enjoy extremely cheesy horror this might be worth it for a laugh or two but besides that I would steer clear. The only real thing this DVD will “Kill” is 85 minutes of your time…and I will be here all week, ladies and gentlemen.
The film follows six strangers who wake up in strange house and are unable to leave. There are told what to do from a strange voice over a loud speaker and find that there are men stalking then in the house. There group realize quickly that in order to survive they must…KILL!! Come on with a titled like “Kill”, what did you expect from the film. This ain’t Shakespeare.
The special include an audio commentary from the director’s Chad Archibald & Philip Carrer and a trailer for the film. What movie released by Troma would be complete with out some Troma Trailers and a Radiation March, which can only be explained by watching it for yourself. Lastly, there is a Transvestite PSA featuring Lemmy from Motorhead and South Park’s Trey Parker and Matt Stone. Only Troma…only Troma.