I don't mind gory horror but the repetitive brains-getting-blown-out is the only facet of this movie that irritated me at all. A shocking and totally unexpected low-budget masterpiece! In general, the look and production values are quite good, but you could definitely feel some of the movie's lack of budget and resources in some areas. One of those pro or contra flicks, no in between and for me it was a contra. I watch a lot of movies and often feel like I've seen it all and know where most stories are headed, but this is a movie that really keeps you on your toes. With just the right amount of drama, tension, gore and comedy, this was what I would consider to be a perfect film. And the three main leads, who are playing very familiar and almost cartoonish archetype characters, do an incredible job of making these characters come across as totally believable and real human beings.
What makes the storytelling so much fun is that the audience knows from the beginning that in this somewhat conventional storyline, nothing is what it seems, sharing in the characters' bewilderment to figure out what's really going on. Olivia Tennet is also very good as the brash and seductive leading lady. They go to a remote cabin with her boyfriend and third partner in their little drug scheme. But when she lures him to an isolated cabin with her psychotic boyfriend, their simple love triangle quickly descends into a mind-blowing supernatural cycle of carnage and mayhem with no end. Things don't go so well and the boyfriend ends up dead.
After a brief moment of contemplation, Milton grabs his notebook and goes outside where he is greeted with a magnum pointed at his cranium, held by Russell, who also happens to be a cop. Now they must find a way to break free, or forever be dammed. Still from Blood Punch They all go outside, where Skyler is jumping up and down trying to grab the moon from the sky. She also tells Milton about Russell Boyland , her partner and boyfriend, who happens to be nothing short of psychotic, and basically the devil. He reminds me of a young Kurt Russell. As he unravels the mystery of his own circumstances, the characters are trapped together and the audience is trapped with them.
It is here that he meets a young beautiful girl who offers him a job. So much that it might be too much. Yet it turns out that making the meth is easy. But when she lures him to an isolated cabin with her psychotic boyfriend, their simple love triangle quickly descends into a mind-blowing supernatural cycle of carnage and mayhem with no end. But on the plus side, he has a plan to break them out and a secluded cabin for the cook. Russell comes up the stairs and announces it is time to cook some meth.
The acting is serviceable to the story. They wanted to make a movie of their own and for it to be a departure. I really don't want to give away anything specific when it comes to the plot and story. The three are driving and it is clear that Skyler is very scared of Russell. Skyler has her hands on 100 lbs of pseudoephedrine and has one day to make it into meth for a multimillion dollar payday.
Storyline: A young man breaks out of rehab to follow a mysterious bad girl into an easy drug score. But I found myself way too swept up in the story to ever really mind or care. Skyler runs out, telling him not to shoot, and that this is the cook. Acquainted with Milton, the heroine realizes that he - the one who needs it. Russell smiles and describes the process that only Milton should know. The next morning they find out the day is starting over again that they just had.
There he met a charming girl. They used different ways of killing each other and they just happen to be in a hunter's cabin stocked with weapons mounted on the walls. The next morning, Milton wakes up: it is Tuesday…again. If you told me that a little movie like this could come along out of nowhere to seamlessly and successfully blend horror, film noir, and black comedy, I would have scoffed. They get to an isolated hunting cabin and get settled in by getting stoned out of their mind.
In a story that's nothing but twists, the audience finds itself trapped in the same puzzle as its characters, and even ways out are not what they seem. Russell goes to shoot him, but there are no bullets in the gun. It's nothing new or original, in fact it's been done to 'death'. It's a blend of film noir, horror, science fiction, and black comedy and yet somehow comes together almost perfectly, blending and juggling all these familiar genres into its' own incredibly unique and distinctive vision. But it's the conversations that are sometimes a bit foolish.