Thursday, December 28, 2017

68 KILL (2017) (Blu-ray Review)

68 KILL (2017)

Label: Scream Factory/IFC Midnight

Region Code: A
Rating: R
Duration: 96 Minutes
Audio: English DTS-HD MA Surround 5.1 with Optional English Subtitles
Video: 1080p HD Widescreen (2.35:1) 
Director: Trent Haaga
Cast: Matthew Gray Gubler, AnnaLynne McCord, Alisha Boe, Sheila Vand, Sam Eidson

Trashy thriller 68 Kill (2017) stars TV's  Criminal Minds star Matthew Gray Gubler as nice-guy loser Chip, a man beyond pussy-whipped by his Southern-hot slice of sexiness Liza (AnnaLynne McCord, Excision), a hard woman who gets her kicks from beating and strangling Chip while hate-fucking him, that is when shes not getting nailed by her wealthy sugar-daddy on the side. The sad part is that Chip knows about the other guy but let's it slide because she says it don't mean anything, it's just about the money, the poor just won't stand-up for himself, he is completely under the control of the sweet-pussy. 

Liza convinces Chip to reluctantly join in on stealing sixty-eight grand from her sugar daddy, but when the robbery turns into a homicide Chip finds himself on the run with the money and hiding from Liza with a female-hostage in his trunk, whom he begins to fall in love with, will Chip ever learn? 

This film is a blast, directed by writer/actor/director Trent Haaga the film is seedy and action-packed, loaded with trashy fucking, hardened women, and fast-paced trailer park weirdness, it goes by fast and holds up to repeat watches. Matthew Gray Gubler is perfect for the role of the spineless guy who lets women walk all over him, we keep wanting him to rise to the occasion and when he does it's awesome. There's no shortage of strong-willed women, the ones your mamma warned you about, the role of white trash vixen is tailor-made for AnnaLynne McCord who is smoking hot and so fucking diabolical, but also very charming in a sexy, crazy sort of way. Then we have Alisha Boe as the street-smart Violet and Sheila Vand as the Goth madwoman Monica who is sort of like a maniacal Lydia from Beetlejuice. I won't spoil the fun by explaining the plot any more than I have but this was a heck of a fun watch, very trashy, fast-paced and well-executed. 

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