In an allegorical female driven film that intimately explores the idea of growing beyond violence, a tight-knit group of vampires crashes into the twenty-first century when their master awakes from decades of sleep.
Sgt. James returns home from the front lines. Witness testimony states there was violent argument when her fiance broke off the wedding engagement. She is arrested for the murder of Dean Shapiro. Sgt. James claims she is innocent. On the run from the law, she discovers a den of murderous grifters. She follows the lead to its final conclusion.Written by
I'm about 20 minutes into this and can't watch any more. I've seen videos my kids and their friends made in high-school and college. That was just amateur and goofing off stuff. This movie isn't much different except in length. What passes for cinematography mostly just feels like someone wandering around with a video camera with sound capture by the built-in mic. Probably because that's what it was. Motion leaps from one camera angle to another without an clear feeling of how you got there.
As for the acting, if you've ever seen "Boogie Nights" and watched good actors pretending to be bad porn actors, then you know what bad acting is like. And that's just how the acting is in "Killers at Play."
Anyways, if you want to find out how this movie ends, you'll have to watch it yourself... if you dare. There are no spoilers in this review because I can't make it to the end.
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