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Kill Katie Malone Movie Review & Trailer

Review Date: January 15, 2012 at 1:05 AM

DVD Release Date: December 13, 2011

Review by Compay for LatinRapper.com

 

Starring: Dean Cain, Stephen Colletti, Nick Hogan, Masiela Lusha, Cassandra Jean, Fernanda Romero

 

Kill Katie Malone review

Kill Katie Malone is a slightly better than most straight-to-DVD horror movies in that the flicks in that the film is visually appealing, but it doesn't offer much more beyond that.  The film tells the story of three college friends that buy a ghost from an online auction website, and receive a mysterious box soon thereafter.


After opening the box, a series of terrible events occur to people around them, as one of the three friends tries to find means of reversing their fate.


Kill Katie Malone was the first feature film by director Carlos Ramos Jr, a surprise considering how well it was shot. The cinematography is decent, as was the coloring. The cast is primarily television actors, so the performances are somewhat better than most low-budget horror flicks. A number of horror fans may also enjoy the fact that the malevolent spirit in the movie almost never appears in a visible form.

Kill Katie Malone, however, disappoints when it comes to the story itself. The concept of passing along a curse or evil spirit has already been done. Both Drag Me to Hell and the Ring immediately come to mind. While the film does offer a few unique deaths and accident, it's fairly light on blood for gore fans.

 

The movie plods along, with confusing characters and an uninteresting plot.  If you happen to be a diehard Dean Cain fan, don't expect much from this movie.  Despite his name being on the front cover of the movie, Cain gets no more than five minutes of screen time throughout the whole film.


Given this was the first major film project by Carlos Ramos,he did a quality directing job. The visual look of the film is quality, although the weak plot and uninspired writing drags it down to the realm of straight-to-Netflix.  If you enjoy independent horror flicks, add this one to your Netflix queue. Other than that, I wouldn't suggest buying the Blu-Ray until after you've at least given it a rent.

 

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