L.A. Slasher

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"Death to Reality TV!"
  • R
  • 2015
  • 1 hr 26 min
  • 3.2  (966)

In the city of Los Angeles, a mysterious slasher is on the loose, targeting Hollywood's most famous and glamorous individuals. He is ruthless, relentless, and driven by a twisted sense of justice. He believes that the privileged elite of society are responsible for the world's problems, and he aims to punish them with his sharp knife and his cold heart.

The slasher has no name, no face, and no apparent motive. He strikes without warning, leaving behind bloody scenes of terror and horror. He is the embodiment of chaos in a city that thrives on beauty and illusion. The media is obsessed with him, the police are baffled by him, and the public is both fascinated and frightened by him.

Enter Adam (Andy Dick), a hacker and social recluse who is obsessed with the slasher. He spends his days and nights following the slasher's movements, studying his patterns, and trying to decode his messages. Adam is a misfit in a world of hipsters and fashionistas, but he has a genius mind and a fierce curiosity that drives him forward.

One day, Adam decides to take matters into his own hands. He creates a website where he invites the slasher to come and meet him. He wants to understand the slasher's motives, to talk to him, to become his friend. His website attracts the attention of the slasher, who decides to take Adam up on his offer.

What follows is a wild and surreal journey into the heart of darkness. The slasher and Adam embark on a bizarre road trip through Los Angeles, visiting the slasher's favorite haunts and meeting some of his victims. Along the way, they encounter a cast of eccentric characters, including a washed-out actress (Mischa Barton), a jaded limo driver (Eric Roberts), and a group of aspiring filmmakers who want to make a documentary about the slasher.

L.A. Slasher is a dark comedy that satirizes the excesses and absurdities of Los Angeles culture. It is a movie that dares to ask uncomfortable questions about fame, power, and justice. It is a movie that challenges our assumptions about who is the hero and who is the villain in a world where everything is a performance.

The movie is directed by Martin Owen, who infuses it with a stylish and kinetic energy. The cinematography by Jonathan Hall captures the neon-lit beauty of Los Angeles, while the music by Ceiri Torjussen adds a haunting, dreamlike quality to the proceedings. The performances by the cast are all excellent, especially Andy Dick, who gives a nuanced and understated performance as Adam.

Overall, L.A. Slasher is a movie that defies categorization. It is part horror, part satire, part road movie, and part surrealistic fever dream. It is a movie that will make you laugh, cringe, and ponder. It is a movie that will stay with you long after the credits roll.

L.A. Slasher is a 2015 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 26 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.2.

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    3.2  (966)