About Rami Hilmi

Rami Hilmi a.k.a. Ryan Hunter is one of the most versatile actors in the independent movie production sphere. His acting career stretches from horror films, drama, thrillers and actions, working within a variety of roles that go from small independent movies to bigger productions.

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The Ultimate Recycling Battle ‘Wager Danger’

Pre-Production Update ‘.. Nothing is what it seems!’ With the climate change and the global warming crisis upon us, this small film production aims to raise awareness about taking care of our environment in the best way we can: sometime is a vocation, sometime can be just the result of a bet!  This witty, wicked, … Continue reading The Ultimate Recycling Battle ‘Wager Danger’

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Film Reviews

(2011) Directed by Jason Impey

The whole vibe of the film reminds of a 70′s/80′s horror movie crossed with a martial arts movie. The fight scenes between Quaid and Dillon are beautifully choreographed for a low budget feature. Also the soundtrack embellishments remind me heavily of 70′s/80′s zombie films which suits the visuals perfectly. There is a lot of great fighting and editing during the action scenes is way slicker than what you’d expect from a self-funded film where lead actors do their own stunts. THE TURNING generally feels more polished than Impey’s previous work.

“Epic fight between Kemal Yildirim and Rami Hilmi is a definite highlight.”

The Turning

(2009) Directed by Jason Impey

Tormented is another film from Jason Impey and is a very competent short that he also wrote, edited and produced. The editing is good as the movie flows seamlessly from scene to scene with beautiful, natural lighting that never seems forced or fake and the acting by the films only two actors (Rami Hilmi from Tortured also shows up as Robert in this film) is good also.

Plot in one sentence: A maniac kidnaps Faye, a seemingly innocent girl to take revenge.
What works:
Certain moments of brutality did feel orgasmic, appealing to a misogynist in me; Pacing is good, film never feels drawn out; -some nice cinematography;

Acting is a lot more confident than in previous Impey efforts.
Rami Hilmi and Helen Clifford did a credible job with their parts. The bulk of the film really rests on their performances


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