(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.”
(2010) Directed by Jason Impey
An amorous couple finish making out. They decide to entertain each other by telling scary stories about the notorious exploits of local serial killers.
First , most tense, and gripping vignette, “Tormented” – Lovely young Faye (a credible and sympathetic performance by the fetching Helen Clifford) gets abducted and severely manhandled by the angry and deadly Robert (excellently essayed with savage and frightening intensity by Rami Hilmi). This particular yarn packs a pretty strong punch, largely to Robert’s unexpectedly poignant back story and the sturdy acting by the two leads.
“Think global, kill local.”