This story should have remained untold. I don't know if anyone has seen this one, it was sort of forced upon me, but it is not worth seeking out. The film is a docudrama of sorts in the vein of HENRY, following a Chinese restaurant owner that is suspected of murder as he recalls his deadly rampage to the police. When I say "in the vein of", I mean "a complete rip-off of". Everything from the look to the score is blatantly stolen from McNaughton's far superior film. In fact, I think it is McNaughton's actual score that is being used. There is some decent gore and dismemberment throughout the film, and a particularly jarring scene where the killer gruesomely slaughters a mother and father in front of their children before offing the kids, but there is no way anyone can sit through the awful acting and ridiculous writing to make it to the end. The characters here, particular the cops, are so far from believable, and throw off the serious plot with out of place and failed attempts at comedy and illogical investigatory techniques. I had trouble paying attention, and started playing legos. The average gorehound would be hard-pressed to have to go this far down the totem pole for some cheap gore.
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