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R, 90 min.
Director: Jay Lee
Writer: Jay Lee
Cast: Jade Dornfeld, Tamara Feldman
After an emotionally fragile girl (Jade Dornfeld) accidentally pushes her best friend (Tamara Feldman) off of a roof, initial guilt turns into a horrific nightmare as her sanity crumbles and she sinks into a realm of kinky sex, dangerous drugs, and unimaginable violence.
Alyce Kills starts off slowly, ambiguously and very depressing. It then turns into sort of a dark, psychological drama involving kinky sex, mind-altering drugs, and twisted violence. But the final act is nothing but pure, uninhibited horror.
The last 20 minutes of this film are about as disgusting as any film you can probably imagine. And it would have felt completely gratuitous had it not been to demonstrate how far Alyce had fallen off the rails and become void of sanity. It’s hilarious in a truly messed up way.
Alyce Kills is a relatively entertaining horror thriller flick. Jade Dornfeld – who has a striking resemblance to Rose Byrne – has a lot of promise. Her performance is mainly what makes this film worth watching.