SF Indiefest: BOUNTY KILLER
Set in a dystopian future where corporations put out hits on executives and directors, star-crossed lovers and rival bounty hunters Mary Death (Christian Pitre) and Drifter (Matthew Marsden) are going after the corporate world’s most wanted. Along with their gun caddy Jack LeMans (Barak Hardley), the duo is hunting down the Yellow Ties, a powerful group of business officials complete with power suits and power neckties. With postapocalyptic car chases against cannibal gypsies, a healthy dose of blood, bullets and over-the-top violence and a string of stellar appearances by the likes of Gary Busey, Eve, and Beverly D’Angelo (to name a few), BOUNTY KILLER a fun and mind-blowing (an image featured more than a few times in the movie) experience for anyone drawn to shoot’em-up B-movies.
Writers Jason Dodson & Colin Ebeling and writer-director Henry Saine bring to the big screen a movie that is equal parts pure exploitative entertainment and smart filmmaking, with a flare that reminds of Quentin Tarantino’s best work and Roger Corman’s undeniable influence. – Alex Garcia Topete, Dallas Film Festival
“With a silly brand of inventive and violent humor crossed with the freedom of the post-apocalyptic setting, Bounty Killer is a hell of a good time that never takes itself too seriously.
Read more: http://twitchfilm.com/2013/04/dallas-iff-2013-review-bounty-killer-is-silly-inventive-and-better-than-many-hollywood-blockbusters.html#ixzz2rFhBWmdl
|February 14||11:30 PM||Big Roxie||Tickets|