Anarchy Parlor


Action / Horror

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681.06 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 38 min
P/S 0 / 1
1.41 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 38 min
P/S 1 / 2

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Foutainoflife6 / 10

Don't Be Horror Snobs

This film is about a shady tattoo parlor you don't want to visit.

This isn't a top notch film but you kinda know that going into it. I'm gonna review it as such. I've seen better but this film is not as bad as some are making it out to be. I think the biggest problem is that it is lacking depth.

The character builds aren't that great. They fall short on really making you invest in the characters. You want to feel concerned for their well being and this don't get the job done. The story should have been played up a bit more. Understanding the "whys" is a big thing for me and I wasn't satisfied. I also wanted to see more evolution in the ending and we were only given a taste of that.

One of the good things about this are that it has the blood and gore that you want from horror. It is also well filmed by that I mean that it has decent quality for a low budget film. I also thought the pace of it was on point.

I liked it but I am willing to give credit where it is due. For a B movie this deserves more credit than it has been given. Don't be horror snobs. You may find that there is a lot of decent low budget films out there if you can stop holding them to such high standards. I'm sure there will be disagree with my review but watch it and judge it for yourself.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird4 / 10

Dark art killer

Have an appreciation for horror and the concept was kind of interesting. So although expectations were far from high, considering the general standard of low budget films seen recently, part of me was hoping that 'Killer Ink' would be at least tolerable.

There are definitely worse films than 'Killer Ink', of the horror genre and overall, and it is not even close to being one of the worst, let alone the worst, low budget films seen recently. That on the other hand doesn't make it good, it does far too little with the potential it had in the concept and it is little more than mediocre. There is little engaging and it is cheesy as sin.

'Killer Ink's' best component was Robert LaSardo, who is frighteningly intimidating. There was something somewhat ominous about the music and it does occasionally give a suspenseful touch.

Some nice shots here and there too that have some stylishness and atmosphere, though they're too far and between. Sara Fabel is also credible and gives a lot to her performance, despite having a less than realistic character.

Sadly, that is pretty much the only praise to give. The pace very badly lumbers, which really makes the film dull, and it is not always easy to figure out what is going on because the story is just so thin, predictable and tonally weird.

The lack of any atmosphere, let alone tension and suspense, is a hindrance as is the over-stretched length with such a thinly plotted story. Then there is the incredibly bad writing. Very stilted and induces too often some unintentional laughs. It just sounded silly and clumsy, on top of that too repetitive.

Even worse is the acting, with beyond description terrible performances from especially an excruciatingly irritating Claire Garvey. The cliched characters are incredibly annoying and far from interesting or worth caring about, there is no development and the way they behave too often is stupid and illogical.

The production values generally look cheap, especially the haphazard editing. The story has nothing engaging, suspenseful or scary, it's just far-fetched to an intelligence insulting degree, incredibly dull due to trying to stretch things out to pad the too long length and just too bland. Anything done to try and spice up the supposedly scary moments came over as overdone and gratuitous. The gore and torture don't shock and is either extreme of sadistic or too soft.

Concluding, mediocre but not unwatchable. 4/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by nogodnomasters8 / 10

A familt Tradition

Six American students are vacationing in Vilnius, Lithuania because...they are. Brock (Ben Whalen) meets up with Uta (Sara Fabel) an aggressive hottie with plenty of tattoos. Uta invites Brock back to a tattoo parlor for sex, while Amy (Tiffany DeMarco) tags along to get a tattoo from a famous artist...who also looks like a vampire.

The film quickly builds in a unique parlor of pain, suffering, and family tradition.

This is close to an 80's style of film down to the sound track. Sara Fabel and Robert LaSardo did well in the villain role. Film also contains an often used twist, but hey, it needed something else.

Good film for those that like carnage, tattoos and topless women.

Guide: F-bomb, sex, ample nudity. Blood and torture.

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