July 2nd marked the official DVD release of Kenneth Del Vecchio‘s horror film, viagra 100mg page Scavenger Killers, medicine about it directed by Dylan Bank and starring Robert Bogue, therapist Rachael Robbins, Eric Roberts, Charles Durning and Robert Loggia. Suzi plays a small supporting role in the film. It is currently available in Walmart and major chains and also on VOD everywhere. Buy it now!
“I’m so proud to be a part of such a great movie and to have had the chance to work with such talented and wonderful people.” – Suzi Lorraine
Here is just a sampling of the excellent feedback and critical review quotes received thus far.
“Scavenger Killers wins the hunt as craziest horror-comedy… The brainchild of a former judge and criminal lawyer Kenneth Del Vecchio, Scavenger Killers lets loose two of the most demented fictional serial killers in recent memory Anyone who loves Natural Born Killers, Scarface, or a good National Lampoon flick – in addition to those who love their slasher and fright fest films – will love Scavenger Killers. It’s just one hell of an entertaining movie.”
— Empire State News
“Del Vecchio, an indie film veteran often known for controversial crime thriller and political flicks, is also a bestselling author and was once the youngest judge in the state of New Jersey, inked a marvelously fun and likely unforgettable horror gem.”
“A no-holds-barred, wickedly modern spin on the Bonnie and Clyde legend, Scavenger Killers features a stellar line-up of classic character and veteran genre actors including Eric Roberts (“In Cold Blood,” The Dark Knight), Charles Durning (The Sting, North Dallas Forty), and Robert Loggia (Scarface, Independence Day) along with a quirky appearance by Dustin Diamond (“Saved by the Bell”), among others.”
“The film is anything but just another trip to the slaughterhouse. It’s an extremely well-written movie full of well-developed and colourful characters, plenty of dark humour, and even in the violent scenes, there’s always a twinkle in the eye.”
“Screw that watered down take of Bonnie and Clyde that recently aired on Lifetime and get ready for a full throttle attack of the senses in Scavenger Killers, a new kind of crazy that takes a dark, twisted, macabre approach to reimaging Bonnie and Clyde.”
“Psychotic couple? check. Good supporting characters and beautiful women? check. A good story? check. The right amount of gore? check. What more do you need?”
–Dead, Buried, and Back!
“I recommend laughing and having a good time with Scavenger Killers… It’s just entertaining schlock in the best way possible. Midnight Releasing…more like this please.”
“[Scavenger Killers] is one of the most brutal movies put to the screen…Bonnie and Clyde. Mickey and Mallory. They’re kittens compared to Judge Taylor Limone and Clara Lovering… Overall, if you’re a fan of movies like Hostel or the Saw franchise, Scavenger Killers is right up your alley. It makes those movies look like Disney.”
“Scavenger Killers will go down as one of the best in horror movie history…Maybe the craziest horror film ever, and it’s filled with stars.”
–Garden State Journal
“Scavenger Killers is crass. But, it’s crass in a way that all great B-Cinema aspires to be. Whether it’s Robert Loggia getting carved up or Dustin Diamond playing a federal agent with Tourette’s, I appreciate it when a creative team plays for real with their crazy setups.”
“For those who want to see something really over the top, man, you’ll be very satisfied here… This is weird like a Rob Zombie movie is weird, with blood, torture, and murder, along with occasional masks.”
“The film graphically portrays what can happen when the pressures of bringing the most heinous criminals to justice ferments into a darkly psychological and sexual pursuit of perverse pleasure.”
–Shock Till You Drop
“The Truman/Templeton tandem (Del Vecchio & Allen) deliver some of the funniest exchanges ever set to screen in a horror film. Diamond, equally outrageous as DeWayne, also spreads the comic relief in this otherwise very frightening and violent movie.”
Scavenger Killers places a nice spin on the traditional psychotic thrillers we’ve all seenScavenger Killersr Killers has a solid story. It weaves a twisted, gory plot with some dry, dark humor… Directed by Dylan Bank, who won 2 awards in 2005 for best script and best screenplay for Nightmare, and written by Ken Del Vecchio who has over twenty feature films to his credit, Scavenger Killers could best be described as ‘Hannibal Lecter and his girlfriend go on a scavenger hunt’…While I have to admit I haven’t seen some of Ken Del Vecchio’s other work, I’ll be putting it on my to do list.”
–Dead, Buried, and Back!
“Bogue is outright brilliant as Limone, unleashing a performance that can only be tied but not bettered in the horror movie circuit… A cast of outstanding supporting characters led by not one but three Oscar nominees (Robert Loggia, Eric Roberts and the late Charles Durning), Scavenger Killers is as much a laugh out loud comedy as it is a horror film…Del Vecchio, so removed from law that he has already written/produced over 20 movies and penned several best-selling books, turns in one of those outstanding acting performances himself.”
–Empire State News
“Now one thing up front, Scavenger Killers is not for those with a weak stomach, the murder scenes are all quite graphic and quite shocking in their sheer inventiveness… And add to that a directorial effort that’s suitably subtle to grant the story center stage, and a great ensemble cast, and you’ve got a great movie. Totally recommended!”
“Scavenger Killers is not for the faint at heart. If you are the type that is offended by body parts being hacked off, extreme violence, sexual fetishes, and foul language this is a movie to avoid. If you like that stuff, you’ll be in heaven…Robert Bogue as Judge Limone is the highlight of the movie. Bogue is Patrick Bateman amplified by a hundredfold.”
“There sits Judge Limone (who ultimately will become one of the most unforgettable characters in your movie-viewing life)… [Robert Bogue] served up one of the best performances from any movie – ever. That’s a bold statement, but it’s true. Bogue is believable, and entrancing, in every facet…The pair [Ken Del Vecchio and Kim Allen] give some of the most memorable moments in law enforcement caricatures, and sets the tone to match any of David Lynch’s best… Bank’s stylized camera angles, with uncomfortable ultra close-ups and, alternatively, broadened wide shots, enhances both the brutality and hilarity of the film.”
–Garden State Journal
“Directed by Dylan Blank and co-written by Kenneth Del Vecchio and Rachael Robbins, SCAVENGER KILLERS goes over the top with the voluptuous contributions of scream queens and Playboy models Rachael Robbins, Suzi Lorraine, and Angela Little.”
“Bizarre? Certainly. Really bizarre. Gore-soaked? It’s been a while since I’ve seen something so deliberately gore-streaked…Then Robert Loggia plays a serial killer and I know that this movie and sanity have parted company. Sanity has left no forwarding address and emptied out its drawers in the dresser… it’s so purely deranged that these are swallowed up by the thoroughly vile sequences of torture.”
“Not for the easily offended or the weak of stomach, Scavenger Killers features an all star cast including Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight), Charles Durning (The Sting) and Robert Loggia (Scarface).”
“The sensual becomes seethingly sinister when these two citizens see to it that justice is served their way…”
–Shock Till You Drop