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Cast: Robert Bronzi, Richard Tyson (Kindergarten Cop) Emily Sweet, JD Angstadt

Director: Rene Perez

Genre: Horror, Action

Year: 2020

Rating: NR

An ambitious young reporter is granted an interview with one of the FBI’s most wanted. While entering his compound she finds one of his prized possessions, a serial killer who murders at call, called HAVOC. Her only hope is a rogue police man searching for his daughter.

'Cry Havoc' tells the story of a ambitious young reporter who lands a once in a lifetime interview. This is her chance to finally hit the big time but has she bitten off more than she can chew? Her subject is known simply as the Voyeur who is at the top of the FBI most wanted list and for good reason.

He lurks young actors to his hideaway with the promise of becoming famous in one of his movies but the horror he films is real and once there they await unknowingly for their fate known as Havoc, a deranged serial killer that is relentless.

When the reporter is tricked and sent out with Havoc she finds that there is someone who might be able to help her, a police detective who is looking for his daughter and suspects she could be there as well. action and madness ensues as they fight to stay safe from Havoc and the armed guards that patrol the area.

'Cry Havoc' is the third film that involves Havoc but the first that involves Robert Bronzi, the "new" Charles Bronson of film. To be honest I wasn't expecting much from the film and this was the first time seeing Robert Bronzi myself. The film opens with an action packed scene that leads to some awesome carnage and by doing so it set the bar pretty high for the rest of the film but I am happy to report it delivers.

After the first scene the films settles now a bit and introduces us to the central characters before jumping back in to the action. Even before watching the movie one might think that it is a very predictable film and in some ways you would be right but there are several twists along the way and the interview with the Voyeur it acts as character study inside the mind of a crazed man.

I have to give credit to Writer/Director, Rene Perez for keeping the story interesting and keeping the action and carnage flowing as well. The film is filled with awesome kills that involved all kinds of blood and gore. The effects are really well done and fans of both horror and grindhouse films are sure to love this one.

'Cry Havoc' exceeds are expectations and with this film I do believe we are seeing the making of the next horror icon. This is a horror fan's delight that I highly recommend checking out when Cry Havoc premieres on demand May 5.

Released by Midnight Releasing

**** Out Of *****