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Cast: Eric Roberts, Robert Loggia, Robert Bogue, Charles Durning, Dustin Diamond

Director: Dylan Bank

Genre: Crime | Horror | Thriller

Year: 2014

Rating: NR

Bonnie and Clyde are reinvented in SCAVENGER KILLERS, where a charming judge and a hot criminal defense attorney go on a maniacal killing rampage.

"Scavenger Killers" reminded be of "Bonnie and Clyde Meets The Star Chamber" with its main characters serving up justice the craziest way they know how. Robert Bogue and Rachael Robbins are sensational as the crooked Judge and the just as demented Attorney. Their idea of bringing "criminals" to justice has to be seen to be believed.

I did not know what to expect when I sat down to watch this but it blew me away, it is twisted, brutal, hilarious and down right demented. Filled with lots of nudity and plenty of gore. This is a horror lovers dream come true in every possible way.

In order for a film like this which is so over the top to succeed you have to get a cast that can deliver on these crazy yet colorful characters and I do not think they could of chosen a better ensemble cast. I already mentioned how good Robert Bogue and Rachael Robbins are in the film but they are not alone. The film also has a few veteran actors like Eric Roberts, Robert Loggia and Charles Durning all of whom give great performances. The film also has Dustin Diamond in it and let me tell you now that his character is a real scene stealer.

Production wise everything looked fantastic and I loved all the practical effects used.

"Scavenger Killers" will be available on DVD 07/01/2014 with Special Features that include:

Behind the Scenes

Behind the FX

World Premiere at Hoboken International Film Festival

I purposely avoided talking about what happens in the film so not to ruin it for those of you that are waiting to see it but I can tell you that it is an exciting film with lots of crazy fun a long the way and some very cool and clever kills as well. I cannot recommend seeing this gem enough. Also before I forget stick around after the credits begin to roll for a nice little bonus scene.

You can order the DVD HERE.

Released by Midnight Releasing

***** Out Of *****