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The serial killer is simultaneously tracked by a determined detective in the city.
Theo spends his 18th birthday alone, getting drunk at a brutal punk rock show.
Some examples here are "The ABC's of Death", "V/H/S", "The Profane Exhibit", and unfortunately you can also add "Montreal Dead End" to this list.
I say 'unfortunately' because I have a lot of sympathy for Canadian horror cinema and I really wanted to like this.
None of the stories are truly good or even memorable.
A handful of segments are tolerable, like the one with the female jogger in the park (obviously a homage to "The Evil Dead") or the one with the young couple meandering through the streets unaware of the recent zombie outbreak, but most them are just downright dumb, infantile and boring.
See full summary » This is the story of a small town outside of LA where crystal meth is manufactured.
A young couple struggles to get out of a life of drugs, crime and violence. See full summary » After suspecting that their police officer neighbor is a serial killer, a group of teenage friends spend their summer spying on him and gathering evidence, but as they get closer to discovering the truth, things get dangerous.
Judah Smith is the son of Wendell and Gini Smith, who are the founding and senior pastors of the City Church in Kirkland, Washington.Also, I was attending the world-premiere of "Montreal Dead End" at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival and I always feel somewhat guilt-ridden if I must be the first person to write negative comments about a film.But I can't lie about it, "Montréal Dead End" regrettably was a sore disappointment and I often found myself rolling my eyes in the cinema or felt a surrogate sense of embarrassment during most of the little segments.I found the story with the murderous vegetables the absolute low point, but admittedly I already can't remember many of the others.Rémi Fréchette, one of the directors and present at BIFFF, explained how each filmmaker collected approximately 0 for his/her segment.