Stressed to Kill (2016)

  |  Comedy, Crime, Drama

Stressed to Kill (2016) Poster

To reduce his blood pressure after a heart attack, a man begins killing the people who are stressing him out.




  • Bill Oberst Jr. in Stressed to Kill (2016)
  • Armand Assante in Stressed to Kill (2016)
  • Bill Oberst Jr. in Stressed to Kill (2016)
  • Bill Oberst Jr. in Stressed to Kill (2016)
  • Armand Assante and Bill Oberst Jr. in Stressed to Kill (2016)
  • Marshal Hilton and Bill Oberst Jr. in Stressed to Kill (2016)

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2 June 2016 | citywoman3105
| Savage's best film to date
Mark Savage is well-known world-wide as a genre director, a hat he is more than happy to wear. Yet, this does limit his image somewhat amongst mainstream cinema circles, both for funding and garnering audience. And that's a shame. 'Stressed to Kill' comes from a similar place as 'Falling Down'(Dir.: Joel Schumacher, 1993) but has been crafted to a very tight budget which occasionally shows on the screen. However, don't let that deter you from seeing it. Accept it for what it is - a film that sticks to its purpose with skill and care. There is discipline apparent in the acting and direction and that is applause-worthy. As a story, again, it is true to form and the acting of Bill Oberst is the star turn here as the unwell hero-anti-hero (depending on your POV). He makes this flawed, edgy chap very likable and credible with razor-sharp emotions and a build of tension that last through the narrative. Now I would like to see Mark Savage step out of the genre and for someone to give him a wad of $$$$ so that a wider audience can see his work which clearly is applicable to a very broad range of film languages and devices.

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