I went into this movie with absolutely no expectations, so I ended up being very pleasantly surprised with the overall movie after I had watched it. Twisted, dark and gritty; Alyce tells the story of a young woman whose life takes a downwards spiral after her friend falls off the roof of her apartment and is left seriously injured. This movie only used blood and gore towards the end to create that kind of "shock factor" that horror fans just love. Apart from the last thirty minutes, the movie is mostly atmospheric and moody, which makes Alyce's descent into madness all the more terrifying. This is a must see for fans of the horror genre and anyone who is looking for a strange and original twist on Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland."
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Alyce Kills (2011) 1080p
Alyce is a movie starring Jade Dornfeld, Amara Zaragoza, and James Duval. After accidentally knocking her best friend off a roof, Alyce is haunted by guilt and delves into a brutal nightmare wonderland of sex, drugs and violence,...
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After accidentally knocking her best friend off a roof, Alyce is haunted by guilt and delves into a brutal nightmare wonderland of sex, drugs and violence, her mind tearing itself apart along with anyone else who gets in her way.
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A Twisted Must-SeeReviewed byHannah SutcliffeVote: 9/10
After accidentally knocking her best friend off a roof, Alyce is haunted by guilt and delves into a brutal nightmare wonderland of sex, drugs and violence, her mind tearing itself apart along with anyone else who gets in her way. Alyce is the horror thriller you would expect it to be and that means that it's not really good to put it simply as it is really you know? I mean it's a very boring and muddled horror film with nothing important or good to say but also packed with some pretty bad perfomances that make the ending product even much much worse.
Odd little flick. Other reviewers have noticed how you have several movies in one, though not at the same time. First drama, then psychological horror, then out-and-out splatter-fest. Those who were expecting just the latter will be annoyed at the time it takes to get there. Those, like me, who did not know what sub-genre it was, may be thrown off-guard by the last 20 minutes, a killing orgy that is more typical of low-budget exploitation flicks (except that those have cardboard characters, while this one has some character development). And the gore starts very, very suddenly. Maybe if the order of the killings were reversed (first the less gory gun killings, then the more gory), it would work better. A continuous descent into violence.
The use of humor is also peculiar. When human misery begins in the second act, it is taken seriously. When hell breaks loose in the third, the movie tries - with some success, I admit - to be funny.
So the three movies seem to not fit together, but the thing is, they are *all* effective on their own. The relationship of the two girls in the beginning is something you can relate; the protagonist's self-inflicted humiliation in the middle is touching; and the gorefest in the end satisfies the fans of the sub-genre.
The last scene, by the way, was funny and quite ingenious. Probably the only of its kind in revenge/exploitation stories.
A minor complaint: there is zero female nudity, even though one particular scene demanded it. The protagonist is having sex with her nightgown on for no particular reason. It is clearly a matter of the actress refusing to do it, and the viewer is too aware of that (yes, I am actually saying the absence of breasts is distracting).
So you may want check it out on netflix stream, but only if you are very much into horror. Not quite worth a rental.