allen kendall | Sacramento, CA | 07/30/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I really dug the intensity of the lead actor Kirk Harris in this film. My Sweet Killer looks pretty low budget and has some performances that aren't the best, however the journey of madness that the main character goes through is at once scary and sad. Harris gives the kind of performance that you would expect from a young Nicholson not a low budget horror flick like this."
I was surprised by this film
Hayden George | Austin, TX | 11/10/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Recently rented this film on a night I just wanted to see something different. Box looked ok, had a some good reviews. Truthfully I didn't expect much. Started off a bit slow, however the journey the lead character goes through soon compelled me to keep watching. It is a film that literally is about a guy self destructing, trying valiantly not too, but still destruction is coming and the only thing that is in question is how messy it will be, ie mass murder. The lead actor was simply amazing. Some of the others actors not so good. Photography was generally decent. This has to be the first character study drama that in truth is a horrifying thriller in its own right."
Low budget....high performances, creativity and originality
Romain Simoni | 01/12/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Forget everything but the killer and his mind, because this is the center of the whole movie. Made in a, could I say, theater style, this movie shows the motivations, desires and secrets from one young man living alone surrounded by a (true) ambience, the one perfect for his creative mind work. This movie hides many secrets, could I say, messages, and repeated views would help to understand it. I could tell you more about the drugs, sex and violence this movie portraits, but I will leave it all for you to make your own conclusions."