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Frailty (2001)
USA / English
"There are demons among us "
A man confesses to an FBI agent his family's story of how his religious fanatic father's visions lead to a series of murders to destroy supposed "demons."
Bill Paxton Dad Meiks
Matthew McConaughey Fenton Meiks
Powers Boothe FBI Agent Wesley Doyle
Matt O'Leary Young Fenton
Jeremy Sumpter Young Adam
Luke Askew Sheriff Smalls
Levi Kreis Fenton Meiks
Derk Cheetwood Agent Griffin Hull
Missy Crider Becky Meiks (as Melissa Crider)
Alan Davidson Brad White
Cynthia Ettinger Cynthia Harbridge
Vincent Chase Edward March
Gwen McGee Operator
Edmond Scott Ratliff The Angel
Rebecca Tilney Teacher
Director: Bill Paxton
Producer: David Blocker,David Kirschner,Corey Sienega
Writer: Brent Hanley
Good work by first-time director Bill Paxton.
Actor Paxton made his directorial debut with this chilling, dark, and competently made thriller about a widowed mechanic (Paxton himself) who ropes his two sons into participating in savage ax murders, claiming that the victims are not human beings at all but "demons", and that they have been selected by God to destroy these "demons". This is all told in flashback by one of the sons, now grown up (Matthew McConaughey) to skeptical FBI agent (Powers Boothe).

Hard to automatically forget this film; better than most serial killer features, it's a twisty and unsettling tale told in straightforward fashion with a bare minimum of cinema gimmicks. Paxton, commendably, barely shows any blood at all until near the end. Well acted by all, especially the two child actors (Jeremy Sumpter of the recent "Peter Pan" and Matt O'Leary of "Spy Kids 2" and "Domestic Disturbance"). The only reason I deducted any points at all is because I can understand that some people may find all of this hard to stomach. In any event, it's an atypical thriller with a decent script.


Seen it:Nej
Nr of disks/tapes:1
Storage device:Divx 1
Imdb rating: 7.3
Musician: Brian Tyler
Running time: 96 min
Subtitles: Svenska
Audio tracks: Stereo [English]
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Last modified: 2007-07-18 22:31:3