Director: Christopher Alan Broadstone
Writer: Christopher Alan Broadstone (Screenplay)
Starring: Tony Simmons, Gabriel Sigal, Lora Martinez-Cunningham, Lisa Montague, Eve Blaack, Rick Wildridge
Plot: Nemo, a private detective consumed by an irreconcilable murder case, revisits the HAB–a transgressive warehouse-nightclub complex–where he re-evaluates the details of his confrontations with the Mirror Murders Killer, the man that would take everything from him. With each flashback more bizarre stories unfold, more embittered philosophies, more dark details, and all nuances of truth that lead to an ultimate revelation that drives Detective Nemo back into his caustic underworld one last time. There he must face the blind eye of Heaven, the hunger of Hell, and the relentless ambiguity of his own humanity. Detective Nemo will commit an impossible act upon himself, all in effort to seek vengeance and chase down the diabolical presence that the Mirror Murders Killer has become–Mr. Blight.
Runtime: 2 Hours 4 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Human No More starts as Detective Nemo (Simmons) starts looking into a series of murders, discussing it with a bartender that will let him look at the different ideas that could run through his mind, as he looks to deal with the different truths of what happened on each crime scene.
The deeper Nemo looks into the truth, the darker the reality will become for him, leading him to question everything he already thought he knew.
Thoughts on Human No More
Thoughts – Human No More is a horror thriller that revolves around a detective trying to get to the bottom of a series of murders. The story is told with flashbacks to different crimes, each one becoming more twisted than the last, but slowly starting to show a connection. This is an interesting way to show the story unfold, because it does look to turn everything you would expect to see from the characters around. This is however a story that you could find yourself getting lost in, with the amount of details going on, with the 2 hour runtime getting filled with moments that are filled with a few too many conversation moments that don’t go very far, or uncomfortable moments that could have been shortened. The acting is strong through the film, with the effects adding to the horror we get to experience being brutal.
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