Made Me Do It

Made Me Do It

24.99

After a lifetime of abuse and rejection, Thomas Berkson has found unconditional love – through murder.

He has become a serial killer following the voices in his head. Poor college student Ali Hooper, her little brother and ex-boyfriend find themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time.

In this throwback to the classic 80’s slasher films comes this harrowing journey for survival against an unstoppable force of nature.

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THOMAS HAS BEEN A REALLY BAD BOY


TECH SPECS

Runtime: 90 minutes
Format: 1:78 HD
Sound: Dolby SR
Country: USA
Rating: R
Language: English



AWARDS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICITY

“Scary, Twisted, weird with very good acting… Taut thriller that delivers.”
-Promote Horror

“It stands above some of its slasher contemporaries”
-Cinema Smack

“embracing its villain and telling his story”
-Cinema Smack

“Split meets Halloween”
-Geek Legion of Doom

“one of the more interesting modestly-mounted slasher flicks of recent years“
-HK and Cult Film News

“Horror fans will not want to miss this disturbing look at the creation of a killer”
-Horrorscreams Videovault

“Serial Killer Thriller”
-28 Days Later Analysis

“first-hand look at a troubled slasher villain”
-Horror Society

“A Serial Killer Is Born”
-Horror Fuel

“terrifying”
-The Horrorcist

“a film that mixes terror with fantasy”
-Terror En El Cine

“You’ll want to sleep with one eye opened”
-Dread Central

“a Jason/Leatherface-like serial killer”
-L.A. Times

“a marvelously spun tale of crazy”
-DVD and Blu-Ray Release Report

“unstoppable force of nature.”
-Itunes

“nightmare-fueled slasher homage!"
-Dread Central

“A psychological study of a killer”
-PopHorror

“Homage to madness and all things that draw blood”
-OldScratch

“Scary campfire tale leaving a trail of bodies everywhere”
-HK Film News

“Hallucinatory study of the complexity of evil”
-Slightpurpose

“80’S THROWBACK MADE ME DO IT DELVES INTO THE MIND OF A MURDERER”
Nightmare on Film Street

a mix of Psycho and Natural Born Killers
ComingSoon.net

“Slasher sensibilities are applied with a fresh perspective!”
-Extremehorrorcinema