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    Scatter approach to catch a tribal killer

    A detective and university professor hunt down a murderous witch doctor who mutilates his victims for a gruesome purpose. killer ritual Carving hapless innocents on two continents with law enforcement literally at his heels. The disjointed narrative poorly connects two awkward stories while veering off the point. Bizarre flashback scenes explain the main character’s inner grief but have no bearing on the actual plot. It amounts to unnecessary exposition and padding that strains the beat for an already poor runtime. Former NFL star Vernon Davis is the only standout as a ruthless and ruthless competitor.


    In Rome, Italian detective Mario Lavazza (Giuseppe Zeno) and his task force stumble upon a gruesome crime scene. A young woman was tortured in a ceremony in which the killer methodically cut off several parts of her body. Meanwhile, in Jackson, Mississippi, Detective Lucas Boyd (Cole Hauser) and his partner (Muriel Heller) kick in the hotel room door of a pervert carrying a runaway girl. Grieving the loss of his teenage daughter, Boyd delivers extreme justice when his partner fosters the girl away. At nearby Millsaps College, African studies professor MacLes (Morgan Freeman) lectures his students about the dark arts of tribal medicine.

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    Lavazza pursues a suspect through the night streets of Rome. Giant Randoko (Davis) runs and jumps like a deer. He rips through every cop in his path with a specialized blade. Lavazza can’t keep up with the physical juggernaut. Randoko makes a call and arranges a meeting. He needs to get out of town. His wealthy benefactor has a destination.


    Shocking discovery

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    Boyd is called to the river to a shocking discovery. A mutilated young woman was found. Another crime will soon follow with more disturbing clues. Boyd heads to Milsaps College to talk to Mackles. A Google search revealed that the perpetrator is a practicing giver. Boyd, Mackles, and Lavazza must put the pieces together to finally find Randoku and his nefarious target.

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    killer ritual He has enough chase scenes to qualify at a track meet. The randoko wins the 400 every time because law enforcement can’t keep up. Running between killing sprees. You never see them, only the gruesome effects. Randoku’s constant running becomes comical. You can see why director George Gallo (Bad boys) chose a former professional athlete. Randoko’s aerial adventures seem ridiculous compared to his acting. Davis is masked with an intimidating face and menacing accent. We just don’t see enough of him being villainous.

    The police work involved in the mystery is borderline comic. The movie never shows you how the Italians found the randocco. Boyd basically bumps into it. Randoko, as you’d guess, would be more reserved in his evil activities, basically holding up a sign for the police to identify him. The relationship between the detectives of Rome and Jackson is very tenuous. There is no real effort in the script to group them logically. You’re just supposed to accept that it happens.

    African roots and Muti

    killer ritualIts subplots lack substance. The time spent on the tragedy of Boyd and Maclise’s African roots doesn’t amount to much. Boyd could have kept Googling to easily uncover Randoku’s agenda inspired by The Giver.

    killer ritual Produced by Wonderfilm Media, Black Diamond Films, Lervolino & Lady, and Bacardi Entertainment. It will have a simultaneous on-demand release and theatrical release on March 10th from Redbox Entertainment and Screen Media.

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