Directed by Tony D'Aquino
Rebellious high school students Kayla and her best friend Maddie are abducted by a sinister presence while out bombing their neighbourhood with graffiti. Waking up, in the woods, bound and disoriented in a claustrophobic coffin-like apparatus, Kayla's first thought is of Maddie. Before she has a chance to ruminate on the dreadful fate that may have befallen her friend, Kayla notices a terrifying masked man fast approaching, armed with a razor-sharp axe. As a chase ensues, it soon becomes clear that Kayla and her pursuer are not alone. There are six more young women, each with a masked stalker assigned to them, hell-bent on murder.
Stranded in the middle of nowhere, Kayla becomes an unwilling participant in a dangerous game.
Cast: Airlie Dodds, Linda Ngo, Taylor Ferguson, Ebony Vagulans
Excellent! Truly had my attention throughout! S E are outstanding!
Cool premise with a few twists here and there. Enjoyable watch with some good kills.
Ignore the dissenters. This movie doesn't reinvent the wheel by any means, but I got exactly what I was looking for: A violent slasher that offers plenty of style with its brutality. It got me through a slow day at work and I was entertained for the majority of its brief runtime.
A group of people kidnap other people and take them to a remote location to hunt them. It’s a concept we are all familiar with, but The Furies does a good job of adding new ideas and a twist or two to keep the formula fresh. We’ve got one slasher killer, but what about a whole bunch of slasher killers? If that sounds fun, mixed with a badass heroine, brutal kills, and great practical gore effects then this is the movie for you. The only thing I didn’t love was the ending, which while not bad, wasn’t sufficiently explained within the context of the film.