"Quiet Nights of Blood and Pain" Review

Synopsis: A soldier home from the Iraq conflict finds himself suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. When he was serving he was in charge of the torture and extermination of dissidents and enemy combatants. Now that he is back on U.S. soil he twisted and fractured mind has him believing he is still performing these duties. So anyone who strikes him as un-American, or against the state will feel the wrath and be dealt with. With extreme prejudice, leaving a trail of blood, broken bodies and carnage across the streets of the U.S.A. The war has come home to paint the rest of the flag red, with blood.

Review: This is the newest creation from director Andrew Copp and my first experience with his work. At first glance honestly I thought this film was possibly going to bomb but honestly after watching it I was quite impressed by what I got and what I got was a well written and quite entertaining film. This film had a very low budget, so with that in mind I was able to look past some of the bad acting and simplistic special effects, but don't get me wrong this film is very entertaining and really shows that the director has a great vision and some real talent for film making. It was definitely refreshing to see a film that actually dives into the Iraq war and shows how the veterans have been treated, it shows a side that the media and the government doesn't want you to know about. Overall this is a great film that needs more attention and I hope it gets it. I give this film a 4 out of 5.

-Daniel Damnation

Directed By:Andrew Copp, Released By: Tempe Video/Copp Films, Year: 2009(Copp Films)/2010(Tempe Video), Genre:Horror/Slasher, Website: tempevideo.com coppfilms.com Time Length: 75 mins.