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The Aggression Scale [Blu-ray]

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  • Actors: Ray Wise, Dana Ashbrook, Derek Mears, Ryan Hartwig
  • Directors: Steven C. Miller
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Platform Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 3 Sept. 2012
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0084DDKHA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 90,767 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Charged with murder and likely going to jail, crime boss Reg Bellavance (Ray Wise) is out on bail and wants to skip town with his son. The only problem is that the money he had stashed away for just such an occasion has gone missing.

Bellevance gives his right hand man Lloyd (Dana Ashbrook) a simple order: Find his money, kill everyone who had a hand in stealing it and make it messy. Lloyd and his crew tear out into the city and begin carrying out the order in brutal fashion... They have no idea just how dangerous their job is about to get.

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By Tommy Dooley TOP 100 REVIEWER on 8 Dec. 2012
Format: DVD
This is a stonking little film that really took me by surprise but in a rather good way. It is all about a mobster one Mr Bellavance, who is out on bail. He has decided to do a runner with half a million dollars that was the result of one of his deals, and take his son with him. The only problem is that someone has only gone and nicked it. So as all good mobsters do he decides to do some mediaeval retribution. He sends his hit men off to find the culprit, get the money back and kill anyone who might have simply been near it. Forgive and forget are not his motto.

The motley crew of hit men are led by Dana Ashbrook (the eagle eyed of you may remember him from `Twin Peaks') and he puts in a fine performance as the cold hearted and ruthless killer. Once he has `topped' somebody he has to take Polaroid's of them for the lovely Mr Bellavance's amusement.

Then we have the nice lawyer Bill, who has just got married to Maggie. He has a son who needs special medication and she has a teenage daughter who is into self harm, so this most certainly isn't The Brady Bunch. Anyway Lloyd and co come a calling and decide to exact some arbitrary slaughter. Only thing is that little Owen (Ryan Hartwig) has forgotten to take a pill or three and we soon find out that he has a bit of a temper and that coupled with an obsession for all things survivalist makes him a lot more lethal than Macaulay Culkin could ever dream of.

This is just brilliant fun, director Steven C. Miller has just got the best out of a little known cast and they all really deliver, Ryan Hartwig is great as the dangerous, and mute Owen but Fabianne Therese as Lauren is superb as the teenage sister and goes through the whole gamut of emotions during the course of the film which just shows how versatile she is.
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Format: Blu-ray
The Home Invasion movie is a grindhouse staple. Cheap, effective and quick to turn around. All you needed was a house, a small crew and a game cast willing to throw caution to the wind and break a few taboos. Of course, big budget movies like Panic Room also use the genre to great effect but Aggression Scale does it for pennies and never breaks a sweat as it pitches a psychotic kid with nothing to loose (think Home Alone only the parental figures have been murdered by a criminal gang) against a group of arrogant thugs who aren't expecting trouble.

The end result is an effective thriller that brings to mind the classic nasty B pictures of the 70s. Drive-in thrills for the home cinema basically.

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John L Probert's list of best horror movies of 2012 had given this movie almost the pole position. As a result, I had made up my mind to "watch it". And today I watched it. My, my...... What a gory-twisted-violent fun the viewing experience was! My humble advice to any reader of this review: watch it. The DVD could have benefited from subtitles and a few extra-s, but the movie IS so good that you wouldn't mind their absence. Recommended.
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By The Movie Guy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 23 July 2013
Format: DVD
A mob boss (Ray Wise) wants his stolen money back and everyone who might be involved, killed. He also wants proof which requires the use of a Polaroid (seriously?). After 3 people are snuffed we switch to the subplot. A family of four...recently married move into a new home. The son Owen is creepy and silent. He is interested in things that kill. Lauren (Fabianne Therese) is his 17 year-old step sister who showers with her back to the camera...end of eye candy.

It isn't hard to figure out how this grindhouse plot and family drama come together. When Owen gets a chance to escape, rather than take it...cue heavy metal music as the quiet teen opts to fight 4 grown armed men. In this "Home Alone" tale, Macaulay Culkin is a psycho, who, like a cat, likes to play with its prey before the kill.

Derek Mears, one of the bad guys has that creepy Michael Berryman look to him, but acts more like a pansy. I found his character to be darkly comical as things happen to him. Dana Ashbrook comes across as George Cloony light. Good old fashion home break-in with some new twists. Excellent blood splatter. "B" movie fun. I would have given the film 5 stars had they played Talking Heads "Psycho Killer."

F-bomb, no sex, no nudity (Fabianne Therese- side breast). pot smoking
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Format: Blu-ray
The Aggression Scale is an attention-getter. From it's startling opening, it's a deluge of violence that sees multiple bodies rack up in short order, and it only changes pace to a more sedate speed in order to introduce its 'heroes'. Even here, the family moving into their new house don't quit fit the usual pigeonholing of American home invasion thrillers. Teenage son Owen is a wordless semi-genius oddball who has just 'got out' of somewhere, and teenage daughter Lauren is a little TOO acerbic in her rebellion against the move. Gradually, with hints handed out like nicely placed breadcrumbs, we find out that Lauren's angry for a specific plot-related reason, and Owen's gifted brain comes hand in hand with some serious 'issues'...
With bursts of breathtaking gore and brutality, and a pacy, fast chase-movie plot, this is a thriller that grabs the attention. Dana Ashbrook and Ray Wise are magnetic as the leading villains, and Derek Mears gets to be big and menacing in person for once instead of wearing a 'Predators' or 'Jason' costume.
You get the feeling that more could have been made of Owen's much vaunted attitude problems, but what they do is enough to make the movie an exciting, dramatic, and often morally questionable ride.
A fascinating change from the norm.
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