DVD Release: Some Guy Who Kills People

DVD Release Date: July 3, 2012
Price: DVD $22.98
Studio: Anchor Bay

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Kevin Corrigan dresses for murderous success in Some Guy Who Kills People.

Kevin Corrigan (Unstoppable) stars in the  horror-comedy-thriller mash-up Some Guy Who Kills People, a 2011 independent film directed by Jack Perez.

At first glance, Ken Boyd (Corrigan) may seem like an average comic enthusiast, living with his mother and working to make ends meet as an underpaid ice cream parlor attendant. But Ken has a dirty little secret: he fantasizes about killing people. After being released from a stay in an institution for severe mental trauma suffered when he was beaten and tortured by a gang of high school thugs, Ken’s repressed anger suddenly reaches a boiling point.  He begins to hunt down his tormentors, one by one, and exacts his bloody revenge – all the while forming an unconventional bond with his estranged 11-year old daughter (Ariel Gade, Dark Water).

Executive produced by John Landis, Some Guy Who Kills People co-stars Barry Bostwick (The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Karen Black (Five Easy Pieces), Leo Fitzpatrick (Serendipity) and Lucy Davis (TV’s The Office).

The R-rated film played nearly three dozen film festival in the U.S. and abroad–most of the fests featured horror and/or underground programming.

Bonus features on the Some Guy Who Kills People DVD include the following:

  • Audio commentary by director/co-producer Jack Perez and writer/producer Ryan Levin
  • The Fifth – a short film that inspired Some Guy Who Kills People;
  • Featurette: The Making of Some Guy Who Kills People;
  • Theatrical trailer

Here’s the film’s trailer:


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Founder and editor Laurence Lerman saw Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest when he was 13 years old and that’s all it took. He has been writing about film and video for more than a quarter of a century for magazines, anthologies, websites and most recently, Video Business magazine, where he served as the Reviews Editor for 15 years.