Alyce Kills (2011) 1080p YIFY Movie

Alyce Kills (2011) 1080p

Alyce is a movie starring Jade Dornfeld, Amara Zaragoza, and James Duval. After accidentally knocking her best friend off a roof, Alyce is haunted by guilt and delves into a brutal nightmare wonderland of sex, drugs and violence,...

IMDB: 5.51 Likes

  • Genre: Horror | Thriller
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.72G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 90
  • IMDB Rating: 5.5/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 5

The Synopsis for Alyce Kills (2011) 1080p

After accidentally knocking her best friend off a roof, Alyce is haunted by guilt and delves into a brutal nightmare wonderland of sex, drugs and violence, her mind tearing itself apart along with anyone else who gets in her way.

The Director and Players for Alyce Kills (2011) 1080p

[Director]Jay Lee
[Role:]James Duval
[Role:]Eddie Rouse
[Role:]Amara Zaragoza
[Role:]Jade Dornfeld

The Reviews for Alyce Kills (2011) 1080p

Good, but not great...Reviewed byPaul Magne HaakonsenVote: 6/10

What happens when an otherwise normal, possibly even boring and plain, girl lose her marbles and go crazy? Well, that is basically what "Alyce" is about.

The movie starts out fairly slow, letting you get to know the two best friends Alyce (played by Jade Dornfeld) and Carroll (played by Tamara Feldman). When Carroll finds out that her boyfriend is cheating on her, she takes Alyce with her and goes drinking and take some drugs. Ending up on top of a building, tragedy strikes when Carroll is accidentally pushed over the ledge by Alyce, as a freak accident. From there on, Alyce goes into denial and starts to escape from reality by sorting to using drugs, ending up in a violent world of drug dealers and having to deal with a drug-induced reality.

For a movie of this sort, then "Alyce" was a bit tame. Sure the movie had its moments, but personally I found the constant flood of flashed images of a dead Carroll was a bit too much, and it was starting to become irritating. What was working in the movie, though, was the way it was shot and put together, because following Alyce's delve down into madness, it was like being there with her. However, there are better movies out there in the same category, and such examples of that would be "May" or "She's Crushed".

Don't get me wrong, "Alyce" is not a bad movie, but it was just lacking something extraordinary to make the movie memorable and stand out. It is great the first time around when you watch it, but I don't believe that this movie has enough contents to support being watched a second time. It was, however, an interesting approach to the movie that the director, Jay Lee, took, going from what seemed would be a movie about Alyce being haunted by her guilt (and seeing her dead friend constantly) to a movie about drug use and slipping into a broken down mental state. Thumbs up for that twist, though.

The acting in the movie was actually quite good, and Jade Dornfeld (playing Alyce) was actually doing it really great in her lead role, and she was carrying the movie, definitely. Also quite noticeable was Eddie Rouse (playing Rex the drug dealer).

The way that the movie ended was just priceless. I loved that ending, and it actually made it worth sitting through.

Throw the cinematographer off the roofReviewed byxhidden99Vote: 5/10

Every scene is almost pitch black or lit from overhead through a porthole. Either that or they live in a cave. Extreme closeups w super short focal length so everything except the face in extreme closeup is out of focus. It's just an annoying one trick. You could easily replace 90% of the movie by leaving the lens cap on.

For the story? Alyce is a straight up whackjob. Whether it's the binge drinking or the drugs or she fell out her mama that way, who knows? Who cares? She's an annoying a-hole either. But the good thing is that there's not a single character who doesn't really need to have their head beat in with a hammer.

Several movies in oneReviewed byfabiogauchoVote: 6/10

Odd little flick. Other reviewers have noticed how you have several movies in one, though not at the same time. First drama, then psychological horror, then out-and-out splatter-fest. Those who were expecting just the latter will be annoyed at the time it takes to get there. Those, like me, who did not know what sub-genre it was, may be thrown off-guard by the last 20 minutes, a killing orgy that is more typical of low-budget exploitation flicks (except that those have cardboard characters, while this one has some character development). And the gore starts very, very suddenly. Maybe if the order of the killings were reversed (first the less gory gun killings, then the more gory), it would work better. A continuous descent into violence.

The use of humor is also peculiar. When human misery begins in the second act, it is taken seriously. When hell breaks loose in the third, the movie tries - with some success, I admit - to be funny.

So the three movies seem to not fit together, but the thing is, they are *all* effective on their own. The relationship of the two girls in the beginning is something you can relate; the protagonist's self-inflicted humiliation in the middle is touching; and the gorefest in the end satisfies the fans of the sub-genre.

The last scene, by the way, was funny and quite ingenious. Probably the only of its kind in revenge/exploitation stories.

A minor complaint: there is zero female nudity, even though one particular scene demanded it. The protagonist is having sex with her nightgown on for no particular reason. It is clearly a matter of the actress refusing to do it, and the viewer is too aware of that (yes, I am actually saying the absence of breasts is distracting).

So you may want check it out on netflix stream, but only if you are very much into horror. Not quite worth a rental.

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