rnrnEvilenko_(The Communist That Ate Children) (2004)
rn Directed byrnDavid GriecornrnWriting credits rnDavid Grieco rnrn Not Rated rnrn1 hr 51 mins rnrnHorror/Susp rn rnrn rnrnPlot Summary: Based on the true story of A. R. Cikatilo, also known as the monster of Rostov. A. R. Evilenko (Malcolm...
rnUser Comments: Inside the mind of Evilenko, you will see the blue sky.
rn rnrn Cast: rnrn Malcolm McDowell .... Andrej Romanovic Evilenko rnrn Marton Csokas .... Vadim Timurovic Lesiev rn Ronald Pickup .... Aron Richter rn Frances Barber rn rn Alexei Chadyuk .... Captain Ramenskij rn Ostap Stupka .... Doctor Amitrin rnrnI will keep it simple. The acting is believable, the soundtrack, compelling, haunting and delicious. The story, although altered and a piece of fiction based on fact, interesting. Performances all around are believable, Malcolm hits a definite peak with his portrayal, a career milestone. Don\'t expect disturbing scenes of horror, expect disturbing scenes of subtle perversion. We don\'t enter the mind of the serial killer, he has to let us out first. Inside the mind of Evilenko, you will see the blue sky. (comrade) Perhaps today is not the day, but I see this becoming a cult classic in the years to come. Recommended.rnrnrnThe low-budget Italian shockfest EVILENKO dramatizes the true story of Russian serial killer A.R. Cikatilo (chillingly portrayed by Malcolm McDowell, A CLOCKWORK ORANGE), known as "the monster of Rostov" for killing and eating over 50 women and children in 1980s Communist Russia. Marton Csokas costars as the police detective assigned to track down the deranged killer, while David Lynch\'s regular composer, Angelo Badalamenti, provides an appropriately eerie film score.rnrn Codec: XvidrnSize: 699MBrnRuntime: 01:50:39 rn512x288 rnBitrate: 749 kb/srnFPS: 29.970rnAudio: English. No subs.rn128 kb/s (64/ch, stereo) CBR