Anonymous Killers (2020)

Crime, General Film, Horror

Director: A.R. Hilton

Writer(s): A.R. Hilton

Starring: Andrew Bongiorno, Manu Intiraymi, Natassia Halabi, Erica Manni, Alena Savostikova, Dominic Pace, Meredith Thomas, Jayda Berkmen, Emily Bader, Sandra Staggs, Mike Ferguson, Patrick Hume, Timothy E. Goodwin, Keith Mason, Clint Jung, Hiram A. Murray, Kevin McCorkle, Shiah Luna, Stephanie Rojas, Gabriela Lopez, William Leon, Dakota Somervill, Sarah Burkhardt, Luke Fattorusso, Chelsea Newman, Lisa Goodman, Jeffrey Decker, Hailey Hermida, Hal Alpert, Mariangela Pagan, Sean Ormond, Francisco Ovalle, Kevin Glikmann, Vincent van Hinte, Phillip Abraham, Kyle Eastman, Marlene Marquez, Arianna Jacchia, Lindsey Hutchison, Jacques Chevelle, Cort King, Tad Coughenour, Mauri Montebello Perez, Mallian Butler, Patrick Cupo, Tom Noga, Daniel Peera, Nathanyael Grey, John Davis Walker, Patrick Caberty, Bulat Nasibullin, Viktoria Stonebrooke, Alexander von Roon, Dennis Nicomede, Todd Blood, Michael Ark, Keith Mills, Dennis Garr, Jeffrey King, Ava Darby, Omar Angulo, Kennedy Hall, Sonny Shackelford, Carlene Berg, Samantha Alexis Linares, Desislava Grigorova, Christina Fetterolf, Zoe Larson, Samir Gumaneh, Genesis Rodriguez, Reggie Ridgway, Christina Konarsky, Jasmine Linares, Philip Arentz, Brandon Manolo Cortez, Tamara Clemons, Archie Smith III, Subha Wanniarachchi, Elizabeth Martinez, Kaia Hummell, Justin Pugh, Kelsey Cook, Maria Jose Paredes, Vince Sanders, Akori Von-Ra, Charlie Abraham

Synopsis: Four seasoned killers and one hapless professor are rounded up in one violent swoop and awake in chains to discover they are part of a demented experiment orchestrated by their maniacal, mysterious captor. To decide their fate, they must share the motives behind their crimes as they face the judgment of their peers. The rules are non-negotiable and the outcome is clear: live or die. The moral compass spins frantically as all fight to justify their lives before the final vote is cast.

Release Date: October 6, 2020 (USA) | Length: 100 min | Genre: Crime, Horror | MPAA Rating: Rated R for strong/bloody violence throughout, a rape, pervasive language, sexual content, brief drug use and nudity.

Note: I’m not sure I was able to identify the news anchor at the end of the film.