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Headhunter- Review By: Roger Moore


Headhunter- Review By: Roger Moore

Directed By: Paul Tarantino

Written By: Paul Tarantino

Score: Technical: 70, Story: 65, Acting: 60, Overall Score: 65%

A young businessman Ben Caruso joins a company and quickly learns that getting ahead in the business world can be murder. Ben finds himself with a seductive boss who is hiding a horrible secret, and finding that all of his coworkers are actually dead and are previous conquests of his sexually over active boss. Ben is taken into a bizarre netherworld that is his work world office. He must find a missing head before loosing his own, how will Ben make it in the cutthroat business world.

For my money this flick was more than a horror movie, it receives a whopping Two Skipped Beats on the Roger Moore movie scale. Tarantino is someday going to leave you thinking more than Quentin. Other than that there is not much more that I can say without giving away any of the juicy details of this interesting movie, as always be afraid, be very afraid.

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