Review: 'The Perfect Host' 'Two Jews On Film' Fall For This Indie Thriller (Video)

Summer has begun...The days are hot, the beaches are crowded studios are competing to see who can make the most expensive films, filled with over the top special effects and over the top cartoon Super Heroes...who always save the world and always in 3D.

We have Mechanical Men, Green Men, Mutant Men, Super Human Men, and Super Stupid Men who would the real world...get the girl...any girl.

How refreshing it is, when a film comes along that doesn't have any of the above. What it does a story filled with great tension, complex dark characters, and clever twists at every turn.  

'The Perfect Host' written and directed by first time Australian filmmaker. Nick Tomnay, is that kind of a film.

John Taylor (Clayne Crawford) is a thief who is having a very bad day.  He knocked over a bank and made off with $300,000.  John thinks he pulled off the perfect crime, but soon finds out...that is so not the case.

Not only do the cops quickly figure out John's identity, but they discover the make, model and license number of the car he's driving.  John's forced to abandon his vehicle and walk...Problem is...John has seriously injured his foot and it's bleeding badly.

To make matters worse, John's description is being broadcast by every news outlet in the city.  John needs to get off the streets and fast. Read More...


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