Who's Watching Oliver ★★★★★

This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

This review may contain spoilers.

Brought to us by MotionPictures and Joyplex director Ritchie Moore is a different kind of Serial Killer… along with writing talents of Raymond Huber and Banks as Well as himself…

Oliver (Banks) plays a loner living alone dancing to the perverted whims of his mother’s fantasies as he goes out abducts women, rapes and kills them in front of his mother watching from a laptop but then one day Oliver meets Sophia…

Now every day Oliver wakes to an alarm has a specific schedule he follows even has medication scheduled every afternoon to take. His wardrobe doesn’t change much, in fact has at least ten outfits all the same…

It looks like he lives in Japan or China or in a Chinatown like district as he’s able to take a boat to where he needs and always ends up in an amusement park… well Sophia starts sitting with him same time every day and appears to show him what enjoyments he can have in life…

I think that some of the location like the path he takes down a tunnel on some tracks to the amusement park is very pretty… where as every other day Oliver is forced to bring back another woman for his moms amusement and jollies to kill another whore in her mind, in part to teach her son that there can be only one woman to love… meaning herself…

I think this is a slow burn of an artistic film of sorts as we begin to see a budding romance of sorts and as Sophia Disappears one night it is assumed she’s abandoned him and his mother right as he’s forced to go on a murder spree once again…

The story is an odd one I’ll admit but I enjoyed this film like I said it was a slow burn meaning it was relatively slow in it’s telling as there is a lot of quirkiness in Oliver in fact he is somewhat dissassociated and seems to be somewhat removed from society…

Though we never fully find out what Sophia’s History entirely is you get a haunting sense her life wasn’t the greatest either…

In a sense this was another film to show how sometimes a loss relationship with your mother isn’t always healthy…

There was certainly a little bit of gore and a little violence but subtle… I’d certainly recommend this for the gore enthusiast it wasn’t scary just more drama and a little comedy… enjoy!

Starring Russell Geoffrey Banks as Oliver, Sara Malakul Lane as Sophia, Margaret Roche as Mama, Kelly Woodcock as Claire, Champaigne Nuttanun as Asian Girl, Cecilia Belletti as Italian Girl, Muay Maxim as Dead Girl 1, Savitree Thaumthong as Dead Girl 2, Supattra Sassananmongkoi as Dead Girl 3, Pennapa Udomsin as Dead Girl 4, Wacharinya Moolaeg as Dead Girl 5, Sopha Phairo as Dead Girl 6, Topaz Lackgren as Bar Girl, Alex Boyesen as Bar Guy.