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Inhuman Resources
Thriller, Horror
IMDB rating:
Daniel Krige
Tom Savini as Peter Bava
Aleks Eydelman as Belle Fan
Bridie Latona as Clare Taylor
Molly Knight as Female Paramedic
Hayley McElhinney as Sheena O'Leary
Alan Dukes as Edward Crandell
Sam Reid as William Tucker
James Mackay as Rudy Khan
Kelly Paterniti as Annabelle Hale
Travis Cotton as Male Secretary
Felix Williamson as Brian Keene
Nicholas Hope as Thomas Reddmann
Storyline: Six captive office workers are literally chained to their desks by a demented, escaped serial killer; former regional manager Thomas Reddmann (Redd). He assigns his 'human resources' the impossible task of proving his innocence or suffering gruesome consequences.
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Corporate Headhunters
For those who have felt chained to their desks in the Cubicle Farm, this ones for you. A Yuppie Yarn of Corporate Headhunters played against a Plot of a convicted Serial Killer and his "rehabilitation" and revenge.

This is a Gory Story, Fangoria Films and Fans wouldn't have it any other way. The best part of this Saw and Hostel influenced Movie is that it has its decapitated head in the right place. That is, it does not take itself so pretentiously serious like those other over rated Franchises.

It is a lively, colorful Film that is loaded with talent on and off the Screen. The Story gets ever more complex as it moves along and in the end it is rewarding enough to rise above the lesser entries in this Genre. It utilizes its Low-Budget and drains every drop of the lifeblood and gladly and Artistically spreads it across the Screen.
If You Think Your Job Is Hell - Apply To View Inhuman Resources aka Redd Inc
When Nicholas Hope appeared on the big screen with a demonic smile that would rival Jack Nicholson in The Shining, the audience went nuts.

And so does the image of a Glad-Wrapped cat. That dead feline co-starred with Hope in the award-winning in Rolf de Heer's 1993 brilliant shock flick Bad Boy Bubby which won AFI Awards for Best Screenplay, Best Lead Actor and Best Director.

So it's great to see Hope return to a black comedic horror - again with something to say and this time it's about the everyday slavery happening right across the modern world.

He plays Thomas Reddman – the Regional Manager of Redd Inc and he's the star of this next cult film set to be a future hit. It puts a whole new macabre slant on Groundhog Day and provides great social commentary on what it means to work in order to stay alive.

Redd is a convicted serial killer known as The Headhunter who hacks to death bad CEOS, corporate pigs and fat cats that probably should be Glad-Wrapped. He breaks out of the asylum that imprisons him, kidnaps the people whose contribution in court got him convicted and forces them to find the real killer and thus, clear his name. He chains them to desks in front of computers in a cube farm, welcomes with a creepy 'hello workers… ' then orders them to 'get back to work!'

Never have these words been so insidious, formidable and funny.

First world countries claim to have abolished slavery. That is not true. Go to any corporate office and check out the cube farms – cramped conditions, mindless repetitive movement and the endless processing of red tape. The reality is first world countries just changed the word 'slavery' to other words such as 'mortgage'. Timed dunny breaks, clocking on, clocking off, that feeling of being chained to a desk doing pointless, menial tasks designed to keep unnecessarily complicated workflows in perpetual motion – this work 'ethic' is forced on many people who need money to afford the basics of food and shelter in the affluent world.

Welcome to capitalism - a term that is a reminder of the sign over Auschwitz 'Work Makes One Free' – as long as you work yourself to death.

Tom Savini is a US makeup and SFX artist as well as an actor and has a great history dating back to (and beyond) the greatest social comment on modern life at the time – Romero's Dawn Of The Dead (1978). It was a great joy to see no CGI but real, physical special effects like the way Romero does them.

And this is why Redd Inc is best seen in a cinema first. Horror movie buffs like seeing their genre of choice on a big screen first and at least once. In the olden days, people went to church to worship gods, they broke bread and connected with other like-minded folk in the local community.

Horror buffs do the same. They congregate at the altar of the silver screen, they share popcorn and absorb the sermon coming from on high. Complete strangers connect with groans and screams and the hiding of the eyes behind the hands. It's exciting and thrilling and scary and a divine experience all rolled into one.

Redd Inc delivers this divinity.

While abiding by certain horror conventions – it also breaks new ground with story twists and turns that elevate this film into the highest echelon of the genre.

The soundtrack is superb, the editing seamless, the direction sublime. Dan Krige is the director who took the script by Anthony O'Connor and Jonathon Green and gave it a modern visual style that feels like it has moved the genre forward. The script itself is laugh-out-loud and suitably gruesome as office life often is.

When Romero's Dawn Of The Dead was released in 1978, it predicted a time when people would work for money on weekdays then be drawn to giant shopping malls on weekends to spend that money as a form of entertainment and relaxation – and he accurately depicted this prophecy with zombies.

Around that same era, the Ozploitation genre was in full swing with classics such as Turkey Shoot and Dead End Drive In with Mad Max being the most famous and successful of all Aussie genre films. And when filmmaking special effects surged ahead with the explosion of technology in the 90s, the horror and sci-fi genres enjoyed a renaissance. Stories were easier to tell because improbable worlds became fully realistic on the big screen. And Ozploitation has enjoyed its own evolutionary leap. Since 2003 the Saw franchise has racked up several films making Jigsaw a very successful and sought-after villain who has generated millions of dollars. But here's the difference – Redd Inc is funny.

Redd Inc is one of the smartest films of its genre and worth seeing on big and small screens everywhere. It'll sure give you a different view of modern human resources and a disturbingly accurate one too.
Weird cross-genre blend without much direction
Awakening to find themselves bound together in an office building, a group of people learn they're being held by a vicious killer to a crime they're all involved in and uses deadly means to force them to find the real killer in the case.

This one turned out to be quite an interesting blend of efforts that never quite gets to where it wants to go. The fact that it starts off with the typical Torture Film genre set-up of the people chained together in a singular, dim location with a madman amongst them forcing them to play along in a demented game of his makes for a cliché opening that quickly appears to derail interest early on, but the fact that it then turns into a dark comedy about him forcing the gathered group to partake in crime solving on the case that sent him to prison that they were all involved in getting him tried on the charge, makes this one's rapid shift in tone quite unappealing when he's using far more vicious methods of forcing them along than what had happened to put him away yet continually claims innocence the whole time, a fact that's pointed out and glossed over with no real deterrence at all. While it gets a lot more enjoyable when they get loose and are stalked through the office building in the final half, forcing in some pretty brutal gags and blood-splatter along the way, it's not nearly enough to compensate for it's wacky opening.

Rated R: Graphic Violence, Graphic Language and Nudity.
Return of an actor with mystique Nicholas Hope.Scares & screams.
I was invited to a preview of Redd Inc intending to leave early. I held both arms of the seat throughout. It's grisly but it's also very well written. I've been a Criminal Lawyer 40yrs and seen much of psychopaths and cruelty. This movie nails it. Surprised at negative reviews. My favorite movie of this genre since Cape Fear! See it. The movie dwells on the allegedly wrongful conviction of Nicholas Hope for a murder in an elevator.I truly was taken by surprise and won't spoil the ending. Suffice to say that it has been my long experience in many homicide cases,more than 300, that there is nothing more wronged than a criminal who is falsely accused of even the slightest crime amongst all their evil deeds merrily committed. Nicholas Hope embarks on revenge and the examination of all those that contributed to the errors that had him locked away for a crime he says he didn't commit. Hey, I'm used to horrible people but this guy is something else!
ORIGINAL, FUNNY and SCARY...What More Can You Ask For!
I was lucky enough to see this film on the big screen in March this year at the Australian Film Festival held annually at the wonderful Randwick Ritz in Sydney, Lucky, as it was a sold out session and also lucky as it is a terrific and original entry into what can only be described as tired genre... This film takes you places you have never thought of in the Horror/Comedy/Boy meets Grrrrrl/Detective Story/Office Politics genre films you think you may have seen before... It mixes a new and spunky cast with the very experienced and masterly Nicholas Hope as the terrifying but deeply misunderstood Thomas Reddmann... Clever, intelligent and humorous scripting from Anthony O'Connor and Jonathon Green make it a joy for the actors and audience to revel in... Assured direction from Daniel Krige and incredible special make up effects created and supervised by wizard Tom Savini elevate this tale above the norm... Sure, it's low budget and Indie but every cent seems to have been wisely stretched and spent on the story on the screen...How rare is that these days... Can't wait to get my hands on the Blu-Ray to enjoy it again and to see the extras and the Making Of... Never assume anything in this office from Hell...What's also good about the film is that the truth is never far away... It's a tale very far from parody and knows and loves where it is... When you feel things can't get any worse, it just might... but then... it may not! ...You really are on a mad roller coaster ride but can't quite decide if it's better to stay on or get off...Safety rushes by as you decide... One thing you can be sure of... Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the office typing pool..It Ain't!
Like a horror version of The Office
This one is quite the little hidden gem in my opinion. I really, really enjoyed this one. Super gory, super fun and a great story. All of the actors are very good and I really like the girl who played the lead. Redd Inc. is a fun slasher gore type that has a nice twist and keeps you trying to figure out what's going on throughout the movie. Loved the ending! This is the type of horror movie that is made to entertain you not try to impress you.

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The originality makes it worth watching
I just finished watching the movie. It wasn't one of those serious slasher films. Even though I've seen innumerable horror movies, the movie still made me cringe. It is sure to make some of the audience want to cover their eyes during some killing scenes, which is not necessarily a bad thing. The movie was explicit about showing minor yet disturbing enough torture scenes, but seemed to deliberately censor the major ones, which is understandable given the fact that it wasn't meant to be a torture movie. The gore is not over the top and it is only there to contribute to the story progression. It is more of a detective movie, mixed with some joker-type madness, which slightly takes away from the seriousness of the violent scenes, and somehow makes you keep watching even if it makes you uncomfortable. You're going to watch a bunch of people trapped in a single location trying to work their way out. This means much of your time will be spent watching the characters have lengthy conversations with one another in order to solve a murder case. The movie is a mix of detective, torture, and comedy genres. I'm not into comedy movies, but it kind of made this movie more appealing. If it didn't have that funny feeling to it, I might have got bored due to it resembling many other movies of this type. I must say the story is very original and that alone makes this movie worth watching, although I'm pretty sure for most of you out there it's going to be a one-time watch only.
Firm but Fair
Retitled 'Inhuman Resources' for US release, neither title accurately hints at what 'Redd Inc.' is about, but then again, going into it with minimal expectations is part of the fun. The film begins as a 'Saw' variant with various kidnapped individuals waking up in a conference room where they are chained to the central desk and unable to escape, but the film soon morphs into a blend of dark comedy and mystery as the antagonist enters the scene. Played by a Nicholas Hope (of 'Bad Boy Bubby' fame), he is a human resources director convicted of murder who has recently fled prison. Having always protested his innocence, Hope forces his subjects to research his case and look for inconsistencies in the prosecution's case, while offering grotesque consequences for those who do not comply. Hope gives a wonderfully deadpan performance, hilariously declaring himself an "innocent man" after issuing his most vicious, violent consequences. Also priding himself as "firm but fair", the film sharply hits satirical notes as rugged workplace environments are giddily parodied. The film is partially let down by a wealth of unanswered questions (and it seems bizarre that only one of the six characters attempts to escape with definite opportunities noticeable), but is an effective experience all the same, greatly enhanced by excellent makeup effects from industry legend Tom Savini. The film is also full of memorable splatter scenes throughout, but the best bit is a subtle one as blood drips from our heroine's forehead onto the 'Esc' key on her keyboard.
Redd, Inc.
Just saw this movie at a film festival in Seoul and was quite impressed. As is generally the case with film festivals, I didn't quite know what to expect going in other than how it is similar to Saw. While the similarity is there, Redd, Inc. is certainly its own film and one that is worth watching. It involves a recently escaped mental patient/prisoner who believes himself to be innocent and kidnaps the unsuspecting people who were involved one way or another with the conviction.

The movie lacks the sort of pathetic dialog the worst parts of the Saw franchise often include as other films do, whether it's Saw, other horror movies, or other other movies that involve multiple people in a tumultuous situation. The dialog is often funny, usually necessary, and never drab.

The director was kind of enough to show up and say a few things about his film along with taking questions, during which time he brought up his love of the comedy/horror genre. Often times horror movies are funny when they don't want to be and corny when they are trying to be funny, but Redd Inc. does a good job achieving what it is trying to achieve at any given moment. In the end, everyone has a moment or many of feeling chained to their desks.
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