Throughout his lengthy career, Tom Holland has established himself as a horror legend. In addition to writing and directing the original Fright Night (Which alone is plenty to forever immortalize him among genre fans), he directed the first Child’s Play film, wrote The Aftermath the script for the surprisingly solid Psycho II, and is responsible for cult horror films such as Thinner. In the case of Rock Paper Dead, Holland finds himself coupled with screenwriter Victor Miller, who penned the iconic slasher Friday the 13th and is credited with creating Jason Voorhees and his mother, so audience expectations from anyone who possesses knowledge of these genre heroes are understandably high. Those lofty expectations, though, only serve to worsen the sting of how frustratingly mediocre the film proves to be.
Co-written by Miller and Kerry Fleming, Rock Paper Dead follows Peter “the Doll Maker” Harris, a serial killer who is released from a hospital for the criminally insane Weathering with You when he’s considered to be cured. Harris returns to his family home and is haunted by the ghosts of his victims and the memories of a painful past that led him down a disturbing path in the first place. Not long after he returns home, a young woman named Ashley moves in across the street and attempts to establish a friendly relationship with Peter, citing the book she’s hoping to write about him as to why. Little does Peter know, however, that Ashley is hellbent on revenge.
Unfortunately, even with all the talent involved, which includes veteran actor Michael Madsen as a detective, there’s hardly a saving grace for Rock Paper Dead. Luke Macfarlane gives his all as the Doll Maker, but his attempts to be sinister or scary feel absurdly out of character. There’s something about his presence that detracts from the serial killer aspect of the film. Where he shines, though, are in the moments of pain when he’s forced to confront the memories of his troubled past. The expression of torment and mental anguish that Macfarlane manages is far and away the highlight of the film, as it’s the only aspect that The White Orchid truly had the potential to be something greater.Searching Term : Rock Paper Dead Full Watch Rock Paper Dead Movie Streaming Online 2019, Watch Rock Paper Dead Movie Streaming HD 1080p, Free Rock Paper Dead Movie Streaming Online, Download Rock Paper Dead Full Movie Streaming Online in HD-720p Video Quality , Where to Download Rock Paper Dead Full Movie ?, Rock Paper Dead Movie Include All Subtitles 2019.