‘He’d kill to be your friend’
Adam K is a 2016 independent American horror feature film written and directed by Joston Theney (Axeman and sequels). The movie stars Farrah Abraham, Brinke Stevens and Mindy Robinson.
When Adam Kraul, a lonely, awkward insurance claims adjuster is rejected, only the blood of his victims can keep him warm…
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A rather interesting thriller that manages to tell a seemingly predictable story in a very original way, telling it from more than one perspective and thus giving the by now rather cliché-riddled genre a fresh spin. And add to that a directorial effort that finds the right balance between shocks, suspense and atmosphere, and a uniformly very competent cast, and you’ve got yourself a pretty good movie!” Search My Trash
“This film is far from perfect, and it has moments that the acting does seem to lack the desired impact. It also has people walking in and out, with no rhyme or reason. The Amanda scenario demonstrated great patience. We built that up almost all film. I felt that the other scenarios that Adam faces seemed to have felt a bit rushed. The payoffs make no question are sadistic, vile and will get your attention.” Wicked Channel
“Adam K is an interesting ride with a few twists, it’s not perfect but I can certainly see Joston evolving as a filmmaker and that is always great to see. It will be interesting to see him expand on this as the potential is certainly there. If genital mutilation, blunt-forced killings and a crazed serial killer are what you’re after, give this one a look. It’s a brutal look into the mind of a killer.” HorrorMovies.ca
“The special effects were outstanding, and the few twists were much needed as it kept the movie interesting. Adam K was overall an interesting thriller that told a predictable story but did so in an original way by telling the story from more than one perspective.” Hell Horror
Farrah Abraham (Axeman 2: Overkill), Brinke Stevens (The Slumber Party Massacre), Mindy Robinson (V/H/S 2), Arielle Brachfeld (The Haunting of Whaley House), Sarah Nicklin, Jessica Cameron (Red Eye; Mania; Truth or Dare; et al) and pop singer Emii.