KILL ME THREE TIMES is a film that has no reason to exist. Other than that, it's a barrel of ugly, bloody fun. I suspect your enjoyment will depend on how many movies you have so far seen in your lifetime. A few too many and you'll be clock-watching often.
Sullivan Stapleton, two photos above) and his assistant/wife (Teresa Palmer, just above); Alice Braga (below, as their very unlucky patient, who seems to have connections to all the remaining folk in town); her creep of a husband (Callen Mulvey)...
Hemsworth family, older brother Luke (below), who proves every bit as memorable a hunk of eye-candy as his younger siblings (if a bit shorter); and a local cop who's venal and nasty, too (Bryan Brown).
Magnolia's Magnet division and running, thank god, only 90 minutes, Kill Me Three Times -- after a spell on VOD -- opens tomorrow, Friday, April 10, in sixteen cities across the country, including New York (at Landmark's Sunshine Cinema) and Los Angeles (Landmark's NuArt). You can view all currently scheduled playdates, with cities and theaters listed, by clicking here.