Tony: The London Serial Killer
Directed by Gerard Johnson
A British psycho goes about his daily routine murdering men and covering his tracks in this grisly British entry in the serial killer subgenre. Tony has a quiet flat in London, a home he shares only with the bodies of the victims he keeps around for company. As Tony goes through his days hunting his prey in seedy alleys and elsewhere, it seems like nothing will stop his horrific hobby, until unwanted attention falls on him for a crime he may not have committed. Will this be the end for him? If you loved HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER, get ready to meet TONY.
A British psycho goes about his daily routine murdering men and covering his tracks.
Cast: Peter Ferdinando, Greg Kam, Ricky Grover
That poor fart had problems, no doubt about it. I’d say he suffered with splinters in the brain from the windmills of his mind. Not really a deep, compelling plot, but the acting wasn’t bad.
The ending ruined the whole movie for me, it climaxed slightly and then totally fizzled out.
Not bad could have used improvement on couple things like more character development but good never the less.
never really felt like much of a story.
If you're not into the 1st 15-20 minutes, do yourself a favor and don't keep watching. It doesn't get any better.