68 Kill

Chip's problem is that he can't say no to beautiful women. This weakness gets him into a world of trouble when he agrees to help his girlfriend steal $68,000.


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  • ★★★½ review by Rachel Henrie ✨ on Letterboxd

    so i went to the canadian premiere and i met matthew gray gubler before the screening and he asked me where i was from and he wanted me to give him a high five.

    after the movie ended, i talked to him about independent movies and how important i think they are, he asked me for my name (then he said: rachel, i'm matthew, im pleased to meet you) and he told me that i had cool glasses.

    i guess all im trying to say is that we are in love and ready to get married, start a family and live happily ever after

  • ★★★½ review by Todd Gaines on Letterboxd

    Trailer park noir?

    68 Kill is one of my biggest surprises of 2017. It’s a very dark comedy, that plays equally for laughs and outrageous gore. Starring that fella from Criminal Minds, as a likable loser, who can’t stay away from dangerous femme fatale ladies. Plus, nothing quite says white trash fabulous, quite like trailer park hotties. An absolute farce that shouldn’t be taken seriously, and obviously, one of the most hilarious viewing experiences I’ve had in quite some time.

  • ★★★½ review by Keith Garrett on Letterboxd

    I loved every trashy, sleazy, southern-fried second of this.

  • ★★★★ review by Greg on Letterboxd

    I love a damsel-in-distress & his name is Matthew Gray Gubler.

  • ★★★★ review by John on Letterboxd

    68 Kill is greasy, grimy white trash craziness and I loved every second of it. Who knew 90210's (the reboot) AnnaLynne McCord would become such an indie queen? After her turns in Excision, Trash Fire and now 68 Kill, she's such a fave. Such a fave. The other two female leads Alicia Boe and Sheila Vand were flawless and badass as well. Matthew Gray Gubler is adorable, always has been and always will be, and he's adorable here as well, but it's the ladies in this that are the most memorable. If I had to compare this film to any others, it would probably be Freeway and its more obscure sequel Freeway 2: Confessions of a Trickbaby. If you haven't already seen those, watch them. And watch 68 Kill while you're at it.

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