Synopsis: Over the course of a weekend, a hypnotic home invader explores and exploits the relationship of a suburban, middle class couple. His brutal torture of the husband and seduction of the wife uncovers an uncomfortable truth about their marriage and ultimately acts as a catalyst for extreme liberation.
Ate de Jong
Imagine Film Festival - 2014
“So what did I think the first time I laid eyes on the promo material for Deadly Virtues? A shitty lifetime channel melodrama dressed in horror garb. And what did I get after actually watching Deadly Virtues? A trashy – yet entertaining – lifetime channel melodrama dressed in horror garb. [A] guilty pleasure…well acted (Megan Maczko in particular, puts on a great performance) …give it a shot, you may find yourself surprised to be smiling by the time the credits roll.” - 13thFloor
“Don’t head into Deadly Virtues: Love. Honor. Obey anticipating a Steven Spielberg level film. Instead, load this one up knowing that the budget is limited but the heart is enormous, and everyone involved in the picture showcase a drive that tells me no one was sleeping on the job. This gang wanted to make a disturbing, creepy little picture, and they’ve succeeded.” - AddictedToHorrorMovies