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"On the other side of the spectrum is Burt Bulos as Stephen Consing,
a character who is so unapologetic -
at times bordering, if not crossing
over into being a sociopath - that it's hard to watch. And yet, Bulos
completely inhabits the role,and clearly has fun doing it, making it hard to
take your eyes off him and exactly what he's doing in every scene.

 --Matt Giles, The Movie Sleuth

Best Comedy Feature Film
Official Selection
Tri-Cities International
Film Festival


North Hollywood Cinefest 2017

Official Selection

Albuquerque Film Festival 2017

Official Selection

“A film that will certainly have people talking for a long while.”

"Right movie, right time?..."

"Neil LaBute's In the Company of Men, only darker and with more laughs."
- Kevin Jordan, filmmaker, director of Hollywood Heritage

"The Lady Killers is a demented piece of dark comedy, the kind of comedy
that's so dark that you don't know if you should laugh, cry, shudder
or just plain look over your shoulder… "Leirness isn't a guy who's afraid to
dabble within the darkest corners of the human mind. Yet, he does so with a
refreshing authenticity and a sense of humor." "
- Richard Propes, The Independent Critic

"At the center of the dark, twisted heart of The Lady Killers,
lies a brutally honest portrait of toxic masculinity."
- Sean Mulvihill, FanBoy Nation Magazine

"Smart, snappy, and topical--A sure-fire cult contender."
--Marc Bulger, YES! Weekly

“Dark comedy so chilling, you don’t know whether to laugh or scream!”
– Steve Kaplan, Comedy Guru for HBO, Dreamworks, Disney,
author of The Hidden Tools of Comedy: The Serious Business of Being Funny

“A smart, dark satire.”
– Jonathan Wakeham, Co-founder and programmer
The LOCO London Comedy Film Festival

“Just when you think you have a handle on the exploitation, this film upsets the apple cart as
it depicts toxic masculinity brought to its ghastly logical conclusion.”
– Abigail Sims, Sexual and Relationship Violence Educator

“…Trust me ladies, your boyfriend doesn't want you to see this film! I felt like I was watching
chess masters play checkers on that dating site Tinder!”
– Suli McCullough, comedian, actor and writer (The Tonight Show Lopez Tonight)