The story of "Evil Intent" is simple. The characters include two roommates, one is dating Paul, the other is Paul's ex. Now, throw in some mental instability and really bitchy jealousy and you have a movie, with a twist.
Stephanie (Giovanna Leah) is Kelly's (Libby Baker) roommate. Stephanie's boyfriend is Paul (Jason W. Griffith). Kelly was once Stephanie's boyfriend. Please take a minute and make yourself a dance card.
Stephanie has some mental health issues for which she takes medications. Before you can say: "Gaslight," (Google it), Stephanie starts acting like a mental patient who isn't medicated. She starts hearing a demon talking to her. But, no worries Kelly will take care of her.
Kelly and Paul speak of Stephanie's condition and how best to help her. Kelly is more than happy to take care of her sick friend.
Dear friend Tricia (Andrea Rabold) steps in to help Stephanie, or maybe she's helping Kelly.
I don't want to ruin the end for you, but it's a good one. Fine out which girls are true friends and which boyfriend, oh yeah ... there's only one boyfriend. Anyway, there are twists and a few turns in this excellent indie film by a master story-teller. Glenn also plays Stephanie's headshrinker, good job Glenn!
This is a thriller and not a comedy, it has the feel of an 70s thriller gone mental, which is a good thing. A fun ride with great acting and directing.
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Check out Glenn's other films. I heartily recommend "The Worst Movie Ever."
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