Redd Inc is an Australian horror film masquerading as an American one. Right off the bat this is a flaw because the Aussie actors can't quite maintain their American accents and slip up on certain syllables or pronunciations. Fortunately the horror of the film is strong enough to distract you and keep your mind on other things. It's a horrific film and explicitly violent (excellent). Nicholas Pope plays Thomas Reddman, a deranged and psychopathic businessman who holds 6 people captive in an office. Chained to desks they are tasked with data entry and told not to stop. The movie unfolds with a series of gore scenes, each deliciously repulsive as Reddman sets about recreating the perfect work place. Pope is great in the lead and while he has maintained his career over the past 20 years, this is his first prominent lead since Bad Boy Bubby. He's got such a great face for darkly funny films and this is a nice return to the oddball type of character. Horror FX maestro Tom Savini oversaw the gore fx and provides some knarley stuff. He also has a stupid little cameo midway through which has no purpose other than being a nod to the audience. I thought it was tacky with him on camera with a Dawn of the Dead poster behind him... seriously, come on! Anyhow, Redd Inc is a surprising and quirky little movie. It will please gore hounds but probably won't resonate with most others.