"Becky is a twisted coming of age film, featuring a 13-year-old girl channelling her teen angst to kick some serious ass as she engineers a brutal revenge against the neo-nazi prison escapees," directors Cary Murnion and Jon Milott (Cooties, Bushwick) say.
"It's the kind of bloody escapist insanity we want to watch. Becky is ultimately confronted with a fork in the road at the climax. The unexpected decision she makes and the moral and ethical ambiguity it expresses is at the heart of what makes this film so unique."
Some sensitive moviegoers will find the graphic violence difficult to watch.
"We wanted to explore the challenge of executing a contradictory tone, walking a fine line of making visuals that you can't take your eyes off, and simultaneously creating viscerally murderous scenes that force you to involuntarily look away," the directors say.