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Movie review: Swiss Army Man

The Daniel Radcliffe/Paul Dano vehicle Swiss Army Man is hallucinatory, ludicrous, disgusting and emotionally rewarding at once.  The relationship between Paul Dano’s suicidal shipwreck survivor and Daniel Radcliffe’s Dead-body-that-washed-up-on-the-beach is heartwarming, hilarious, and strangely romantic.  282 more words

Andrew Halter

Review: The Greasy Strangler

There’s a chain restaurant called Absurd Bird you may have heard of. At Absurd Bird you can, from limited experience, dine on unpleasant, dry and burnt combinations of chicken and miscellaneous carbs, served up in cramped locations filled with awkward swinging chairs. 821 more words

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“The Greasy Strangler” Descends into Depravity with the Ease of a Cult Classic

The Greasy Strangler might be what it feels like to go mad.  The film is best described as a kind of John Waters fever dream (or maybe wet dream), that combines a penchant for bizarre sexuality with a tongue-in-cheek slasher film.  646 more words

Film Reviews

10/7/16 - OCTOBER HORROR MOVIE PICK #7 – Cheap Thrills.

Cheap Thrills is an extremely entertaining little flick I saw a couple years back. It’s one of those movies that takes a simple concept and keeps upping the ante. 318 more words

Horror

The Greasy Strangler - REVIEW - Fantastic Fest 2016


The Greasy Strangler has garnered a lot of buzz on the festival circuit. A lot of that buzz boils down to, “whoa, Frodo produced a disgusting grindhouse gross-out!” That’s good, of course. 605 more words

Horror

Slime City

Men’s-Rights-activist, young-Republican, Travis-Bickle-wannabe, motherfucker moves to skid row.  Drinks ghost sludge.  Continues to be whiny,self-righteous asshole.  Murders the downtrodden.  Tries to cheat on his girlfriend.  Morphs into pulsating goop monster.   111 more words

Pink Flamingos

Dir: John Waters, 1972

10/10

Note: This review is of the uncut version

John Waters’ most outrageous film and definitely his best.

An absolute blast is to be had seeing this. 1,365 more words