Actor, writer, cartoonist. Formerly at Fandango, Movies.com, AOL/HuffPo (Cinematical), BirthMoviesDeath.
They say you can’t set out to make a cult film, but damned if this doesn’t try. The problem is that this movie is one note, played loud and long, which becomes more monotonous than gleeful. Still, if you have a penchant for early Peter Jackson or Frank Henenloter films, you’ll find something to love.