Slices of Life
Sexual Parasites, Disembowelment, Zombies, Serial Killers, Demon Children, Violent Vixens, Rabid Office Workers and Angry Embryos all spring to life from the flesh covered sketch books featured in Anthony G. Sumner's (Gallery of Fear) SLICES OF LIFE.
- Stars:Kaylee Williams, Marv Blauvelt, Helene Alter-Dyche, Jack Guasta, Alan Rowe Kelly, Becky Adorable, George Albergo, Monica Avila, Tina Cunningham, Debbie Di Verde, Keith Ehrenberg, Devon Elizabeth, Laurée Enos, Rachel Evans, Gary Ferguson,
- Director:Anthony G. Sumner,
- Writer:Anthony G. Sumner (screenplay), Eric Richter (screenplay), Alan Rowe Kelly (screenplay), Anthony G. Sumner
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(au) wrote: Stupid, Stupid, Stupid.
(gb) wrote: French people are weird and perverted. Maybe not as weird and perverted as me, but still.
(gb) wrote: If Culkin and Green's dramatically stereotypical performances weren't enough evidence, Party Monster is a camp film that has enough black comedy, drug use, and 1980's club scene music to unexpectedly entertain.
(us) wrote: Best movie E V E R!!!!!
(nl) wrote: Can any priest actually be solid and resolute in their faith or must there always been an internal turmoil over God? The first signpost of malaise and ineptitude in the pitiful 'Exorcist II: The Heretic' is the superimposition of a possessed South American girl in flames and it is unintentionally laughable. Then the drivel shifts to Regan (Linda Blair) who has blossomed into a buxom ingnue off- Broadway and it's queasy to view Blair in the sexy prima donna context. Denials from the Catholic Church are commonplace nowadays so the fact that the Cardinal reevaluates his position on Satan as a corporeal entity is fathomable. The sleepy tone extends to the clash between modern hypnotherapy and devout piety. The "synchronizer" sequence is an incomprehensible jumble of nonsensical rhetoric, hammy, trance-like reaction shots from Richard Burton and Louise Fletcher and an excruciating recreation of Merrin's battle with Pazuzu. A biblical swarm of locusts in Africa and Regan's psychic abilities suborn more narrative incongruity than unnerving terror. Retconning Regan with an ESP slant is arbitrary and monumentally doltish (ex. Her conversation with Sandra, a stuttering autistic patient, is the height of hilarity). A Jesuit priest plummeting from a Cliffside is such flagrant wirework that he seems to be sailing on a hang glider. Most of the dawdling scenes of Burton's investigation in Africa are transparently filmed against a matte painting. Perhaps though, James Earl Jones in a locust costume is the official jumping-the-shark moment. This is the worst second chapter of a horror blockbuster outside of 'Blair Witch 2: Book of Shadows'. Even on its own wobbly structure (along with an Atari-esque midi theme), 'Exorcist II' is a toothlessly unmitigated fiasco that desecrates the memory of the Academy Award-nominated original.
(br) wrote: A slow motion train wreck you can't turn away from.