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The Bloody Indulgent

USA 2014
produced by
Hilary Glaholt, Kenneth Hughes, Nicholas Miscusi, Wen Wen Hsu (executive), Ken Roht (executive) for Trees of Shade
directed by Ken Roht
starring Kevin Scott Richardson, Diva Zappa, Brian Gaskill, Brandon Heitkamp, Dylan Kenin, Clay Wilcox, Max Faugno, Sharon Ferguson, Lori Scarlett, Laura Martin, Jabez Zuniga, Tracey Leigh, Sam Given, Henry McMillan, Lucy Griffin, Marvin 'Josh' Solomon, Kenneth Hughes, Shannon Hart Cleary, Lake Sharp, Sharyn-Genel Gabriel, Danièle Watts, Denna Thomsen, Julie Bolene, Suzie Q, May-Har Li, Catherine Alfonso, Ryan Alan Jones, Austin Westbay, Amber Mercomes, Lauren Gilroy, Michael Teoli, Alexandra Kennedy
written by Ken Roht, songs by Paul Goldowitz, Ken Roht, special effects makeup by Melissa Gates, visual effects by Erik Tillmans

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Vampire Burt (Kevin Scott Richardson) vampirizes his best friend Todd (Brandon Heitkamp) ... who totally feels out of league with his new condition, and before you know it he has vampirized his girlfriend Connie (Diva Zappa), who really relishes in being a vampire though, so much so that vampire hunters track down and kill her about two hours later. But she's later brought back to life (or should that be "un-life" actually) as a zombie ...

Burt though is not happy to just turn his best friend, so he creates a bloodbath at a strip club killing the place's beloved magician and MC (Brian Gaskill) - which doesn't sit well with the strippers, who soon form a vampire killer gang ...

Having created havoc at the club, Burt takes Todd to pay a visit to Claire (Sharon Ferguson), who might not be a vampire and will never become one, but he likes her attitude anyways. For one, she's a photographer who as a rule shoots her models dead during a shoot (so a little bit like meals on wheels), and who has a simply unbelievable stash of drugs - which Burt enjoys to sniff from Claire's blood-covered models. Todd meanwhile finds true love in Claire's assistant June (Lucy Griffin), Claire's assistant who's also not a vampire and a bit of a nerdy girl - but she and Todd become soulmates (and fuckbuddies) before long. But eventually the vampire-killing strippers arrive at the place, and Claire and her partner (Lori Scarlett) aren't happy about Todd's night of decadence anymore either, and thus things come to a head that might not leave anyone alive ...


I guess I actually have to mention here that The Bloody Indulgent is a musical, and it does its best to follow the example of The Rocky Horror Picture Show and camp things up in the best possible way - but alas it falls a tad short: The music, one has to admit, is not quite as fetching, nor are the lyrics even half as funny, and while Kevin Scott Richardson actually shows quite some singing talent (surprisingly so, he's one of the Backstreet Boys, and let's face it, they're rubbish), others but especially Brandon Heitkamp just fall short of their vocal requirements. Plus the script surely could have done with a rewrite or two as the structure doesn't feel quite in place yet, some of the best gags seem ill-placed, some of the situation comedy far-fetched.

That said, The Bloody Indulgent is by no means a trainwreck, it should serve as a near-perfect party movie, it's loud, mean, politically incorrect, sexy (though there's very little in actual nudity), gory, and it moves at a steady pace, so with a few beers one shouldn't have a problem to enjoy this ...


By the way, Diva Zappa is in fact Frank's daughter. Something tells me he would have approved of the movie's theme at least. Unfortunately, Diva's character is rather underused in this one ...


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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