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Creeping Crawling

USA 2012
produced by
Mark Fallon (executive), Ken Jackson (executive), Joshua Owens (executive), Jon Russell Cring (executive) for Cinema Rebellion
directed by Jon Russell Cring
starring Sarah von Ouhl, Anna Shields, Chuck Girard, Raine Brown, Laura LaFrate, Kevin Craig West, Gary Flugge, Kate Kenney, Yury Tsykun, Kai Issey, Sheree Spargo, Jonathan Hernandez, Mikaela Holmes, Dominique Gapp, Christopher Russell, Sally Pinto, Dominic Faga, Don Rittner, Dino Petrocelli, Mikey Manschinn, Erin Ford, Megan Russell, Marie Bianchi, Talia Denis, Graeme McKenna, Mark Fallon, Adam Van Der Voort, Anna Demars, Scott Danni, Angela Dilworth
written by Tracy Nichole Cring, Jon Russell Cring, Joshua Owens, music by Bear Campo and Orion Kribs, Absolute Xero, Super 400, songs by Human Sexual Response, After the Fall, special effects by Ken McBain, Ward Benoit

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Two college students/reluctant lab partners (Kate Kenney, Gary Flugge) pay a visit to a eccentric entomologist (Yury Tsykun) to help them with their paper on insects ... but instead he tells them a trio of horror stories of insects taking over our minds/the world:

  • Denver (Sarah von Ouhl) wants to be a model more than everything in the world - but everybody she meets seems to tell her she has to lose some weight ... so she orders a tapeworm from some shady company in Africa, and it works fantastically well, she loses weight effortlessly - and then she learns she's expecting ...
  • In desperate need for money, Dori (Anna Shields) pretends to be her deceased friend, a trained nurse, to take care of an young man (Kai Issey) with a broken spine, as a private nurse. The guy's pretty much comatose, but that doesn't keep her from falling in love with him. Her behaviour gets odder by the day, but what really pushes her off the cliff is when she finds fleas in her bed, starts to sleep in her patient's sick bed with him, and eventually she convinces herself that she's able to bring him out of his condition - to horrific results ...
  • Bailey (Chuck Girard) is a nerdy telemarketer who spends too much time on his own and who has an insect fetish ... oh, and his next desk neighbour in the ofice (Raine Brown) thinks he's a serial killer. His boss (Jonathan Hernandez) shows sympathy and sets him up with a hot blind date (Alexis Dawn) - that ends in tragedy ...

Above all else, Creeping Crawling is a fun little genre movie, that of course plays with the rather common fear of insects and arachnids, but it also really has fun with it and gives new, amusing but also fittingly macabre twists and turns to stories that might sound familiar. And add to that a very competent ensemble cast, a directorial effort that knows when to hold back, when less is more, and a light-footed note to the whole thing, and you've got a pretty entertaining piece of genre entertainment that works as a late-night creeper as well as a party movie.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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