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Drive-In Horrorshow

USA 2009
produced by
Greg Ansin, Michael Neel for Grim Films
directed by Michael Neel
starring wraparound segment: Luis Negrón, Bill Gage, Nancy Sadsad; segment Pig: Judith Kalaora, Matthew Catanzano; segment The Closet: Chris Fidler, John Cleary, Elizabeth Rose, Michaela Reggio; segment Fall Apart: Larry Jay Tish, Dinah Lane, Robert J.La Tremouille; segment The Meat Man: Trevor Fidler, Jimmy Flynn, Jonathan Donahue, Nick Anistani, Brian Moore Ward; segment The Watcher: Nathaniel Sylba, Jenna Morasca, Ethan Zohn, Rydia Vielehr, Robert Hines
written by Greg Ansin, Michael Neel, music by Greg Ansin, special effects makeup by Rob Fitz, Nicholas Flanagan, Jeff O'Brien

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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A time after the apocalypse: Drive-ins are nothing but a distant memory, monuments to a better time that was long ago - except for one such place, which is run by the undead, playing horror movies for Death himself and his date:

  • Pig: A girl (Judith Kalaora) has her revenge on a fratboy (Matthew Catanzano) because he put something into her drink, then gangraped her together with his friends. Now she has glued him into his bathtub, then turns the water on - and there is nothing he can do to escape.
  • The Closet: A boy (Chris Fidler) gets so fed up by his family that he feeds them to the monster in his closet. When he realizes he's fucked up though, he feeds himself to the monster as well.
  • Fall Apart: A doctor (Larry J.Tish) who has made it his point to treat the poor catches a virus from a sewage worker which makes him slowly disintegrate. And now the gouvernment, who has never appreciated his efforts for the poor, becomes interested - after all, the virus could make a great weapon ...
  • The Meat Man: Two boys (Trevor Fidler, Jimmy Flynn) come to the conclusion that their dad (Jonathan Donahue) is the notorious serialkiller known as the Meat Man. When they confront dad with this assumptions, he manages to convince them otherwise. But what then are these human bodyparts doing in the secret compartment of his freezer?
  • The Watcher: One by one, a quartet of campers (Nathaniel Sylva, Jenna Morasco, Ethan Zohn, Rydia Vielehr) are taken out by a cannibalistic serialkiller (Robert Hines) whose weapon of choice is an ax made from human bones ...

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A fun little anthology movie that houses a very eclectic collection of shorts, ranging from black comedy to serious satire to formulaic genrepiece. For the most part, the selection works though because the stories are all pretty well-written, end on fun (if sometimes a bit predictable) punchlines, and director Michael Neel tends to favour atmosphere over gore. In this respect, only the last story is a bit of a letdown, it's formulaic, weakly written, and relies way too heavily on blunt depictions of gore. But that's only a minor flaw in what I would otherwise call a pretty enjoyable party flick.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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