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USA 2022
produced by
Robert Felker, Richard Burgin (executive) for Chicago Sky View Productions
directed by Richard Burgin
starring Dylan LaRay, Lynn Lowry, Jess Paul, Tom White, Pete Berwick, Glenn Mitchell, Hilary Schwartz, Nik Macik, Karen Donohue, Michael Angelo Gonzalez, Gabriel Fries, Louis DeRosa, Meghan Martinez, Morgan Bass, Richard Burgin, Gabriel Solis, Sara R. Solis, Chloe Adamo, Robert Felker, John Felker, Michael Felker
written by Richard Burgin, music by Zak Ferguson, Richard Burgin, Robert Felker

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Of late, young Billy's (Dylan LaRay) life has turned into a living hell: He works a dead end job where he's constantly berated by his boss (Tom White) while making little enough money to still have to live with his mother Gina (Lynn Lowry), and of late, Gina has been hit with heavy dementia, so bad that she's accident-prone, half of the time still thinks she's a young model and Billy is her long deceased husband and the other half of the time she can become pretty wicked out of spite. The situation has become so bad that Billy has stolen some of the valium his mother needs just to stay calm himself. After her latest accident, Billy and Gina are forced to hire a careperson, Myra (Jess Paul), as Billy can't take care of Gina all times of day and night due to work, but Billy doesn't feel too comfortable about another person living with them. However, he soon warms up to Myra, and when he's bitten by a rat, which is a pretty traumatic experience for him, she helps him over the worst. However, after the rat bite, Billy's health steadily declines despite getting all the right shots, and so does his mental health, as he starts believing he's growing rat fur all over his body. And that, coupled with weird hallucinations that involve a man-sized rat king (Morgan Bass), drive him further and further over the edge until disaster seems unavoidable ...


Fang is nothing if not a very unusual movie, as it combines elements of social study with horror mainstays, but does so in a very surreal, triplike way ... that nevertheless feels very natural, thanks to a script that's cleverly structured, takes its proper time with its build-up and yet never bores the audience, and that's peopled by fleshed out and relatable characters, and also thanks to a directorial effort that finds the right balance between realism and the grotesque. And of course, a first rate cast (especially the three leads) do their bit to make this a wild and wonderful genre ride.


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