ReAgitator: Revenge of the Parody
Dylan Greenberg, Jurgen Azazel Munster, Wendy Scripps (executive) for Disck Pictures, Wendigo Productions, Brooklyn Fire Proof
directed by Dylan Greenberg
starring Amanda Flowers, Jurgen Azazel Munster, Aurelio Voltaire, Alan Merrill, Sofe Cote, Sara Kaiser, Mickala McFarlane, Schooly-D, Lloyd Kaufman, Ammalia Hernandez Pages, Franco Corderas Badino, Jesus Palacios, Max Husten, James or Whatever, Darryl LaVare, Scott LaVare, Justine LaVare, Jane LaVare, Aadenn Alexander Grushkin, Howie Pyro, Brenda Marie Dunn, Elizabeth D'Ambrosio, Luifer Rodríguez, Josafat Concepcion, Octavia Wheeler, Sophia Rehm, Kansas Bowling, Andrew Hirschfeld, Mitchell Murdock, Max Gnar, Savvy Jaye, Randy Schager, Calliopsis Bean Love, Fallon VenDetta, John P. Brennan, Purple Pam, Thi Baudelaire, Alex Calibur, Dylan Greenberg, Briar Montana, Mister Lobo
written by Dylan Greenberg with Jurgen Azazel Munster, Amanda Flowers, Abe Goren, Sam Saper, Reverend Jen
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Claudia Merryweather (Amanda Flowers) is dying, so her immensely rich
husband Alan (Alan Merrill) sends her to Dr. Orbert Wescraft (Jurgen
Azazel Munster), who might have just the treatment for her - but that's
not a good idea, and not even so much because he sends his butler Verum
(Aurelio Voltaire) with her, who she secretly has an affair with, but
because Dr. Wescraft has a dead wife (Brenda Marie Dunn) of his own, and
he needs the blood of a dying woman to bring her back to life.
Interestingly, this works even ... well, to some extent, Dr. Wescraft's
wife comes back as an undead lusting for blood, which is why the two of
them roam the streets looking for easy victims, and Claudia, in a state of
being not quite dead, becomes the high priestess of an undead cult. Now
throw in two reporters (Sara Kaiser, Mickaela McFarlane) looking for a big
scoop to save their jobs, a woman (Sofe Cote) out to revenge her dead
sister, an informer (Max Husten) who always turns up at the least likely
spot ... oh, and of course a giant one-eyed monster that sucks people into
another dimension, and you've got utter chaos - but will anybody find
their way out?
Legendary rapper Schooly-D plays the American president, Troma
head honcho Lloyd Kaufman an especially ineffective chief of police.
one should have already come to expect from director Dylan Greenberg, this
movie refuses to be judged by conventional standards: Its story makes
little sense and could do with more of a narrative structure, its special
effects and miniature work are mostly handpuppets and paper cut-outs
copied in via greenscreen that could have done with a little more work,
the ensemble cast is very uneven, and for budget reason, this movie finds
short-cuts where there aren't even any ... and you know, at the same time,
this film is lots of FUN - and for all the right reasons: Its respectless,
anything-goes send-up of genre favourites is oftentimes hilarious, the
humour is so far out that even the unfunniest jokes get at least a giggle,
and creating the story as one constant hyperbole that never lets off is
quite a feat in itself. That said, the film might be best watched with
beer (or anything comparable) and a few drunk mates ... but that's not a