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« on: April 11, 2014, 01:27:35 PM »

April showers bring running punks, pranks, butt-monsters, doppelgangers, dystopian elevators, indies, and Biblical deluges.

RUN LOLA RUN (1998): Certified weird! "Stylized within a heartbeat of its life, Lola is as proudly and defiantly artificial as Franka Potente’s Strawberry-Shortcake-with-her-head-on-fire dye job."

MUSHY VEGETABLES (2006): "Nobody will love Raymond anymore after seeing him cheer on the dairy-based psychological torture of an innocent lifeform in Mushy Vegetables, an irritating Estonian exercise in arthouse provocation. What was family-friendly comedian Ray Romano (working under the obvious pseudonym Andrei Romanov) thinking when he agreed to take a small part as an alien-terrorizing sadist in this Baltic bowel movement?"

NOAH (2014): "When it was first announced that Paramount had given Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan) the green light to tell his version of the Noah story, many familiar with the director's work wondered how he and frequent collaborator and scriptwriter Ari Handel were going to interpret it."-AE

BAD MILO (2013): "...by being more thoughtful and probing than the usual movie about butt-monsters, it passes up a lot of scatological opportunities, which may explain why it failed to wow the midnight movie crowds. This is a case where the movie might benefit from a less tasteful approach."

ENEMY (2014): "[Director Denis] Villeneuve shows an ability to evoke a panicky existential dread that rivals David Lynch and fellow Canadian David Cronenberg, while Enemy‘s concern with the frailty of identity places it somewhere on the venerable Persona spectrum."

HELLEVATOR (2004): Reader recommendation! "A dystopian future civilization lives in a vast underground complex where each floor represents a different part of society, from housing and schooling up to more sinister departments, culminating in the mysterious and never visited 'top floor' that is implied to be both above-ground and possibly mythical."- JH

DIFFERENT DRUM (2014)/LUCKY (2014): "This horror short opens with Louisa Torres engaged in studious research when she’s rudely interrupted by Dillon Schueller. Rather than create another monotonous imitation, Lucky pays homage to a genre without succumbing to sloppy fandom."-AE
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