Just some dude from Hawaii who loves film
My ratings are based on enjoyment
The gals from Kittie bring back most of their ex members for a show that spans their entire career and showcases different line-ups. I wish more bands would do this because this is such a fun idea. The presentation is decent. A few cameras set up and the lighting is typical music venue stuff. One of my big takeaways from this is how great of a guitarist Tara McLeod is.
I caught a screening of this with Danzig himself in the house to introduce the movie. And uh… it’s something. If you’ve seen Verotika it has the same weird, awkward tone, which is sort of good because it means that Danzig has his own cinematic voice for better or worse. If he keeps it up, he could be the second coming of Jess Franco. However if you’ve never seen Verotika and compare this to, well, pretty much any other film ever made… I have no words.
Meandering small-town crime flick that makes up for a weak narrative with mood and atmosphere. There are quite a few people in this who have little to no acting experience and it kinda shows; on one hand it brings some authenticity and charm to the table, but on the other hand it doesn’t do any favors to the overall amateurish quality of the film. The whole thing just left me wanting. My favorite thing about it by far is Lionel Cohen’s electronic score.