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Lenny Freeman is a straight-laced old-school accountant with a dream; to become a famous stand-up comedian. The problem is he's not very funny. Not even close. When his mother dies, leaving... See full summary »
A genre-defying mixture of horror, sci-fi, myth, mystery and thrills told as four interlocking tales in one intelligent anthology. Ghosts, spirits, creatures, demons and more from the paranormal world collide with rational curiosity.
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I had the pleasure of watching this film at the palm noir festival after winning tickets in my local jamboree tombola, second prize was a set of wedge wood dinner plates, wow I'm so glad i didn't win the plates. From the opening scene i was enthralled as only a man under the spell of enthrallment could be, all through the film i was totally locked upon the protagonist of the movie Andy Goldenberg and his mates who go in search of the legendary big footed footman, who apparently only has one foot that's big, otherwise he would be called Bigfeet. So on to the story, camera in hand they set off to find the elusive beast in Georgia, as that's a good enough place as any i suppose, this Georgia is the one in America not the one near Turkey, that sorted out we carry on with the cast, the building of the characters is slow but this gives you time to feel how passionate they are about finding the beast, the shaky direction by the director really gives you the feeling you are there, Jamie Kerrigan and Moose Simmon give an brave attempt at acting but sometime its hard to know which are the trees and which are the actors, the other actors in this film do serve a purpose but I'm not to sure what it is, overall i left the cinema still wondering if part 2 will be the search for the Unicorn, if you only see one movie this year then you should get a girlfriend and watch this flick
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