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Dan Stewart is a simple guy who finds himself caught up in a very strange situation when his sister is murdered. Soon, more people are being killed by mysterious assailants that turn out to be three diminutive mutations, the creations of a vengeful mad scientist hell bent on destroying the human race. It's a race to stop her as Dan and two world-weary detectives face off against the littlest threats to humanity the world has ever known...THE SLIMOIDS.Written by
Melting Man Films
Director Sebastien Godin brings us the imaginative monster movie Slimoids. How fun is this movie. Brings back the good ole days of mad scientists bent on destroying the world with there creatures. Remember Gremlins, Ghoulies, Critters how fun they were. This time its three lil monsters with big appetites and ready to kill.
A mad scientist (Mairead Traxler) who is voiced by scream queen legend Brinke Stevens, has the lil monsters take care of her deadly dreads of destroying mankind. A string of murders by her lil creatures are causing concern. Hot on her trail is 2 detectives (Chris Mathias and Steve Walls) that are trying to stop the carnage before its to late. These guys are fun to watch but I wouldn't really want them on my case. Bottles and shot glasses are everywhere and alcohol helps them get through the day.
Meanwhile Dan Stewart (Ethan Cliford) trying to find out what happened to his sister (Stevie Lyons). Dan sister was brutally Murdered by these mini assassins. So with these 2 subplots going on and the whose who in indy film making provided by very fun cameos you have yourself a very enjoyable sci fi monster movie. Filled with slime, creatures and splatter.
Seb is a genius and put together a movie that plays homage to the 80's. His joyful approach to this movie helps from a fun script and great performers. Everyone was a joy to watch and there facial expression and delivery of there lines was a treat. The imaginative choice of style of filming angles and lighting brought so much more to the project. I couldn't imagine anyone else with the budget you had to pull this off so successfully. I had so much fun watching I played again while reviewing to hear the commentary. It was just that good. It has a running time that fits it well and never a dull moment. Sound, picture and story are up on par with a Hollywood production that would cost so much more and wouldn't have had the pleasure as I did watching this.
Seb has a bright future in Film making and goes above and beyond to get a movie done. I can only anticipate what is next with joy. What I respect he does what he wants and pulls it off with such ease.
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