It has more in common with the latter than the former, being less of a single coherent story and more of an experimental piece of art.
Like Lo, it plays around with genres and tones within a wider framework.
Almost the entire picture unfolds within a single house and is performed by only two actors, Sarah Lassez and Dustin Fasching, although they each get multiple roles and they're not always recognisable under heavy makeup.
Like Lo, it's great fun, but eventually falls short of the masterpiece Betz will surely one day create.
Ambush Bug here with another AICN HORROR: ZOMBIES & SHARKS column.
What an eclectic handful of horror do I have in store for you this week!
Mon avis express: J’ai eu beaucoup de mal à rentrer dans ce film qui relate la jeunesse et les relations sexuelles sans limites.
Most of the time, however, it’s just people with the constant “need” to sing about whatever the hell is going on, the lame plots, the actors/singers who shouldn’t be singing/acting, etc.
I’m not sure if director Travis Betz had folks like me in mind when he sat down to pen The Dead Inside, but it sure felt like it.
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