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Wednesday nights are our B-Movie horror night with our friends, so we screened:
Evan’s Impressions: Oh, The Stuff, where do I start? This isn’t a good movie, but does it need to be? It’s like Invasion of the Body Snatchers meets the Blob meets a zombie movie meets a commentary on…
Oh, The Stuff It’s like Invasion of the Body Snatchers meets the Blob meets a zombie movie meets a commentary on consumerism meets paranoia about mind controlling fluoride in the drinking water. Which sounds like it should be really good, and some of the ideas are, but the overall movie fails to live up to the potential social commentary or the potential terror. The plot is inconsistent, jumping around from scene to scene without fulling explaining the hows and whys. It’s a case of doing to much and ending up with too little. But even with that said, overall this is a unique movie that is worth watching for any fan of B movies.
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