The plot may lose steam, but the driving force of A SERIAL KILLER'S GUIDE TO LIFE is that of its two fantastic leads Katie Brayben and Poppy Roe.
REVISITING THE CUTTING EDGE OF BLACK COMEDY IN “TO MY GREAT CHAGRIN: THE UNBELIEVABLE STORY OF BROTHER THEODORE” (2008)
A documentary about the darkest stand-up comic ever!
This zero-budget zombie flick is funnier, smarter and more artful than its opening moments might lead you to believe.
For those that appreciate the works of the ol’ illusionist, DIRECTOR’S CUT should be a no-brainer, for everyone else, just understand that the scares (or lack thereof) take the furthest backseat to the humour.
Straight out of Nancy Reagan's "Just Say No" anti-drug era in the '80s, Frank Henenlotter penned his own take on the sobriety situation: a neon-coloured, goopy little horror-comedy called BRAIN DAMAGE.