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Swamphead reviewmageddon!!

Posted in Films, News on November 16, 2011 by Rabid Child Films

Ian Simmons from Kicking the Seat (kickseat.com) didn’t enjoy the SWAMPHEAD.  Hear about how the film ruined his morning.

Quote:

…(Drover and Propp) seem gleeful in giving the middle finger to political correctness–that crazy social evil that prevents us from calling people “retards” or building “funny” scenes around wiping chunks of red-brown feces out of a troubled young man’s ass crack (with attendant fart sounds, of course). Sometimes, I can let stuff like this go, but there’s so much of this humor in Swamphead that it crosses the bounds of off-color, good-natured ribbing into blatant antagonism.

In its overtly raunchy characters, juvenile and disgusting scenarios, and free-form structure, Swamphead is to 1980s horror nostalgia what talk of tie-dyed shirts is to discussions of 1960s politics–a surface-level analysis that has nothing to do with the truth.

…a well-made but utterly unwatchable exploitation throwback

Read on, but of course pick up a copy of the limited edition VHS and decide for yourself!

Buy Swamphead HERE!

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Dead Weight Trailer #2 (2012)

Posted in Films, News on November 7, 2011 by Rabid Child Films

Dead Weight Trailer #1 (2012)

Posted in Films, News on November 7, 2011 by Rabid Child Films

Starting today I am beginning post color work on John Pata and Adam Bartlet’s great road film DEAD WEIGHT.  Here’s a trailer to wet your appetites.

Swamphead video review #2

Posted in Films, News on October 31, 2011 by Rabid Child Films

Some Swamphead Reviews

Posted in Films, News on October 30, 2011 by Rabid Child Films

Here are a few reviews that have popped up in blogs around the net. So far, people are LOVING the SWAMPHEAD.

Celluloid Terror  QUOTES:

“A movie with such a title makes you think of what I can only describe as “silly shit”. And sometimes that is all we want, shit that is silly. This movie doesn’t hold back. It has offensive characters, questionable dialogue, hilarious one liners, nauseating effects and morally reprehensible content….This would be a long standing cult classic if it was made by Troma in the mid 80s.”

Full Review HERE

Manda’s Horror Movie Review QUOTES:

“I started watching and didn’t expect to end up watching it all but I did and laughed my ass off the entire way!”

Full Review HERE

Screaming in High Heels Q&A with Derrick Carey OHFF 2011

Posted in Films, Uncategorized on October 28, 2011 by Rabid Child Films

Screaming in High Heels Video Review #2

Posted in Films, Uncategorized on October 28, 2011 by Rabid Child Films