4 December 2012 7:37 PM, PST | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

Director Lulu Jarmen’s “Bad Meat” proves once again why it’s always a bad idea to send teenage delinquents to rehabilitation clinics in the middle of nowhere. If they don’t spend their time hooking up in grungy cabins, they tend to get eviscerated by people with nefarious agendas. I’ve seen it happen time and time again. Of course, Jarmen’s nasty looking horror movie shouldn’t be confused with Scott Dikkers’s bizarre Chevy Chase comedy “Bad Meat.” Trust me when I say you don’t want to confuse the two. Although I haven’t seen Jarmen’s film yet, I’m almost positive it’s better than the other “Bad Meat.” Read the DVD packaging very carefully before purchase. Here’s what the official press release says about the flick: Starring Dave Franco (“21 Jump Street”), Elisabeth Harnois (“Mars Needs Moms”) Jessica Parker-Kennedy (“Decoys”) and Mark Pellegrino »

- Todd Rigney

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