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Pieter Van Hees
Kristine Van Pellicom
"Little Red Riding Hood" set in an urban jungle in the not-too-distant future. It's Christmas time, and Earth is God's Gameboy. Little Red puts on provocative clothing and heads for a night on the town. Her dad, after yelling at her, dons his Santa suit and leaves for work. Turns out he's a cat burglar. While he's in a fancy flat putting swag in his bag, he's surprised by the lady of the house. Meanwhile, Little Red, who has stopped to buy reefer, is accosted by Wolfgang, an aggressive and cannibalistic cop. After dining, he heads for home, where a surprise awaits. Written by
The problem with this movie is that it isn't funny, it isn't scary, it isn't dramatic, it isn't intriguing, it isn't stimulating, it isn't, it isn't exciting, it isn't even the slightest bit interesting. I saw this film recently on tape and I was glad I didn't spent any money to rent it. It's basically a poor attempt at film-making. I won't even bother to tell you the story. Story? What story?
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