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An offbeat hilarious comedy with a quirky twist on the vampire tale set in modern day corporate America. Employees of Berm-Tech Industries, Inc. have kept the family secret for a long time. For years it has been business as usual, until the top vampire in charge contracts a dreaded disease, becomes senile forgetting that he s a vampire and starts killing off other vampire colleagues. A human efficiency expert and "Dead Mike's" replacement are invited to work at Berm-Tech but soon they discover that some of their associates are not what they appear to be. Written by
After Pearl sees the staff eating human flesh she calls Otto. Just before the split screen wipes you can see a big blue paw print on the clock on Otto's desk. This is a nod to his previous gig as the original host of the children's show "Blue's Clues". See more »
"Netherbeast" on Par with Jules Feiffer's Classic "Little Murders"
Not since Jules Feiffer's 1971 darkest of the dark satires, "Little Murders," about the hellish life in New York's forgotten netherworld, has a movie succeeded in such a clever, subversive way of sounding a cautionary note about contemporary mores while at the same time succeeding with good, old-fashioned belly laughs that inexplicably cannot be suppressed (no matter how guilty the viewer feels). From the shrewd, finely honed retro title sequence right out of the original "Pink Panther," to a cast that seamlessly melds well-known with should-be-known actors who underplay to the hilt, this film will assuredly achieve cult status for the upcoming Ronalds brothers & Co. Coen brothers watch out. You've got some real competition here.
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