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I must admit, I've only seen the "Dead Chick in the Closet"-segment, although the extended version. It was definitely okay low-budget horror comedy. But furthermore it once again showed the potential of the Branbomm boys.
Their most recent full length feature, "Dead on arrival", was a huge step forward for the crew. With this one they play over many genres and I sense flashes of Pulp Fiction's gruesome-death-turn-into-practical-problem. Also i get some Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas vibes from some of the costumes and shots.
They do lack the final touch, and I think they could've gotten even more out of this - but it's all in their grasp and I'll be curious to see what they deliver next.
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