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Written by 'Perry Monroe'
Lyrical Calibration Mike Pasqualini and Asbestos Felt,
All Instrumentation and Lead vocals Performed by Perry Monroe,
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This movie is one of my all-time favourites. Why? Well, I could talk about the amazing score, the expressive lighting, the minimalist set design, or the great gore effects, but really, it all comes down to one man.
That man is Asbestos Felt.
His performance in this film is the most rage-fueled I have ever seen in a movie - it approximates a literal translation of the very word "anger". His screen presence is so magnetic, you can't stop watching it - and whenever he's not on screen, the movie drags. He's that good.
Apart from Mr. Felt, there is still a lot to recommend for the Spree. The gore effects, though they do vary in quality, are great in places. The cinematography approaches expressionism at times - witness the scene in which Mr. Felt goes down to the beach and randomly beats people up, so extreme is his rage. Also, the plot twist about 20 minutes from the end will totally fry your brain. "Boo!" indeed. There's also the scene that explains the complete life history of "Stewmaster", who never appears again in the movie. It's a truly life-changing experience, watching this.
I am passionate about this movie.
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