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All About Evil (2010)

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A mousy librarian inherits her father's beloved but failing old movie house. In order to save the family business she discovers her inner serial killer - and a legion of rabid gore fans - ... See full summary »






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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Mr. Twigs
Mikayla Rosario ... Little Debbie
... Walter Tennis
... Tammy Tennis
... Evelyn
... Deborah Tennis
... Steven
... Linda
... Peaches Christ (as Peaches Christ)
... Veronica
... Judy
... Lolita
Anthony Fitzgerald ... Gene
Lyndsy Kail ... Claire
... Janeane


A mousy librarian inherits her father's beloved but failing old movie house. In order to save the family business she discovers her inner serial killer - and a legion of rabid gore fans - when she starts turning out a series of grisly shorts. What her fans don't realize yet is that the murders in the movies are all too real. Written by Anonymous

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Steven has a Moonbathing poster over his bed featuring the character Elvira. Elvira was played by Cassandra Peterson, who plays his mother in this movie. See more »

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The posters of Deb's short films are shown during the credits. See more »


References Island of the Doomed (1967) See more »

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If you only see one spooktacular extravaganza this year, it should be this spooktacular extravaganza...
9 September 2010 | by See all my reviews

Low-budget, independent horror movies are often either so horribly acted as to become unwatchable, or so financially restricted that their silly effects prevent the movie from being taken seriously... but All About Evil suffers from none of that. The production values really shine throughout, and with such a surprisingly strong cast, there's never any bad line-reads that take you out of the scene or anything of that sort.

Long-time Elvira fans may find themselves pleasantly surprised and impressed by Cassandra's Peterson's ability to change tones and actually play a "straight" character role for a change, but she makes the transition look easy. Vera and Veva, the evil twins, were even more surprising. They're genuinely creepy throughout, in a sort of slasher-Wednesday Addams way, but most of their other work seems to be stuff like this:


Those "Brit twins" were not exactly an obvious choice for this sort of role by any means, but the result speaks for itself.

Ultimately, what I think I was most impressed with was the tasteful handling of wink/nod distribution concerning all the little genre references sprinkled throughout.

The logo's font is a derivative of the Evil Dead font for example:


While not everything is quite as subtle as all that, you get the idea. Considering that such subtlety usually seemsout of reach to horror-comedies (and, come to think of it, drag queens too for that matter...) this reserved sort of homage-handling was one of the most surprising and appreciated aspects for me.

I don't think enough good things can be said about Joshua Grannell's first attempt at direction here. I left this thinking that it's pretty much exactly the sort of thing that any genre-respecting filmmaker trying for a horror-comedy should aim for, and that's certainly not a bad standard to set with your first try at making a film.

As I recall, there was only one small technical detail that bothered me with this movie. There were a couple of times (one of which I remember was in the very beginning when Deborah's mother comes by) when the hand-held camera shot was uncomfortably wobbly to me. That only happens about two or three times as I recall, but it just always bothers me when tiny things like that pull my attention away from a story that I'm really enjoying otherwise.

I can't wait to hear more about Grannell's possible upcoming new project that may be in the works. In the meantime, if the All About Evil spooktacular extravaganza comes through your area, be sure not to miss out.


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