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The curiously titled Bugs: A Trilogy is a horror anthology with the recurring theme of insects. At time of writing this hyper obscure independent crowd funded project has only 33 ratings on IMDB and was released in October.
With no wrap around to speak of it instead has very graphic imagery of insects, and even for a person with no related phobias it doesn't make for the easiest viewing.
The first story was tense and fairly interesting, the second was kinda gross and I didn't see quite what the appeal could possibly be and the third was the worst of all.
I respect indie movies and their filmmakers, but this skin crawling trio simply weren't very entertaining. It wasn't devoid of entertainment after all I didn't mind the first story but from there it was all downhill.
In making my skin crawl and feel generally uncomfortable it certainly succeeded, in providing an enjoyable 60 minutes not so much.
First story was passable
Too much filler
2/3 was just not enjoyable
The music though fitting got old fast
Things I Learnt From This Movie:
Glasses are so yesterday, now people drink from jam jars
Coffee makes the world go round
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