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Great for what it was, but had the potential to be so much more
First, this movie is an expiremental, incoherent, silly, and very very yucky body horror fantasy film. The acting is mostly very cartoonish and silly. Some of the acting was great, but mostly just cartoonish. The graphics are great and all over the place. You have a lot of practical effect, cgi, animation. This movie is super gross. It feels like an adult swim horror film with Cronenber-like effects.
Okay, all that being said, this movie felt like it could be way more than it was. It didn't really take itself seriously at all. It could have taken itself very seriously and had been a great film. There are very beautiful scenes. Especially the little guy with the triangle head that goes into the forest. The serious tones could have worked, and if it wasn't so goofy it could have been a great film. Like, the Tim Heidecker scenes really take you out of world and into a typically Tim and eric skit. He's a terrible actor. Also, the goofieness really takes away from the disturbing quality. The gore and the slime is so grotesque but are just ruined by those dumb moments. It's a shame. Hopefully Flying Lotus gives another go at directing, and I really would love to see him try and make a serious film. I must say it was cool to see David Firth write a full length. If only this film had been more even. If you want a weird fun watch, give it a shot. That's about it though.
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