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||IMDB Rating: 5.5/10 from votes
||Release: 29 September 2015 (USA) /
||Stars: A.J. Nada, Brian Carr, Brutus Carr, David C. Hayes, Dean Nesland, Josiah Spargo, Lloyd Kaufman, Paul C. Hemmes, Ramon Castillo, Randy Robinson, Sam Meier, Scarlet Fry, Stephen Kessen, Tara Carlton, Tracy Ellegard
||Synopsis: After the Ebola outbreak wipes out the Earth's Entire Population, Dr. Fry and Dr. Headly Graves Bring you Scream Machine the only form of entertainment left on Earth. As a gift to Dr fry From his long lost Friend Lloyd Kaufman comes 5 Twisted tales Sledgehammer, Cannibal Pen pals, April Fool's Party, Septic Shock and The Deadly Indie Drive in Each one featuring the three M's of Horror, Madness, Murder and Mayhem which are guaranteed to make you faint, puke and quite possibly soil your pants Written by Scarlet Fry
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There is a cool intro featuring indie SOV icon, Lloyd Kaufman, which is
carried into the beginning narrative set-up by Dr. Fry.The story we are
giving is a bit over complicating to the host segment, not in
complexity as much as it is unnecessary. The horror hosts are engaging,
the back-n-forth is amusing and the atmosphere is set. All the extra
info and back story stuff just bogs down the piece. The segment does
hold the anthology together and leads us comfortably into each of the
twisted tales. I love horror hosted series and it is nice to see Fry
back on the scene.
The first short which really sets the attitude and perspective of
Ruether's film is " Sledgehammer". The short follows a pitcher and
catcher being scouted, a grotesque mishap then leads into classic
horror finality. "Sledgehammer" is a revenge piece that holds to the
normal premise for anthology shorts. You know, the whole wrongs are
righted based on the principles of revenge. Now the story begins simple
enough, the story makes sense enough if you take them at face value. I
didn't really by those to characters as they were presented to me as
athletes or rising stars in the game. It doesn't stop the story dead
and the arc holds from beginning to end. The cool, bit about
"Sledgehammer" is the finale with the masked killer, more gore and that
bit of dark humor.
Up next we have "Cannibal Pen Pals". This short was set in the 90's and
a twisted love letter to Dahmer. It is an odd choice not just for the
subject matter but for the character set up. Separate both parts of
this story, the husband on the down low, and the obsessed Dahmer, are
plausible, acceptable premises, I just personally found it
contradictory when combined in a single character.Still, it is a
completed, nicely directed piece that is twisted enough that some
macabre amusement can be found. I didn't care for the ending, but it is
interesting when writers chose to break with acceptable norms and let
the evil win in the end without retribution. It is hard to make it work
in a way that is satisfying.
The third horror short, " April's Fool Party" is a fun, totally wrong
short filled with geeked-up dope fiends, and a cracked out dealer.
Right up my alley, I am a sucker for drug fueled mayhem. The look and
feel is a bit more reductive in quality compared, but strangely enough
it is the best thus far in the line-up. The middle section with the
April Fool's trick is dark, modern horror with evil delinquents run a
muck. I liked this one right up to the uneventful ending. There was so
much publish build up to what should have been a thrilling, twisted
ending. Unfortunately it just ends with a shrugged "oh well" attitude.
Plus like the second there is no real morality of action and
consequence that usually ends these situations.
"Septic Shock" follows up "April Fool's Party" and tests the gag
reflex. Hateful spouse, an affair , and easy access to the septic take
does not bode well for one man. The way this short is directed and
filmed is great in pushing the viewer into believing the premise.
Obscure angles, shadows, special effects and sound all create the gross
atmosphere. Anything with fecal matter grosses me out anyway, so this
one did an effective job at reaching its intended objective and is a
touch back to earlier Ruether stuff found in his previous anthologies.
The final horror short is titled "Deadly Indie Drive-in". It like the
first falls back to the classic horror short set-up. A drive-in date, a
lady off her meds and delusional make fore some classic low budget
gruesomeness. The story is well written, it is twisted and satirical. A
strong short to finish the series on. The special effects moment that
centers everything in this one is a bit cheap and takes from the piece
a bit but overall it is the second strongest, and goriest in " Scream
Machine" and everything around this scene in question is done right, so
it is a fun, entertaining twisted tale that I enjoyed.
Overall "Scream Machine" is by far the best of Walter Ruether, and
gives good SOV . The jewel of the anthology is of course the horror
segments that hold the series together. Fun, entertaining moments that
take me back to early horror hosts. I never got the connection between
the anthology's title and the hosting set-up but I like the title, I
like the theme song so I am cool with that. The stand out shorts for me
personally are "Septic Shock"and " Deadly Indie Drive- in". The film
has moments that hit and moments that miss. Same rings true with the
practical effects. The soundtrack and effects are total energy and vibe
well in "Scream Machine". Just know that this is low budget home grown
horror when you set down to watch it. It is not an anthology that will
please everyone and haters will hate. I personally enjoyed it, and
appreciate it for what it is, a real indie, home grown horrorfest that
gets the relationship between the twisted minds and the funny bone.
Tags for Scream Machine Full Movie
, Brian Carr
, Brutus Carr
, David C. Hayes
, Dean Nesland
, Josiah Spargo
, Lloyd Kaufman
, Paul C. Hemmes
, Ramon Castillo
, Randy Robinson
, Sam Meier
, Scarlet Fry
, Stephen Kessen
, Tara Carlton
, Tracy Ellegard
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