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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa6fe8474) out of 5 stars 23 reviews
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa6e8bf24) out of 5 stars The best B horror movie I have ever seen Dec 11 2010
By SeekUp Grasshopper - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Lately I have been surprised by how good some B horror flicks I have seen (Death Factory comes to mind). But All About Evil blows them away- is just fantastic! The story is so unique, the acting is actually really terrific, and it has an artistic overall feel. There is nothing too predictable, and not much that makes you go "OMG Don't go in there! Gah why do they do this in these movies, you know noone would in real life!" (that can get irritating, like in Friday the 13th flicks and such). We watched ALL of the extras and those were just as fun to watch. Peaches Christ is one heck of a visionary, and we really look forward to his next film. Next time around, if we are so lucky to have a premier showing in our neck of the woods again (there was one in Baltimore that we regret missing) we will definitely not miss it. Too much artistic talent and fun from Peaches and his crew. LOVED IT!!!
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa6e8bf78) out of 5 stars Entertaining from begining to end March 17 2011
By C. Keep - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Best B movie of 2010! Campy gore-fest at its best. The acting was a bit better than your usual B flick, the senseless killing was perfect and humorous. Seeing Natasha Lyonne and Cassandra Peterson after such a long time was thrilling. Peaches Christ was hilarious and is now one of my new favorite drag queens. I've watched this movie repeatedly with friends and they just love it love it love it. I hope they make more movies with the same cast or even a sequel to this one.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa6e8c270) out of 5 stars Totally Evil...In A Very Good Way! Feb. 15 2011
By Ben Wasden - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
A lot of people have been complaining for quite a while about the lack of new original movies. All of those people need to check out All About Evil ASAP. It is a new horror movie, and it is one of a kind and 100% original. It is also very clever, funny, bloody, and well-acted. It's one of the best movies I've seen in the last year. And just look at that cast! Natasha Lyonne stars and gives an unhinged performance that would be nominated for an Oscar, if the Oscars didn't suck. Then there's old pros Mink Stole and Cassandra Peterson (aka Elvira), who both actually have a decent amount of screen time. Noah Segan is hilarious as a psychotic bum. And Thomas Dekker gives a good performance as our hero. And he is so cute and definitely marriage material! See All About Evil! It is a brilliant independent horror film that is totally evil...in a very good way!!
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa6e8c78c) out of 5 stars This movie is a RIOT! March 5 2011
By Emmett Glenn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
But you have to be into this sort of thing. It's not Stephen Spielberg; it's not touchy-feely; it's not subtle; and it's not dark and mysterious.

What it is, though, is a wild, tongue-in-cheek, faaaaabulous homage to those really, really bad slasher movies that somehow get financing and a distribution deal. The whole thing plays like an inside joke, only you're in on it. If the movie strikes you at first as awful, realize that the awfulness is on purpose. If it seems way over the top and, frankly, totally unbelievable, even for a horror movie, keep in mind that the movie-makers intended it to be that way.

I knew absolutely nothing about this movie or the people who made it, but I learned that the woman who plays the "Elvira" character was in it. Cassandra Peterson has starred in a couple of spoofy comedy movies as "Elvira" and I enjoyed their campy-ness, as well as Ms. Peterson's adorable, stand-out personality and talent as a comedic actress.

In this movie, Ms. Peterson plays a concerned mother of a teenage boy. The "Elvira" costume, wig, and makeup are gone. She plays the role straight--i.e., no buffoonery or hamming it up. And even though she isn't using comedy to "act," her skills as a dramatic actress shine and are just as fascinating to watch. She isn't given a lot of screen time, but that's okay because her brief appearance lends a spark of credibility to the motion picture.

It's also deliciously ironic that Ms. Peterson does not appear in "drag" as Elvira because there is so much drag in the rest of the movie. The man who directed the film also stars in it as a female -- a big, overly exaggerated version of a female, to be precise. And there are plenty of other eye-popping, alternative characters to prompt the casual viewer to wonder, "What the heck am I looking at?" Yet, despite how some of these aspects in other movies might turn off some viewers, this film manages to stay just this side of the line of not too bizarre for mainstream audiences.

The EXTRAS on the DVD explain everything -- who the director is, how he brought the film to fruition, and how he (Joshua Grannell) as a she (Peaches Christ) obtained such a huge cult following by appearing in movie theaters to host showings of really, really bad horror films.

The quality of the DVD audio and video is excellent. Presented in 1.78 widescreen. Color/Stereo. 98 mins.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa6e8c054) out of 5 stars Fantastic Feb. 1 2011
By Cheslover - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I was fortunate enough to see this movie in a soldout theater during its cross country tour. It was a very mixed audience with younger and older people. Everyone loved it! It had people laughing at some scenes and gasping during others. The acting is truly wonderful, Natasha Lyonne in particular is superb. Her transformation is brilliant. There really is not a weak link in the cast. I have never been much of a fan of the horror genre, but this film transcends that label and tells a good story in a dark and funny way. I could hardly wait for the video and have loved watching all the extras. It will be fun to see what Mr. Grannell comes up with for his next project.


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