I have to say that this review I am about to write and share is something a bit different for the blog and from the Angry Hippie. But as I have a total love for all independent art projects, and have been talking of a new model needing to replace the defunct, corporate studio-sucking, mind-numbing, creatively challenged model that Hollywood is currently working off of; it totally fits. And friends, let me tell you, the imaginative genius’ behind this punk rock film-making project are blazing that trail towards a rewarding return to true entertainment experiences for the future.
In this world of formulaic premise films, where studios’ lack of imaginative ingenuity restricts those with true vision and passion from being able to produce quality content that speaks to their audience, because the studio heads believe ‘there is no audience’ for projects of this nature; The Devil’s Carnival would never have seen the light of day. And had it not been for the determined, and oft impulsive tendencies, of the impassioned director, Darren Lynn Bousman (of Repo and 11/11/11), and Terrance Zdunich (of Repo and The Molting), the incredible writer and god among scribes, both taking charge and leading the way, it never would have. Where would it all end up leading? To a glorious movie-going experience unlike any other…(rest continues on the blog)