Eat Me: The Musical 2009 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
“Freaking crazy ... a Hell of a tour de force ... teeters on the edge of an abyss leading you straight into the Twilight Zone ... Eat Me sticks its little fingers about everywhere it can to tickle the viewer ... A truly unique experience ... It will delight lovers of cinema’s “other” category, and totally piss off the others.” - Horreur.com (5 1/2 stars)
The 7th Circle of Hell is for those who commit violence against art (grifters, hypocrites and falsifiers, too). They sit on flaming sand ... and drive a church bus across the heartland to a midnight rave where Death awaits, disguised as a cheese sandwich.
Eat Me: The Musical is Tommy meets Dawn of the Dead - the epic odyssey of Peter (AKA John Lonely), the reluctant Rock n’ Roll Messiah of the Great Vulvalution. He drives into the afterlife, goaded on by a talking chicken, seduced by Satan’s Ex-Wives and tested by Scientologists. The highway to hell is littered with challenges: vegan redneck cannibals, homicidal Little Red Riding Hoods and horny zombies in bondage gear, plus the 40 oz Jesus, Jimmy the Buddha Dog and a Star Trek landing party. Fornication conquers all.
Eat Me features performances by The Falsies, metal band Thismeansyou and the ambient soundscapes of Thrum - with walk-on performances by singer/songwriter legend Devon Sproule and Richelle Claibourne of Soul Sledge. The song list includes: Asian Panties, Satan is a Good Lay, We’ve Killed for Less and Are You Sexually Available?
“Fantastic ... a different kind of indie horror ... truly a unique voice in the genre.” - Dead Harvey
* Eat Me: The Musical (84 min)
* Funky Dickenson Music Video
* Blooper Reel
* Bonus Short: Dinner Party of the Damned
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