SKELETON CREW ENTERTAINEMNT
teams up with 286 PRODUCTIONS
to bring more Horror to the small screen.
review by AARON ALLEN
I've seen enough no-budget, backyard movies to know that 90% of them horrible garbage made by people who think they can make a movie just because they have a camera. So why do I keep watching them? Because sometimes a movie like Mulch will come along -- a gory, funny, and genuinely well-made movie that just blows me away.
Mulch, which has its World Premiere at Shock Stock on April 12, 2013, is a riff/spoof on the old familiar Texas Chainsaw Massacre tale of backwoods killer rednecks, but this time with a hilariously vegetarian twist. In Mulch, a young man named Lance (Joel Corriveau) is suffering from repressed memories relating to the violent death of his parents and then the traumatic murders of his friends. Dr. Darnell (Darren Toderick), his doctor and the world's most irresponsible psychiatrist, decides to force Lance to confront his fears by returning to the rural scene of his friends' deaths. Along for the ride on this ill-advised field trip are two other of the doctor's patients, a whimpering agoraphobic (Justin Peeler) and a busty paranoid narcissist (Lindsey Queen). But waiting for them, in the woods, are a trio of backwoods psychopaths with a gruesome passion for gardening. And these twisted green thumbs traffic in a fertilizer that's decidedly more red. Part gross-out comedy, part exploitation gorefest, Mulch is chockablock with disgustingly over the top blood, guts, boobs, and dark comedy.
"HORROR IN THE HAMMER" reviews MULCH, and they dig it!
MULCH goes LIVE October 4th via YOUTUBE
That's right! Just in time for Halloween.
Come october 4th you can see Mulch on youtube. Just type MULCH (2014) into the search engine on youtube and enjoy. Please note: MULCH is vulgar & extremley graphic and therefor may not be suitable for children under 17