This is for that young movie producer sitting at his desk, searching the internet for the next great movie idea. Now, it may seem tempting to visit one of the many fan sites based off the latest Grand Theft Auto or Everquest video games and write a script from that product. Heed this warning. The film will likely suck. On paper, it looks like a great idea, and you will have an audience. Keep it mind, however, this audience never leaves their houses and the last time I checked, The Sims have yet to create the "Going to the Movies" expansion.
After inheriting a mansion from her dead father, Nami decides it would make an excellent location for her latest video game. Unfortunately, this house comes with its own ghoulish secrets. It seems her deceased father was a world renowned Gothic artist. He loved puppies, rainbows, and storing the dead bodies of missing children in his house. It also appears that Nami had a twin brother. He's quite upset that their father died before finishing his latest masterpiece. How upset, you ask? Well, upset enough to drive knives into his eyes as Nami finishes the piece while the building burns down around her. In other words, he was pissed.
The film is shot primary with handheld video recorders and security cameras. Therefore, through the majority of the film, the viewer is left with a feeling of motion sickness as they try to absorb the dialogue. It looks like on giant acid trip, complete with popped colors and various dialogue screens fans of role playing games will appreciate. Anyone else will wonder why this film exists, and for good reason. The actors are nothing spectacular and the dark hallways and mysterious bodies were scary… in 1948. Give me something new now.
The film borrows from so many films that it could easily turn into one of those DVD movie games. Still, it retains some promise, but is so poorly executed that most viewers will turn from it.
Your Translated Moment of Insanity:Give me a gum. Gum! What's the matter? Were you born in a barn?
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A Stevehenish Tagline:Artists are completely insane all over the world.
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