Imagine being on set with your favorite movie director, and being able to document the process for posterity purposes, and just for fun! You would get to see a glimpse of movie magic and how things come together. You could see actors get into character, the film crew setting up for all the important shots, and the director freaking out because no one takes things as serious as he does. But what if things got a little too serious. What if something which should be enjoyable and rewarding turned deadly! What would you do as the documentarian… would you get involved or walk away?
Every now and then, especially during election years, certain topics come to light, such as, separation of church and state, immigration, racism and abortion. While the endless blah blah blahing from either side is enough to make my ears bleed, I thought it was time to get a different perspective.. So that got me thinking, hmm, how would forces of evil deal with these social issues? They already have a lot of issues with separation of church and state because they’re always getting exorcised or banished, immigration and racism are not new to them either, with civilians always scolding them, “not in my neighborhood”. That leaves abortion. So imagine my delight when I saw this movie sitting on the video rental shelf!
Tony tells the story of an unemployed, antisocial loner with exquisite taste in 80’s action flicks, which oddly enough, sounds like the target demographic for this website. He spends his days trying to strike up conversation with strangers on the street that don’t have any interest in reciprocating that conversation – and why would they? He seems to be able to hold a conversation with himself that’s a lot more interesting than anything those strangers could possibly come up with. While on the outside, he seems oblivious to the world around him, inside there’s something much more sinister than you would ever suspect.
Over the last 2 years at Internal Bleeding we have tackled a lot of strange movies, both with sick and twisted stories, and those with questionable moral values… or at least we thought! Deadgirl makes those movies look like the Disney Sunday Movie in comparison. To give away the plot of the story in the opening paragraph not only ruins the dark and disturbing premise of the film but also tests the moral fiber of this website for describing something that not everyone in this world is prepared to read. I’m sure you think that we are just over-reacting and hyping up the storyline too much, but trust us, it’s not for the faint of heart!