Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Fantastic Fest 2022: 'All Jacked Up And Full Of Worms' Movie Review

all jacked up and full of worms
A title like All Jacked Up and Full of Worms evokes certain images and anarchic feelings. But I’m here to say that Alex Phillips’ movie by that very accurate name involves all that the moniker promises and so, so much more. Sex, drugs, cannibal Juggalos, an erotic love hotel, sex dolls, disemboweling, and, of course, hallucinatory worms. Among much other lunacy. What else can one hope for from a single 72-minute motion picture?

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Certainly not for everyone, especially the feint-of-heart, but if you’re into trashy avant-garde experimentation in your movies, you might want to seek this out when it drops later this year. Definitely best experienced with an audience, preferably a rowdy one, this is lo-fi, off-the-wall sensory mayhem of the highest order. [Grade: B+]


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