The Butcher Brothers. The Brothers Strause. McG... Is there a filmmaker(s) out there with a pretentious name that can actually make a decent movie? I'll give the Butcher Brothers credit for The Hamiltons, which was decent, but other than that, the answer is no. You shouldn't be able to make up a nickname or special moniker for yourself, until you've, oh I don't know, earned the right?
The Violent Kind opens with a clothed sex scene and a drug deal gone wrong, and an avant-garde credits sequence. Woo!
It's really about group of bikers that couldn't make the SAMCRO cut if their lives depended on it, and their crazy adventures at a birthday party. They walk around, talk, stare at girls, and mean mug for about 20 minutes, until Tiffany Shepis gets possessed by... aliens (I think) and tries to kill a guy for fingering her. She also climbs on the ceiling, and acts all possessed. Up to this point, the movie isn't all that bad (though dull), but don't worry, the Butcher Brothers have an ace up their sleeve: ghostly greasers.
There's a good flick here somewhere, but it's buried underneath so much quirky and lame shit that it ceases to matter at about the halfway point. There are some things about this movie that are interesting, though they never full amount to much. Here they are:
|The chicks, man. This movie had some pretty hot chicks.|
|Tiffany Shepis. It's always fun to watch her act slutty.|
|This Scene. I was like, "WTF?!?"|
|The possession stuff was mildly interesting, until we realized it was all a ruse.|
|That sky. It was pretty bad ass.|
|This shit, whatever it was, was kinda cool looking.|
Tiffany Shepis is a vision of loveliness.