From Putrid Reviews:

March 04, 2009 

W (Pink and Blue Films)
Review By Claytron


W is by far the best adaptation on film chronicling the corrupt presidency of George W. Bush. Strangely bizarre and extremely psychedelic, this movie presents itself like a beautifully artistic acid trip gone wrong while a TV is stuck on The Fox News Channel. Starting in the middle of the Arizona desert, a meteor falls from outer space. It turns out to be housing W, the psychotic son of a former president and now Texas oil tycoon. With the help of his brother Jeb Head (which is an actual floating head), he steals the election by stomping out the Blues and crushing freedom and free thought. Suddenly, as terrorists attack, now W has to decide on how to save the oil and which of his buddies to attack (the terrorists he used to support or his buddy Saddam), while dealing with the liberals and their spokesman, BlueMahler (played by Alfred Eaker, who also played W, the Senator, Patriotic Ape, Stigmatic Frog, Dr. Flotsam, Rev. Phelps, The Foxxx Newsman AND wrote, directed and produced the film!!)

Stylistic on approach and with a nice hint of indy flair, I would say that this film is a must see for Troma fans or fans of very subversive independent cinema. Not yet released on DVD, I was very happy that my friends over at Pink and Blue films sent me a screener because this is one of the few movies that I've been highly anticipating release this year. A must see for stoners, political activists and indy cinema enthusiasts, I would strongly suggest that you check this one out when you get the chance! This is the REAL W movie that Oliver Stone didn't have the balls to even imagine of creating. 


*** "W the Movie" will be showing at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival on Friday, March 20 at 10:00 pm at the Village East Cinema.










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