Red State


Kevin Smith's hellfire horror

Three Texan inbetweeners about to embark on cinema’s least appealing foursome wake up caged in the church of ultra-right-wing pastor Michael Parks. Problem is: he’s a preacher of the machine-gun variety...

Writer/director Kevin Smith self-financed this bloody satire, and though it doesn’t hold back on the hellfire, sweet lord, it’s talky.

Things don’t really kick off until John Goodman’s Feds create a Waco-style siege, and it’s bullets, rather than religious invective, that’s flying. More than two hours of Smith-centric extras include a decent Making Of.

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    • Nashnash

      Jan 23rd 2012, 17:26

      I haven't seen the Blu-Ray but the film is much better than two stars and if the Blu-Ray has that much in the way of extra features then surely that can't be held responsible for such a shoddy rating. In short, I disagree.

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