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Bad Milo! 2013 R CC

3.8 out of 5 stars (47) IMDb 5.7/10

Duncan's (Ken Marino) mounting stress starts to trigger an insufferable gastrointestinal reaction. Out of ideas and at the end of his rope, Duncan seeks the help of a hypnotherapist, who helps him discover the root of his unusual stomach pain: a pint-sized demon living in his intestine that, when triggered by excessive anxiety, forces its way out and slaughters the people have caused Duncan stress.

Starring:
Ken Marino, Gillian Jacobs
Runtime:
1 hour, 24 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Comedy, Horror
Director Jacob Vaughan
Starring Ken Marino, Gillian Jacobs
Supporting actors Mary Kay Place, Claudia Choi, Toby Huss, Patrick Warburton, Erik Charles Nielsen, Peter Stormare, Kumail Nanjiani, Steve Zissis, Jake Broder, Jonathan Daniel Brown, Nick Jaine, Dee Baldus, Diana Toshiko, Tisha French, Stephen Root, Sergio Enrique, Holly Kaplan, Wayne Hellstrom
Studio Magnolia Pictures
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By Mark Eremite VINE VOICE on September 4, 2013
Format: Amazon Video
BAD MILO is a comedy-horror film about a monster that lives in a guy's butt.

I'll let that settle in for a bit.

Okay. By now you should've already decided if you want to see this film. If you are even remotely interested in butt monsters, then you will enjoy this film.

If you're on the fence about butt monsters, you should start being honest with yourself and admitting this is not really something you can be on the fence about, and you are probably just deluding yourself out of shame. That's alright. Trust me. It's perfectly natural to feel a little shame. We're talking about the entertainment value of butt monsters.

And therein lies the beauty of this film. The fundamental criteria for the worth of a film lies on whether or not it achieves its goals. Depending on how a film presents itself, on the power of its basic premise, a viewer approaches (or should approach) the experience with certain base-line expectations. When a movie's immediate goal is to tell a story about a butt monster, that automatically lowers expectations. No right-thinking viewer is going into this thinking they're going to get the Citizen Kane of butt monster films.

Given these lowered expectations, how fun it is when the movie lives up to them and more! What a nice surprise that the movie isn't jokey in a hokey, predictable way. (Again, for a movie about butt monsters.) What a delight to see the very dedicated and very sincere performances from pretty much everyone in the cast. My hat is off to Ken Marino, who plays our lead, the man who is the grievous host for the butt monster. He went for every grunt, moan, and scream like he was scrabbling for an Oscar, and no, I am not being sarcastic.
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Every so often, a film comes along with a concept that succeeds in making you speechless. Bad Milo is one of those concepts. The film follows Ken (Ken Marino), an ordinary guy in an office job and in a loving relationship with his girlfriend Sarah (Gillian Jacobs). However, Ken begins to experience intense stomach pains from time to time, during which murders always seem to occur as he blacks out from the pain. It comes to Ken's attention that there is a demon dwelling in his intestines that reacts to his emotions. Ken enlists the help of strange therapist Highsmith (Peter Stormare) to control his constant anger and in turn control the demon.

This film is definitely a love-hate affair with me; while the film is mainly meant to be viewed as a black comedy and not as a horror film, to be completely honest I find the majority of the comedy in this film to be a little too senseless to the point where a lot of it comes off as trying too hard, especially in the first 20 minutes. The acting can seem over-the-top to the point where it is painful and some of the facial expressions, especially on the part of Ken, do seem forced. However, as soon as Milo the ass demon is introduced it all seems to fall more in place; every scene containing Milo seems to be a shining moment and with him comes a couple interesting conventions, such as the interesting handheld POV aspects as he sniffs out his victims. The death scenes are fulfilling and actually pretty original and there's more than enough here to make up for the monotony the films starts off with. And while we're on the topic of the demon, I never thought I'd ever call an ass demon "cute" until now.
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I enjoyed this movie a lot. It has an interesting story and great actors. Ken Marino, Gillian Jacobs, and Peter Stormare?! I would watch any movie with either one of them. Put all three of them together in one movie, add an ass demon named Milo, and you get movie gold. I really hope you give this movie a chance, it doesn't disappoint.
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By Snakewoman on April 29, 2014
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More silly than scary. And better than most of the reviews other Amazon buyers gave it. I laughed out loud. Some gross humor, but also a lot of more mature humor. Who doesn't dream of shoving something up their boss' behind, at one time or another? Some surprises along the way.
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I never thought I would enjoy this as much as I did. First the cast is first rate and are looking like they are really enjoying themselves. Ken Marino is great as Duncan and boy does he have a problem. His stress is manifesting itself and an evil little imp living in his intestines and when he is bugged by someone it comes out his....well, his backside and kills the person responsible for duncans anxiety. Everyone has their share of funny but the therapist is great too. This has it's gross moments but if you like gutter humor (I do) then you will love it.
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If you have never heard of this film, chances are you will very soon. Why, you may ask? Well, aside from the fact that it’s an excellent, laugh-out-loud horror-comedy, it is also somewhat, um, unique in its subject matter. I mean, how many movies about demons living in a guy’s bowels can there be? BAD MILO! is a bizarre but amazing film that will have even the heartiest of gore-hounds laughing as they cringe. Push your reservations away, and check out this film as soon as you can.

You might expect a movie with this type of plot to be full of bad one-liners and poop jokes. Surprisingly, it’s not. The production team handles this concept very delicately and instead finds humor everywhere else. I am very impressed with how they did this, and the end result has to be seen to believed.

BAD MILO! is shot very well and features some inventive camerawork to capture the “ins and outs” of Milo’s experience. His host, Duncan, obviously endures a bit of uncomfortableness, but that’s to be expected given Milo’s living arrangements. The film is even shot on a RED camera, which makes the vivid picture even more extraordinary.

The special effects are excellent. The production crew uses practical effects for Milo, which makes this a more than noteworthy creature-feature. Too many flicks today rely on CG, which lessens the believability factor of a monster. Not so, here; thanks to realistic effects, Milo is slick and creepy…but with a hint of a sick cuteness factor as well.

The acting in BAD MILO! is also very good, but the story itself is what really wins the prize for me. Inventive and original, this is one of those films that only comes along once in a great while.
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