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Criminally Insane/Satan's Black Wedding

3.9 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Priscilla Alden
  • Directors: Nick Philips
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Collector's Edition, Color, Director's Cut, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: E.I. Independent
  • DVD Release Date: February 21, 2006
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0009SCV32
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #120,104 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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By Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein TOP 1000 REVIEWER on December 10, 2007
Format: DVD
Nick Phillips is an interesting director. Here we have three of his horror offerings, none of which had any real budget to speak of. SATAN'S BLACK WEDDING manages to have a dark, sinister atmosphere, in spite of the decision to have it's satanic vampires wear plastic fangs from K-Mart. The ultra-cheap filming actually adds to the paranoia and bleakness of it all. CRIMINALLY INSANE is a well done shocker w/ Priscilla Alden running around murdering just about everyone! Her "Big Fat Ethel" character is a wonder to behold, as she stabs, hacks, and bludgeons the rest of the cast! People just seem to rub her the wrong way. Especially those who try to counsel Ethel on her dietary habits. Better to let this gal eat! Alas, this brings us to CRIMINALLY INSANE 2, a shot-on-video hack-job w/ no redeeming qualities whatsoever. After watching BLACK WEDDING and CRIMINALLY INSANE 1, I was extremely disappointed in this hideous waste of time! Oh well, the other two are worth the price of the dvd, and I can just pretend CI2 never happened...
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Fat Ethel ranks with tawdriness of the late great drag queen Divine, but FE is the real deal, a fat blob of female loathsomeness' let out of a sanitarium and finds alot of catching up to do with her skimpy diet from behind closed quarters enduring electro treatments that I'm sure pissed her off.
Her appetite runs wild with her new found freedom and will stop at nothing to attain it, including murder, lies, & robbery.
This is an hour long of low budget delight as the leading lady is one believable barracuda battleaxe who stomps around in bare feet wielding knifes & meat cleavers at all who stand in her way.
The production has a bloody intro to set up the colorful blood mass that lays ahead. It's truely amazing what can be packed in an hour what most movies, even in today's CGI, can't sustain in 2-3.
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Criminally Insane aka Crazy Fat Ethel is a bizarre San Francisco-shot low-budgeter "famous" among some of us for its reappearance in the 80s in video stores, its box featuring Ethel (Priscilla Alden) wielding a meat cleaver and its content not failing to deliver. The gore is of course low budget as well but also strangely effective, the VERY red blood spilling from a fair-sized bucket all over any castmates who dare to come between released mental patient Ethel and her food binges in her mother's house. "What's the idea o' lockin' up all th' food?!" growls Ethel early in the proceedings at her diet-planning mom, "Yer tryin' t' starve me!!" And you just know things are going to head downhill from there. The oddball acting seems to fit perfectly with the story, as we are nowhere near Hollywood here, but in a B-movie wasteland with rules, and attractions, all its own. Interestingly strange in the way that only truly independent films made on a shoestring can be, Criminally Insane has the added benefit of being shot on film before the video craze of the 80s took hold, giving it a sort of underground-arty look to add to the ghastly goings-on. Certainly worth a look for independent horror fans on the watch for weird rarities.
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Criminally Insane is a great movie. I Consider it a drive in classic. Its funny and bloody. Satans Black Wedding is pretty good all things considered. Criminally Insane 2 is an unwatchable pile of crap. The special features are interesting and add to the dvd. Overall quite pleased
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Great movies lots of good actors in these movies this is really a must see movie for horror fans out there
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My review is not so much of "Criminally Insane", the film I bought this disc for, because I knew it was a terrible movie but very entertaining for those of us who like this type of humor. But it's the disc and case itself, that bother's me, unless I'm doing something wrong, and I don't believe I am, it only play's "Criminally Insane" and ''S.B.W", in the directors commentary form. If this had been stated in the Ad or on the case I wouldn't have purchased it . So please be warned unless you don't mine comment's all threw the movie's, I wouldn't buy this.
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