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Submitted by shockya 704d ago | review

John Dies at the End: ShockYa Movie Review

ShockYa: Why bother taking an acid trip (LSD) when, without the side effects and with a few laughs you can go to a movie and take a similar journey? “John Dies at the End” is so loaded with visual effects that you’ll be dreaming in an array of colors such as you may have found in the film “Samsara.” Though not specifically mentioned by the production team, the movie could serve as a spoof of “Alien” and all those pics that features worm-like monsters coming out of chests. This time, though, instead of straight people like Sigourney Weaver’s character Ripley in Ridley Scott’s “Alien,” you get two goofy, likeable, all-American guys who are credibly wide-eyed with each out-of-body experience that they, well, experience. (Indie film, John Dies at the End) B/A+

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