(I know I said I had a book review for Thanksgiving week, but I’m brooming that for the time being to make room for this movie review. It’s worth it.)
I reviewed the low-budget indie horror film The Theta Girl at The Slaughtered Bird:
The story, reaching back to 60’s and 70’s themes of turning on, tuning in, and dropping out, focuses on Gayce, a drug dealer who distributes Theta, the ultimate psychedelic. That it just happens to look exactly like Lemonheads is a complete coincidence and you should totally ignore that. (Or laugh at it, like I did. You’re supposed to.) Some people react well to Theta…and some don’t. The movie then concerns itself with bad trips, naked orgies, horrific murders, God, and the nature of reality. Yes, you read that right.
Is The Theta Girl as groovy and trippy as Timothy Leary, or just square, man? Only one way to find out, and that’s by clicking!
This year, as always, I’m thankful that I’m lucky enough to be married to my wife, and that we have a wonderful little boy. I’m thankful that I’m healthy and can write. Have a happy Thanksgiving.