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  • Summary: Meet Glory and Everett Hutchins. Maybe you’ve already met them. They live in a neighborhood very much like yours, except they have a little secret. Everett and Glory are active cannibals. Not exactly a Main Street practice today. And their lifestyle presents some practical challenges:Meet Glory and Everett Hutchins. Maybe you’ve already met them. They live in a neighborhood very much like yours, except they have a little secret. Everett and Glory are active cannibals. Not exactly a Main Street practice today. And their lifestyle presents some practical challenges: like how do you get those necessary provisions? Meet Richard Reubens. Perhaps you’ve met him too. A mid-level Wall Street investment specialist, Richard was transferred to the Los Angeles offices under some murky circumstances. In LA everyone needs a car. When Richard answers an ad selling a vintage Mustang, he unwittingly winds up Glory and Everett’s captive in their secret room, in their nice house, in the neighborhood that looks like your neighborhood. And Richard is fated to be the next addition to their unorthodox menu. However, Richard is not a silent lamb about to be led willingly to his own slaughter. (Dance On Productions) Collapse
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  1. Positive: 0 out of 5
  2. Negative: 3 out of 5
  1. Reviewed by: Neil Genzlinger
    Sep 9, 2012
    40
    The story, too, undercuts the actors.
  2. Reviewed by: Andrew Schenker
    Sep 5, 2012
    40
    Glory's inconsistent characterization defeats rather than builds tension, and the tepid soon gives way to the ridiculous.
  3. Reviewed by: Chuck Bowen
    Sep 5, 2012
    38
    After a promising entrapment scene that offers some casually eerie narrative details, the film collapses, lurching awkwardly between a variety of tones and intentions.
  4. Reviewed by: Sara Stewart
    Sep 7, 2012
    38
    Ultimately Serving Up Richard feels about as substantial as a Happy Meal (which this poor guy assuredly is not).
  5. Reviewed by: Ian Buckwalter
    Sep 7, 2012
    25
    Olek never decides what his film should be, and the result takes wild stabs at slasher gore, supernatural horror, black comedy and even social commentary, thanks to a zero-hour attempt to tie things up with a morality tale about the damaging effects of organized religion.

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