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A Dee Flowered

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Formerly known as the Village Wagon, this snack company started in 2011. It specializes in sourcing organic and natural plant-based snacks. Deez Snacks was founded by childhood friends who met when they traveled together in Africa. Dee Flowered prides itself on its inclusive culture - a primary reason for the company's success.See where to watch and find great movies and TV shows with Dee Flowered. Every movie and TV show Dee Flowered has acted in, directed, produced, or written and where to stream it online for free, with a subscription or for rent or purchase. You can sort these by genre, what is popular, when it was released, in alphabetical order, or by their IMDB rating in order to find the top recommendations for you. Or so we’re told in the quasi-official-sounding descriptions of writer (I think)/director (I’m sure) Johnny Walker’s little opus of amateurism floating around out there that had to have been written by somebody at some point, right? There’s just one problem : the movie itself makes no reference to this at all and instead proceeds to show us a series of thoroughly disjointed scenes that make no sense whatsoever. Not that this or any other flick actually needs to make sense in order to be, ya know, good, but the fact is that Dee Flowered just straight-up isn’t.

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See where to watch and find great movies and TV shows with Dee Flowered. Every movie and TV show Dee Flowered has acted in, directed, produced, or written and where to stream it online for free, with a subscription or for rent or purchase. You can sort these by genre, what is popular, when it was released, in alphabetical order, or by their IMDB rating in order to find the top recommendations for you.Okay, here’s a weird one : the “plot” (and I use that term very loosely) of 2008 shot-on-video n0-budgeter Dee Flowered (alternately listed on IMDB and other sites that bothered to take notice of it at all as a single word, Deeflowered ) apparently revolves around the spirit of Jack The Ripper which has, through methods unknown, settled upon a small town, and proceeded to drive the local residents apeshit. Or so we’re told in the quasi-official-sounding descriptions of writer (I think)/director (I’m sure) Johnny Walker’s little opus of amateurism floating around out there that had to have been written by somebody at some point, right? There’s just one problem : the movie itself makes no reference to this at all and instead proceeds to show us a series of thoroughly disjointed scenes that make no sense whatsoever. Not that this or any other flick actually needs to make sense in order to be, ya know, good, but the fact is that Dee Flowered just straight-up isn’t.

Still, like I said, about ten minutes into this thing, the one question you’ll have that dwarfs all others is — why the hell am I still watching this ???? Of all the mysteries offered up by Dee Flowered , trust me — that’s the most unfathomable. It’s not even stupidly, entertainingly bad, as so many of the films we take a look at around here are. Nor is it anything like the shocking, transgressive work that Walker so obviously is striving for. It’s both dumb, and dull. I can usually abide one or the other separately just fine, but combined? Forget it. Some things a re a bridge too far even for this admitted full-time denizen of the celluloid (and video) trash heap.I caught Dee Flowered as part of the “Catacomb Of Creepshows” 50-movie bargain pack from Pendulum Pictures, the Mill Creek sub-label that specializes in these kind of homemade films gone horribly awry. There’s a lot of essentially un-watchable garbage in this set, but with it’s nauseating mix of third-grade bathroom humor, faux-surrealist pretentiousness, half-assed gore effects, entirely forced an uninvolving confusion-just-to-be-confusing, and rancid, completely unshocking “shocker” moments, this is easily the worst of a decidedly lousy bunch. (Source: trashfilmguru.wordpress.com)

 

 

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