Worm Rocks

On April 19, 2013 · 1 Comments

Untrademarked Productions debuted Worm tonight at the festival.  Check out the trailer. I loved it. If I’m being brutally honest there are a few problems; it’s a little wobbly in the middle,  it’s a little fat,  and there are some scenes that are a mite confusing.  But why be brutal? I’d rather talk about what I loved about it.

I love that it was made in and around Nashville by Nashvillians (I don’t think i’m spelling that right,  it makes it look like i’m saying villains from Nashville made the movie). I want to be careful here,  I don’t want to come across like I’m saying that I really only enjoyed it because it’s a local movie. I really think I would have loved this film no matter who made it or where. It’s fun,  smart and looks great.  It even sounds great.  I want the soundtrack.

I guess I should at least give you a thumbnail of the plot. The story takes place in a world where no one has dreamed in thirty years. Well at least not naturally. Fantasites are a new drug that gives back dreams to humanity,  and not just any dreams,  these are turbo charged nitro fueled fantasy. In this world lives Charlie,  an awkward young man who lives with his father and is slowly taking over his father’s job as maintenance man at the apartment building they live in.  One of the tenants is Reed, an asshole who dresses nice and has a great job and a new girlfriend June.  Reed is also using fantasites and soon Charlie is too.  Okay I really should expand on that some more but I’m tired and want to read some cheezy space opera so I’ll just leave you with a link to the synopsis from the festival’s site.

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