Bad Fever Reviews

  • May 15, 2015

    There is something quite affective about this odd sort of mis-fitted film. Just long enough to not be considered a 'short', Dustin Guy Defa's movie somehow manages to keep you watching even when it becomes tediously uncomfortable. The main reason to see this film is Kentucker Audley who delivers a constant stream of frustrated uncomfortable confusion that often feels could turn violent. Sadly, the film itself doesn't provide an appropriate level of support for it's performance. Audley's character's stand-up routine is painfully absorbing.

    There is something quite affective about this odd sort of mis-fitted film. Just long enough to not be considered a 'short', Dustin Guy Defa's movie somehow manages to keep you watching even when it becomes tediously uncomfortable. The main reason to see this film is Kentucker Audley who delivers a constant stream of frustrated uncomfortable confusion that often feels could turn violent. Sadly, the film itself doesn't provide an appropriate level of support for it's performance. Audley's character's stand-up routine is painfully absorbing.