Criminally Insane Reviews
Despite the low budget and so-so acting of Criminally Insane, this film stands up pretty well as a unique kind of slasher film where the slasher in question is more complex than your Jason Vorhees or Michael Meyers. The director also seems to take care in establishing some very interesting shots and focuses on the storytelling aspects of those shots. The characters are a little flat but their flatness lends to the story in how it gives a sense of quiet and isolation, which is the way Ethel lives her life and would prefer it to stay. The action and violence creep along the way the plot does to this film which enhances the overall quirkiness of it.
It's not for all tastes, but if you enjoy 70's exploitation and dark comedy, you might want to give it a chance. At just a little over an hour, you won't be wasting too much of your time.
ughhhhh they made two of these ???
Yah, this film is a bit over an hour. Short, sweet, ridiculous... AMAZING.