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A cult classic in the making!
What a feast for the eyes! Funny, irreverent, and awesome ! Sure to be a cult classic!
First off let me be very clear. Rottentail is NOT a documentary about Stormy Daniels, so if you go thinking you will get to spend 90 minutes watching some washed up porn actress you will be sadly disappointed.
Ok, now for the good stuff. 2 weeks ago I was dragged to a little Indie theater in Phoenix by my beautiful bride snookums. I was fully prepared to roll my eyes and look at the clock for an hour and a half before making a hasty retreat but my hopes and dreams were crushed. 15 minutes into Rottentail I had forgotten that I had just spent $10 for a glass of stout and they had no butterine for their popcorn.
If you are a connoisseur of horror comedy then this is your movie! This low budget Indie film by director Brian Skiba showed that he knows how to get the most bang for his buck. The retro look with the lighting, weird angles and grainy picture worked very well for this film. The makeup for Peter was exceptional for a film like this. Now considering that a lot of these actors are not professionals I thought everybody did an excellent job and worked well together. William McNamara as the preacher kept me laughing throughout the show and Laurie Love did an excellent job as the Mayor.
At the end of this movie I had a smile on my face and went and pre-ordered my own copy. I am going to have my own Rottentail showing and while admittedly I am bribing people to come with the promise of smoked pulled pork and alcohol I have no doubt it is going to be a hit.
DISCLAIMER: This show is not for everyone so I have compiled a list of who should and should not see it
Who should NOT see Rottentail:
1. Members of PETA
2. Those that own more than 1 Bible
3. People who buy all their groceries at Whole Foods
4. People who wash down their avocado toast with Mimosas at Sunday Brunch
5. Those that think Alexandria Cortez actually has a point
6. Cookie Goblers
7. Those that breathe heavy at the thought of going to the next super hero movie or spew inducing Hollywood remake.
8. Those that wrinkle their nose when they try a Guinness Stout (you can't be trusted)
9. Those that have no sense of humor and/or have a large stick embedded in their caboose
Who SHOULD see Rottentail:
1. Those that appreciate Hollywood in its rawest form.
2. Normal people
3. People who think queefs are funny
4. Guys who laugh when the dog craps on their wifes unicorn slippers
5. Those that find a good dutch oven by their "significant other" hilarious.
6. People who dont have the previously mentioned stick in their caboose
There you have it!
If you are in the second group, go see this movie or go and buy the dvd on Amazon. If you are in the first group go see it anyways as its never to late to relax a bit and just appreciate something for what it is.
Hats off to Brian Skiba and his cast of misfits! Well done.
This movie is amazeballs!! The perfect blend of horror, gore and campy. Corin hit it way out of the park. Looking forward to what Source Point Press has up its sleeve next!!
Good, bloody, and -- yes -- self-aware dumb fun. An unrepentant B-Movie through and through, ROTTENTAIL delivers just what it promises: A nebbish nerd turns into a killer Easter Bunny and seeks revenge on those who wronged him. What was unexpected, though, was the several supporting actors whose carpet-chewing performances at times steal the show with genuinely hilarious performances. Plan on making this one an yearly Easter tradition... especially if you have some prudish aunts/uncles you want to playfully offend or some nieces/nephews with whom you want to earn some "cool points" after your bellies are all full of ham.
The movie is a riot! It goes back to simple but funny horror flicks. Its serious at not taking itself too seriously and makes it an enjoyable watch. You'll be talking just like Rottentail after watching this movie.
Loved it! Rottentail is soon to be a Holiday Cult Classic!