The fine folks at the Super Media Bros podcast put Chompy Lou head to head in their latest edition of the Cult Cinema Showdown! Ed and the gang went head to head with the 2016 comedy Spaghettiman, and while (spoiler alert) we lost, they still had some nifty things to say about our dumb little movie. “Stupid” is one; “I died laughing” is another, and we’re taking both as compliments.
You can check out the entire episode here.
Kelly McNeely of iHorror has included our little movie on her list of ten indie comedies which, in her words, “have mastered the art of parody.” She calls us a “delicious 50s horror parody” which “successfully side-tackles the drive-in monster movie tropes.” Her list puts us alongside such classics as The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra and Garth Merenghi’s Darkplace, which is some seriously high praise.
You can read the full list here.
Another review is hot off the digital presses! Horror Society says our little movie is “everything that I’m looking for in an indie flick,” ending with “I [indubitably]* love it.”
You can read the whole review here.
*(they, um, used a different word)
The fun thing about being available to watch free online (seriously, we’re everywhere) is how every so often, up pops another review from someone who stumbled across us one night – and naturally loved us. Or, at least, tolerated 73 minutes of us. Either way!
Our latest review comes in both podcast and recipe form from Synopsish, who says our little movie is filled with “five scoops of absurdity” and gives us “5 out of 5 Joes.”
Listen to/read the whole thing here.
We love getting new reviews every few months, and this one from Peggy Christie at Cinema Head Cheese is among them. Peggy says “you can tell the people making it are just having the time of their lives” (we were!), adding “I had to pause the movie TWICE because I was laughing so hard.” Of all the reasons to pause our movie, that’s one of the better ones! (Also top five: getting more popcorn; taking a bathroom break; saving the universe from a Martian army set on replacing us all with robots named Kloob; checking the mail.)
You can read the entire review here.