Today's Movie: John Dies At The End (2013) - viewed on Netflix
Starring: Two dudes I've never heard of before and, strangely, Paul Giamatti, who must have needed a quick payday.
Plot: Alright, hang on here.
Two guys become super clairvoyant and begin seeing other worldly creatures after taking a drug called 'Soy Sauce' which appears to be a living organism. Random, odd, people pop in and out of the drama and are never fully explained.
The two friends wind up involved in some sort of inter dimensional clash of worlds where one (not ours, of course, because we're slackers and peace loving douche bags) wants to take over the other by ingesting all the smart people into this one eyed, genius monster (what? it's how it gains more knowledge).
Gore Factor: Very high.
Nude Factor: Non existent
Scare Factor: A few jumps, but this plays more like a Cronenberg film: creepy and surreal.
Review: If you're thinking that this is a seriously fucked up movie, you don't know the half of it. I didn't even mention the creatures that will show themselves to people in different forms, the dog that can drive cars or the creature that creates itself out of freezer meat. Also there is some world famous spiritual dude (played by Clancy Brown) who can somehow destroy these creatures with a phrase over the phone.
If you're also thinking this doesn't sound very serious, you've nailed that, as well. There are several laugh out loud moments throughout (after all how did they get the meat creature to take a cell phone call?) and there is a time bending aspect to it which results in John calling his friend and asking 'Did I die yet?'.
Or popping back to life and having this exchange.
John: 'Where are we?'
'At the mall'
John: 'Coming or going?'
John: 'Right, it would have to be going because Fred is still alive'
Fred - standing next to John: 'WHAT???!!!'
Bottom Line: Strange, nearly incomprehensible plot yet often grotesquely funny.