"That'll put marzipan in your pie plate, bingo!"
A serial killer film where the focus stays on the residents of the city and how, sometimes terribly, they react to it. Throw in the heat of summer and a black out and people start doing crazy things.
I actually like this one more than most because I always have. I was today years old when I realized this was a Spike Lee film. Granted I first saw it when it came out and I was 14 and didn't pay…
It doesn't take much to make me watch James Caan with his shirt unbuttoned and half cap on and lucky for me Slither isn't much of a film beyond a little comedy and early '70s vibes. Caan is rather adorable as the fresh from prison car thief who gets caught up in a case of missing money. He's also a little shy to violence and confrontation so of course he's forced into that repeatedly. Sally Kellerman's "Kitty", which is weird…