Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Patchtown plays starting July 1

I saw PATCH TOWN at Fantasia a few years back and it blew me away. It was one of those movies you never intended to see and then once you see it you find you can't imagine ever being without. After I saw the film I couldn't stop talking about. I talked to everyone I knew trying to get them to see it- and I still am.

I don't know what to say except it's wild and crazy and completely unique. its a film that will hang with you and will become one of your all time favorites. I can't wait to see this film again.

Here's my short review from last year's Fantasia:

This is a short review because I wasn't going to see this nor review it. I stumbled into seeing it and fell head over heels for it. But since I never intended in reviewing it I never took notes and was simply pulled along. Consider this less a review and more a mash note.

This is a sure to become a cult musical comedy science fiction fantasy holiday film about Jon, a man working at Patch Industries where toys are made from the babies literally pulled from the cabbage patch. When Jon a worker on the line discovers the truth (that he is one of the toys brainwashed into not remembering) he struggles to flee the factory. But the evil owner of the company has other plans and in order to save his family Jon has to fight.

Brilliantly off kilter fantasy film is one of the great surprises of this years Fantasia and the year. Where did this wonderfully unique film spring from? I don't know but please send more.

Playing like deranged Tim Burton but weirder, mixed with Grimm's fairy tales mixed with Off Broadway and I don't know what, this film is except truly something unique. Seriously I can tell you what it's like and what it riffs and borrows from but it is truly unique.There is nothing quite like this. This is true movie magic.

If you love unique films you must track this film down.

Julian Richings talked about  PATCH TOWN when I spoke with him about his career. That talk can be found  here.

PATCH TOWN hits starting July 1.

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