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bethswald over 7 years ago
Extremely off-putting, disturbing black humor. Hard to even know how to feel about it
Amanda Allen almost 7 years ago
Alexis Kennedy almost 7 years ago
Henke 7 years ago
Vanessa Kopp 7 years ago
Jake Wiersema over 7 years ago
Andrew Hill over 7 years ago
Cameron Kerlin over 7 years ago
erin almost 8 years ago
Wiley Wiggins almost 8 years ago
Parents is a 1989 horror-comedy film written by Christopher Hawthorne and directed by Bob Balaban. The film is about a suburban 50's boy living who suspects his parents of cannibalism. The film starred Randy Quaid, Mary Beth Hurt, Sandy Dennis, and Bryan Madorsky. Although the film is primarily in the horror genre (it can also be categorized as surrealistic horror, and the film has sometimes been compared to the work of David Lynch, particularly Blue Velvet), it features many comic moments, including the use of sitcom-like music in its soundtrack, and has sometimes been categorized as a black comedy. The production of the film spared no expense in creating each detail, reproducing accurately the modern style of the 1950s, right down to the clothing, wallpaper and carpeting. It was filmed in Ontario. Its tagline is: There's a new name for terror!. Michael Laemle is a ten year old boy living in 1954 suburban Massachusetts. He has new friends at his school, a father with a great job at...
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