Action Zach Hale
Nobody in their right mind would mistake 2010's RED for high art. The
film was a harmless, mildly entertaining caricature of a summer
blockbuster that provided a fair amount of laughs and a hefty amount of
explosions. Any notion of plot played second fiddle to graphic
absurdity, but it at least bumbled about with a little bit of charm and
Horror Rod Lott Cassadaga is better than its terrible title, but still an indie picture that's clearly out of whack. In a good way, it opens with a boy who so wants to be a girl, he employs scissors to achieve that goal. In a bad way, it then largely shoves all that business aside until the third act.