Excess Flesh

Excess Flesh

Directed by Patrick Kennelly

Jill is obsessed with her new roommate, Jennifer, a promiscuous and sexy hotshot in the LA Fashion scene. Her jealousy and rage spiral out of control - Jennifer has everything, and Jill wants to be just like her. If Jill can’t be Jennifer, she must destroy her.

Jill is obsessed with her new roommate, Jennifer. And if Jill can't be Jennifer, she must destroy her.

Cast: Bethany Orr, Mary Loveless, Wes McGee

Member Reviews

Drawn out movie

deb2018
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3 days ago

Not a bad indi flick. Great acting, awkwardly shot, but just a cool movie. Better editing would have done wonders to help ease the plot confusion but over all a decent flick.

schumacheraa
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6 days ago

WTF this is like the weirdest movie on Shutter. lol

WhatTheHorror
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24 days ago

Lame.

uglyguido
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24 days ago

Wow, I'm surprised to see this get so many very negative reviews here! As another viewer notes, the lead actress deserves an award! She is amazing. I've rarely seen mental fragility portrayed in such a realistic and frightening way in a film. This movie is first-class psychological horror. It does have some initially disorienting changes in "perspective," but that is part of the psychological map of the story, and for me, after I realized what was going on, it wasn't too hard to follow. (One hint-- an eating disorder is not the only issue for one of the characters!) To be sure, it's not an emotionally comfortable film to watch, and it's not intended to be, but it is powerful, disturbing, and memorable. I have close family members and friends who have struggled with various forms of mental illness, and this movie is chillingly true to life. Four and a half skulls out of five.

atmospheric
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a month ago