Directed by Cindy Sherman
Dorine is a quiet and hardworking social outcast who’s endured years of abuse as the office doormat. One day, this mild-mannered paper pusher accidentally electrocutes a particularly obnoxious coworker…and in the process completely short-circuits her already unstable sanity! From that moment on, Dorine comes to believe that any office mate can be her best friend - once they’re dead! An outrageous display of the creepier side of office politics!
A quiet office worker flips in Cindy Sherman's wild work horror.
Cast: Molly Ringwald, Carol Kane, Jeanne Tripplehorn
I'm not rating this because I don't think it's bad it just didn't interest me. This is very much a 90s independent, shot on 16 mm type of film similar to movies like Clerks, Sticky Fingers of Time, I Like it Like That, etc. These are the kinds of movies Miramax was built on and if you grew up watching those movies this will likely satiate your nostalgia. It is pretty slow paced and I found it boring. I will say that Carol Kane's Eyebrow makeup is horrible and really distracting. I didn't need to go to makeup school to notice it.
This movie was really entertaining to me. I loved the campy feel to it. The characters were extremely entertaining. They were funny and interesting. I loved their accents, too. The setting was perfect. Another thing that really impressed me about this movie was its music and even the title cards. They were very uniquely and interestingly designed. Good watch. I like most all of the movies on Shudder's "Vengeance is Hers" list of movies.
Pretty fun kooky slasher!
haaaaaa kick A movie