Drugs are bad. That’s the lesson that a wannabe punker named Dood (Estevan Muñoz — Marty in Transit, Zombie Cats from Mars, Este Does Not Make a Movie), who is more than a little insecure, learns one evening at an off-the-hook party when he wolfs-down a mega dose of dummy gummies. His life will soon be a living hell.
Bayview Entertainment has tabbed Apr. 25 as the Blu-ray debut date for the Mutiny Pictures production of writer/director Rocko Zevenbergen’s I Need You Dead. It’s a psychedelic trip that is well worth taking.
It seems that these delightful little gummies were laced with some sort of mystical concoction of drugs and like a bolt of lightning smacking the user head-on they kick in and poor Dood is suddenly on an E-ticket horror thrill ride.
Being a shy guy, he immediately starts hitting on fellow punker Pal (Sidra Morgan-Montoya in her film debut), works his way out of getting hauled in by the cops (drugs are bad … and they hate punks) and then he suddenly finds himself on the roof top of the building, alone. Suicide, maybe … just jump and get it over with.
But no, his mind has either completely snapped or the creature that is now confronting him, and soon to be his “best buddy,” is real. Maybe a product of his id set free by those scrumptious gummies.
In any case, this toothy creature is like a bad stand-up comic, whose life mission seems to be either berating poor Dood with unwanted advice, or giving him one mind-blowing horror show after another. Good lord, drugs are bad, really bad!!
All the while Dood is going down one rabbit hole after another, things take a twisted turn and we find ourselves in the middle of documentary on the making of Dood’s horror tale. Are we? Or is this just a drug-fueled surreal trip, conjured-up by an addled drug-fueled mind … wake up Dood, for the love of God wake up!!
Apr. 25 for I Need You Dead on Blu-ray. It’s a mind trip that will leave your head spinning! Just ask Dood.
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