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Red Princess Blues (2010)

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ZOE, a young teenage girl, is lured into an after hours carnival tent by the sleazy rock n roll carnie RIMO, and gets more then she bargained for. It's up to the mysterious PRINCESS, star of the new knife show, to pull her out of the wolf's den.


Alex Ferrari


Alex Ferrari
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Tyson ... Rimo
Rachel Grant ... Princess
Tabitha Morella ... Zoe
German Leonne German Leonne ... Pouche Love
Aurelia Scheppers ... Silky
Alejandra Morin ... Loca Marie
Matthew Rugetti ... Freaky Fred
Robert Forster ... The Storyteller
Thushari Jayasekera ... Strawberry Mary
Michael J. Sielaff ... Skinny Dubois
Mitch L. Guy Mitch L. Guy ... Quick Mitch
Krystina Ptasinski ... Sally Two Hills
Holger Moncada Jr. ... Crow Creek Nate
Brian Hite Brian Hite ... Clyde Ledbetter
Collin Fowler Collin Fowler ... Dirty Dave


In this twisted modern day fairy tale ZOE, a young teenage girl, is lured into an after hours carnival tent by the sleazy rock n roll carnie RIMO, she then gets more then she bargained for. It is up to the mysterious PRINCESS, the star of the new knife show at ROSCOE'S FREAK SHOW & CARNIVAL to pull her out of the wolf's den that she has fallen into. Written by Anonymous

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6 March 2016 | by greatdeceivahSee all my reviews

Only a few short years after turd-marketing expert, and olive-oil- salesman-cum-blogger, Alex Ferrari, unleashed upon the world, his horrid short "Broken", he decided to get further revenge on the cinematic universe by releasing another one of his inane, plot less, and horribly over acted shorts.. the Little Red Riding Hood ripoff, imaginatively called "Red Princess Blues"

Mr. Ferrari truly went out to lunch polishing this turd.. He got a nice and shiny Red camera, he hired concept and storyboard artists, set designers, special FX experts, stunt coordinators, etc to create this monsterpiece..

Unfortunately.. Mr. Ferrari forgot the most important part of a short: an interesting story, and a good plot.

As it is customary with Mr. Ferraris' juvenile shorts, the direction of the actors is non-existent, the acting is cartoonish, amateurish and over the top.. the action scenes are laughable, the whole thing has a almost comical feel to it, which is obviously not intentional, because when this disaster was produced, Mr. Ferrari probably harbored in his 30-something- year-old tiny brain the hope that he was going to be "discovered" and become the next Tarantino or Robert Rodriguez, despite his obvious lack of anything remotely resembling story-writing talent.

This short is so bad, it feels like a spoof of a bad action movie.

Fortunately for all those who have higher film making aspirations, the universe has pushed back in kind revenge against Mr. Ferrari, and has made his inane blog popular, thus condemning thousands of his mentally stunted followers to dwell in the primordial soup of suck that Mr. Ferrari has been residing in, all his life, because following the advice of a failed filmmaker, can't lead to anything but failure... You could even say that Mr. Ferrari is the Jim Jones of indie film making, giving kool-aid advice to hundreds of unsuspecting fools a via a blog, thus condemning them to cinematic hell, but dear reader.... sssshhhh please, don't tell anyone, let's keep this our secret, OK?

Thanks Mr. Ferrari for clearing the path for real talent.

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