|Mark Redfield||Gordon Hauge|
|Doug Brown||Carl Nimbus|
|Gage Sheridan||Maggie Hauge|
|Philip J. Cook||Director,Cinematographer,Editor,Producer|
Okay, it’s a little different. No, it doesn’t have a gazillion dollar budget. But this film has a lot of heart and pizazz. DESPISER is obviously a labor of love. It’s not for everybody; but it’s creative. A fantasy artist wrecks his car and finds himself in purgatory. I dug its visual creativity. Watching this film was like peaking into someone’s dreamlike fantasies. You know … those surreal, twilight fun dangerous kinda of dreams. It’s very stylized. Like a painting. Like an artist’s interpretation of reality. Like what I imagine was going on in Phil Cook’s (Director/Writer/EFX dude) I mean Gordon Hauge’s imagination. It moves. It’s visual. It’s got cool action. It’s got monsters! Stylized? Yeah. Like opera. Over the top. I enjoyed it. Thumbs up from me and for little pictures like this that strive for big things.