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Reflections of Evil2002

  • 3.7
A rotund fellow makes his living selling watches in Los Angeles. He isn't particularly good at it. His social ineptness makes him a miserable salesman but his relentless sugar habit tends to amplify his incompetence. As things go from bad to worse, he begins to notice a mysterious woman. His fascination eventually leads him to Universal Studios.

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The upside of digital distribution is there is no underground; everything is out there. The downside is there is no underground, so REFLECTIONS OF EVIL is probably one of the last underground masterpieces.

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The upside of digital distribution is there is no underground; everything is out there. The downside is there is no underground, so REFLECTIONS OF EVIL is probably one of the last underground masterpieces.

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This movie is incredible!!!

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awesome!

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This is an amplified yet eerily accurate portrayal of life in Los Angeles. It runs slightly tedious at times but overall an entertaining picture.

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This film is absolutely incredible, as is all of Packard's work. It is an absolutely stunning work, where the "everything but the kitchen sink" approach not only works incredibly well (which is rare), but actually propels the film into a dimension rarely seen in cinema. I highly recommend it. One of the best films I've seen in years, and definitely in my top 5 from the past decade.

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Fandor is fantastic but this is the first dud I've found on the site. This film is not remotely as entertaining or as clever as it hopes to be. Some real, some fake footage from 70s TV and films gets incorporated here, rather winkingly and nudgingly, as "campy" or "psychotronic." Faux grindhouse, in other words, and a bad case of Tarantismo. 10 minutes into _Reflections of Evil_, I realized I'd be far better off just watching a real 70s or 60s B-movie instead. Recommended for wildly enthusiastic fans of Damon Packard only.

WTF?????? Horrible!

It seemed like 2 films at first--plus the vintage broadcast tv, etc.