Even after the film (quite entertainingly) explains itself, it never feels like more than a howl of frustration and cynicism.
In terms of scale and narrative ingenuity, Wormwood is as staggering as any Errol Morris film before it.
Hap and Leonard’s absurdly, effectively pregnant atmosphere will be familiar to those who’ve seen Jim Mickle’s films.
Fans of a cult show like It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia deserve more robust extras than what’s offered here.
Of interest to geeks are the interactive bonus menus, but this is still one of the worst looking discs we’ve seen from a major video distributor in years.
It’s easy to imagine a better Herbie: Fully Loaded had Grace Jones’s “Sex Drive” blared during the film’s racing sequences.
A meaty DVD package for a somewhat less than unnerving ghost story. This one may be for King’s most fanatical followers.