I'm probably not the best person in the world to classify the work of Giuseppe Andrews, as this is only my second experience. That's pretty much the best way to describe them though, an experience. Schoof is an extremely low-budget film about a strange cosmic force known as "Schoof", which is slowly making the human race bat-shit insane. Tracy is a teenager who is witnessing her entire family go nuts, yet she remains strangely unaffected. Using amateurish actors, Schoof is gloriously goofy and laughably bad in all the right ways. It's kinda like the type of film you would have dreamed of making as a child, though it's much more vulgar and disgusting. Writing off this film because of it's extremely unorthodox approach or it's extremely low production value would be a mistake, as this film is more visually inventive and creative in it's approach than almost anything coming out of mainstream filmmaking these days. If there is a deeper meaning to this one, I surely missed it, but Schoof is so much fun. There are bits of this film that are absolutely hilarious in their creativity and absurdity. I particularly loved the Giant Hamster bits. Given how wacky this film is I couldn't be too surprised that it ended with a musical number!
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