For those of you seeking something truly refreshing in a film, "Watch Out" is well worth considering. Not that it’s sweetly refreshing, but quite the contrary. The film is about a man who is totally in love with himself. So much so in fact, that he makes frequent love to himself in a mirror, and by pasting a photo of his face on an erotic life-sized blow up doll. This homo-erotic fantasy is played out in 2 acts, and offers lots of provocative sex, with a lot of laugh-out-loud humor mixed in. Warning: This film is not for the squeamish, prudish, faint-of-heart, homophobes or children. It’s challenging in the best possible way.
Producer/Director/Cinematographer Steve Balderson creates a John Waters-like world with a talented ensemble cast of misfits and outlaws that he features in all his films (3 so far). Also, enough cannot be said about the terrific performance given by Matt Riddlehoover (as the narcissistic Jonathan Barrows), in a very difficult role. Truly independent, Balderson has also undertaken the distribution, sending "Watch Out" on the “Stop Turning Me On” world tour, which may be coming to a city near you. Note that the tour began in Nashville on Oct. 1, with 1 screening only, so pay attention if you want to see this worthy film.
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