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Ratings & Reviews

  1. dave gunn's rating of the film Jug Face

    Editing like a shitty nu-metal music video and nothing you want to actually see happens on screen. Awful.

  2. Nick Schwab's rating of the film Jug Face

    Jug Face is about sacrifice and duty for the greater good of society. This socialistic downer has an intriguing premise that works a great performance out of Lauren Ashley Carter who fortifies the emotional and social-political center. Lacks suspense, anticipation, and doesn't often hit emotional notes-- which is its biggest problem-- making the film meaningful but uninviting.

  3. João R's rating of the film Jug Face

    A very distinct little horror tale about accepting Fate and learning to take responsibility for our actions. Unusual, yet not truly memorable.

  4. nargs_au's rating of the film Jug Face

    It's definitely a unique film but it's more so a drama then a horror.

  5. Westley's rating of the film Jug Face

    Sean Young is very amusing playing an abusive redneck mama in this very strange horror movie. After the fourth or fifth time getting bitch-slapped you'd think the daughter would finally see it coming.

  6. Justin Vicari's rating of the film Jug Face

    The spate of great recent horror films (Maniac, Evil Dead) here continues unabated with this highly original indie gem. Sure, it can be read as a parable about a bunch of things (religion, art). But what interesting faces it has! And what crisp outdoors shooting! It's also tonally perfect, deadpan backwoods camp that neither patronizes nor minces words. Immortal dialogue: "The pit wants what the pit wants!"