But it’s the first part of the song, which lasts less than forty seconds, which is the most interesting: it’s basically “Caught in a Mosh” by way of Exhorder, except that drummer Trey Williams is playing an unusual pattern which approximates the speed-ramping beats one usually associates with electronic music.It should go without saying that I’m not suggesting Dying Fetus attempt some kind of comes out June 23 on Relapse.
For the rest, well, even the playwright, Rolin Jones, seems conflicted.The credit for his text variously states that it is by him, adapted by him, or stolen by him. ) In any case, having settled on the idea of resetting Much Ado among the mods of London, he seems to have spent most of his time hunting for ways to satirize, or at least make puns about, two disparate things at the same time. It’s all fun and games until the two get brutally slaughtered by a creature. The film opens with a couple doing exactly what the title insists we don’t do- fucking in the woods.Still, it says something that the album’s strongest song is also the only one which dares to mess, however briefly, with the Fetus formula.
The title track — the aforementioned tenth, and closing, song — has what is not only the album’s best riff, but the one most likely to cause involuntary windmilling.
After being robbed of a week's take, small-time pot dealer David is forced by his boss to go to Mexico to pick up a load of marijuana.
In order to improve his odds of making it past the border, David asks the broke stripper Rose and two local teenagers to join him and pretend they're on a family holiday.
Certainly it’s not for the romance of Bea and Ben, which, though drolly enacted by Nicole Parker and Justin Kirk, and though liberally quoting or adapting lines from the original, is barely a patch on it.
(Their “merry war” becomes a “Mersey war.”) Nor does Jones have anything to add to Much Ado’s larger considerations of the nature of love: the way, in bringing us to the edge of our humanity, it threatens to push us into the void.
Now, it’s obvious that there will, indeed, be sex in the film, but that’s simplifying things.