Way Down in Chinatown
Playwright Victor Mitchum and theater director Jessica Mitchum work exceedingly hard at creating new and innovative work for the theater. As they venture into their new dark musical, "Apocalypse Tomorrow" (inspired by Leadbelly's "Goodnight Irene") they suddenly find themselves seduced by the underworld that is being created to preserve the few.
"...avant garde at its finest... there really is no middle ground with this film. Either you love it or you hate it. I say enjoy it for what it is."
- STEPHANIE NETT, www.geminimoon.com
"...as original a sci-fi thriller as you're likely to see... It's a polarizing film, it's one that you will love or hate but whatever your reaction it'll get the grey matter working harder than any movie you'll see this year."
- JONATHAN BAXTER, www.knifedinvenice.com
"Think film noir add a dash of Sci-Fi throw in some disturbing scenes in the style of Eraserhead mixed with a squeeze of A Clockwork Orange and you have WAY DOWN IN CHINATOWN."
- MOLLY GORE, www.kensingtongore.com
"...has to be one of the weirdest films ever, and I won't be forgetting it anytime soon... The team who put this film together certainly succeeded in their mission if it was to leave the viewer disturbed."
- STUART HINE, www.stuarthine.wordpress.com