You thought we were done with Mary Crawford film reviews, didn't you? Well sadly yes, I've already reviewed every Mary Crawford film our beloved genius has ever made...at least, every film he's made under the name Mary Crawford. It turns out Mary Crawford is just one of many psedonyms of David Decoteau. He has a … Continue reading 3 Wicked Witches
Five travelers on a summer pleasure cruise in Southern California are waylaid by a mysterious fog. Landing on a strange island they meet its two inhabitants; an eccentric old man and his jolly wife who go by the name of 'Claus'. the travelers soon disconver they share a common bond of discontent that will need … Continue reading Santa’s Summer House
"Russ, an adorable puppy, wants to be the Easter bunny this year but has to contend with his family who thinks that dogs should be dogs and not bunnies!" -DVD description for "An Easter Bunny Puppy" I have no idea where the description from the back of the DVD came from but we can all … Continue reading An Easter Bunny Puppy
"Nancy discovers her new stepbro may be a Vampire." -Description of "My Stepbrother is a Vampire!?!" (Yes, the description actually says "stepbro" and capitalizes "vampire" for some unknown reason. We're off to a great start.) Have you ever wondered what it would be like if Mary Crawford had directed "Twilight"? Well, wonder no more because … Continue reading My Stepbrother is a Vampire!?!
I hesitate to call "A Christmas Puppy" a Mary Crawford film since technically the directorial credit is listed as David DeCoteau. Of course, David DeCoteau is Mary Crawford's real name, so it's all just semantics, really. Anytime Decoteau applies the Mary Crawford name to a film though, it tends to be pseudo-family oriented, while those directed … Continue reading A Christmas Puppy