Brimstone Incorporated is the latest movie from directors James L. Edwards and Brad Twigg. The film is an anthology that contains three infernal-filled stories that center around Hell’s law firm. Brimstone Incorporated is directed by James L. Edwards and Brad Twigg, and stars: Kaylee Williams (13 Slays Till X-Mas 2020 – read our review here), Tim Hale, Rick Jermain (Deathboard 2020 – read our review here), Geoff Burkman (Babysitter Massacre 2013), Her Name Was Christa’s (2020 – read our review here) Shianne Daye and Drew Fortier, Mama’s Boy’s (2021) Sasha Graham and Tim Novotny, Christine Morrison, and Adam Scott Clevenger (Haunting Inside 2019 – read our review here).
In all honesty, I’ve enjoyed every anthology that Fuzzy Monkey has produced, but Brimstone Incorporated is their absolute best anthology that they have released. I really didn’t know what to expect because the film somehow passed me by. I had no knowledge that it was being made.
Brimstone Incorporated is a fun ride from start to finish. There is not one boring scene in this entire film. What impressed me most was the writing of James L. Edwards, which is superb, hilarious, and never wasted. When you’re making a movie about the law practices of Hell, I think you better add a lot of dark comedy. My favorite line of the film is, “I’m so hungry, I could eat a baby’s ass through a park bench.” I have no idea what that even means, but it’s hilarious.
I was also amazed by the special effects, more specifically, the scene in the “Skunk Weed” story, which were created by Bethany Shana (Killer Campout), Darren Ricci (Deathboard), and Daniel Brooks. There is a specific moment where a pothead smokes some weed, and the skin starts falling off the side of his face. It is so well done that it looks like a top Hollywood artist applied the special effects. What is truly amazing is that Brimstone Incorporated is only the fourth film that he has worked on. Well, Ron George you have a new fan; bravo on a job well done, sir!
If it’s been awhile since you’ve seen a really great anthology, then look no further. Brimstone Incorporated is out now on Blu-ray HERE. I highly recommend snagging a copy. You won’t be disappointed.