Teddy Bomb Review

Teddy Bomb

Written/Directed: Justin Decloux
Starring: Peter Kuplowsky, Jenny Lemberg, Christian Murdoch

Review by Rhian Dixon

Teddy BombI was recently given the chance to review an indie film from 2014 titled Teddy Bomb, created by Justin Decloux. Described as a coming-of-age sci-fi, Teddy Bomb follows a beer delivery guy named Christian who finds himself in possession of an ultra-violence loving teddy bear that also happens to be a ticking time bomb. To make matters worse, Teddy Bomb’s original owner wants his property back and will kill anyone who gets in their way. Christian has twenty-four hours to diffuse the teddy. Will he make it in time?

If you love ultra-violence, blood splats, and gore then Teddy Bomb is definitely the film for you. The plot is clever and interesting throughout and I was consistently desperate to know what was going to happen next. With fast paced action sequences that are wildly enjoyable, Teddy Bomb captured my attention like few indie films do. I could count on one hand the number of indie films that actually stuck with me after I watched them, but Teddy Bomb was truly something unique. I was left stunned with some of the plot twists. I didn’t predict any of them and it kept me glued to the screen.

The gore in Teddy Bomb was on par with Kill Bill and Ichi the Killer. I’ll be honest, I did not expect that much blood and gore from an indie film so I was pleasantly, pleasantly surprised. It was, undoubtedly, the selling point of this picture for me. Our villain was a complete and utter sadist and I loved his character, didn’t really click with me that he was a cyborg.

The acting was superb. Peter Kuplowsky as The Man in the Hat was terrifying, although didn’t he look a lot like Seth McFarland in that hat, or was it just me? Jenny Lemberg was a complete and utter bad ass as our heroine. It was nice to see a reversal of genders for the damsel in distress. Lemberg just slayed as the kick ass girlfriend Jenny and I would love to see her in more films! And of course, our furry, evil friend: Teddy Bomb himself. He is the wittiest, sassiest bear I’ve ever seen on screen!

I don’t want to ruin the end for anybody but I questioned what the ending was about. Maybe I’m being really thick but I found it to have an Inception-esque ending that stuck with me and had me thinking about it long after the credits rolled. I cannot wait to discuss it further with the Rogues Portal team.

The Verdict
See It! Teddy Bomb
has everything I want in a film! A bad ass female protagonist, blood and guts and even more guts, a evil blood stained bear, and so much nerdiness! I loved it!

I'm a photographer and lifestyle blogger for my very own website http://rhidixonblog.com . A manga and anime enthusiast who trains Super Saiyan style, I'm also partial to buying Asian films and never watching them x

Rhian Dixon

I'm a photographer and lifestyle blogger for my very own website http://rhidixonblog.com . A manga and anime enthusiast who trains Super Saiyan style, I'm also partial to buying Asian films and never watching them x

One thought on “Teddy Bomb Review

  • December 21, 2016 at 7:45 am
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    This sounds awesome, I am still planning to watch this but I’m glad I read your review first as it made my mind up for me. Can’t wait to check it out.

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