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SUPERCELL – Corey Wallace

March 29, 2023 1 comment

Original Review by Jonathan Broxton

Every once in a while I find myself scrolling through my TV’s list of movies-on-demand, agog at the number of films on there that I’ve literally never heard of. Half of them are low-budget action and sci-fi movies, made by former stars who have dropped off the 1980s and 90s A-List and are now hovering somewhere between the C-List and the D-List. A bunch of them star Bruce Willis. A bunch of others all seem to feature Frank Grillo. It’s very easy to just scroll past them mindlessly, until eventually they get lost in the endless streaming void. At first glance, Supercell is one of those movies; it’s an action movie about tornadoes, with a director I’ve never heard of (Herbert James Winterstern) and a pair of leads (Daniel Diemer, Jordan Kristine Seamón) who are similarly unknown to me. Those with a more ghoulish sensibility may stop for a second look because of two of it’s supporting actors: it’s the last film Anne Heche made prior to her grisly death in a car accident in August 2022, and it’s also one of the last films Alec Baldwin completed prior to him starting work filming Rust, the now-notorious project where he shot and killed his cinematographer, Halyna Hutchins, in an on-set accident. Beyond that, however, this film would usually never give me pause – except that, in this instance, one thing IS worth stopping and considering: the score. Read more…