“Jane White is Sick and Twisted” is a David Michael Latt film made prior to The Asylum, but it is listed under comedies on their website. There are some movies that are decent and get better every time you watch them. Jane White is one of those movies. It’s impossible to catch all the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s TV references watching it only once. The characters are goofy and they grow on you. One character “Burger” is a dopey guy that wears different t-shirts with sayings and there’s no doubt that “Napoleon Dynamite” derived from him.
Netflix has “Jane White” but I recommend the DVD because of the bonus stuff (ignore the janewhitemovie.com website, it’s apparently been retired). Some features include:
- Drinking games.
- Scavenger hunt.
- Behind the scenes footage where you’ll see Mr. Latt sporting some chin hair.
In addition to the craziness that goes on in the movie with witty, subtle jokes, the cast is mostly from our favorite 80’s TV shows. Well my favorites at least.
What may be fun is a film by The Asylum that will have hundreds of Asylum film references. Maybe a sequel, “Jane White is Mega F’d up”?