• Released
  • October 4, 2013
  • (Limited)
  • R , 1 hr 24 min
  • Comedy
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Time Out New York

Bad Milo! is sick—but it’s the right kind of sick.
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Austin Chronicle

By Marc Savlov
Call it odious, call it repugnant, call it downright nasty – just don't call it dumb.
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By Eric Kohn
The capacity for "Milo" to foreground its human character over his unspeakably nasty situation makes the whole package go down a lot better than one might expect.
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By Simon Abrams
Rarely goes so far over the top that it loses you completely. It is, to put it mildly, not subtle. But if you watch it expecting to see a dumb idea executed with appreciable skill, you'll have a blast.
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Portland Oregonian

By Marc Mohan
If your tolerance for envelope-pushing crudeness and deadpan delirium allows it, this crass comedy might be just what the gastroenterologist ordered.
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Slant Magazine

By Chuck Bowen
It's fair to say that a filmmaker is thinking outside of the box when he or she stages a scene in which an ambulatory hemorrhoid tears a guy's cock off with its teeth and swallows it.
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The Dissolve

By Nathan Rabin
Bad Milo! gets nasty laughs out of putting its overmatched hero through a gauntlet of comic humiliations, but it works just as well as a dark allegory about the way we handle our demons.
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Los Angeles Times

By Inkoo Kang
Its lo-fi charms — the cutesy-scary monster design, earnest family values and Danny Elfman-esque soundtrack — make the film feel like an '80s throwback in a way that justifies the nostalgia.
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The New York Times

By Jeannette Catsoulis
What could have been a very funny short film about self-control and befriending your id instead becomes a rambling commentary on father-son dysfunction and the limits of proctology.
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Village Voice

By Chris Packham
Bad Milo! meets your expectations right where you left them.
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62 out of 100
Generally favorable reviews
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