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Blu-ray Review: The Peanut Butter Solution (1985)

There’s something about fantasy and horror that simultaneously repels and attracts the young; it could be peering into the unknown, perhaps it’s something that is “taboo,” or maybe they’re simply drawn to the weird and unexplainable. This last point would certainly explain the devoted cult that surrounds The Peanut Butter Solution (1985), a Canadian film that plays the odd as matter of fact instead of something to cower from. A good lesson to be sure, and one that Severin Films knows all too well. And with this, their first release under the Severin Kids banner, they’re tapping into a particular vein that adults will enjoy as well. Strange is strange, no matter your age.

The brainchild of French Canadian producer Rock Demers, Tpbs was the second in his series of films entitled Tales for All, a group of family orientated movies, some of whose popularity reached farther than the Great White North.

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