Thanks to sites like YouTube, anyone with a little basic equipment can post videos to get their message out there. Also thanks to sites like YouTube, it’s ridiculously easy to get lost in a sea of videos, both helpful and not, entertaining or just plain alarming. In Man Underground, Willem Koda (George Basil) has exactly this problem — he keeps trying to let others know The Truth, but he’s hardly getting any hits. I think most of us can relate to the frustration of that last part.
I was told this would be a tough thing to review, and now I know why. Feed the Black is rather like a music video might have looked if they had been made back in the days when ‘music’ meant live performers and ‘video’ was whatever you happened to be looking at.
The city is being terrorized by a mysterious killer known only as The Laughing Mask. The death toll is rising, but the murderer leaves no clues and the police are stymied. But one man, who has lost his wife and child to this evildoer, is determined to find his own brand of justice!