THE BOY WHO CRIED BITCH easily qualifies as one of the most reprehensible films ever made. Its climax alone makes it eminently eligible for this distinction: a psychotic boy points a gun at his mother's face in a closeup that goes on for an agonizing aeon.
The troubled lad in question is Danny Love (Harley Cross), who as far as we are shown has suffered not even so much as the threat of a spanking in all of his misbegotten short life. His mother, Candice (Karen Young), seems nearly as imbalanced as he. What, then, are we to make of this gratuitous
farrago involving two of the most unappealing characters ever to be featured in a movie? Pity? Sorrow? Fear? The on...