Curdled is the story of Gabriella (A unique Angela Jones), a Columbian immigrant living in Miami who has long harbored an obsession with violent crimes. She sees a TV ad for a crime scene cleaning service and immediately pursues it and lands the gig. Meanwhile, a serial killer 'The Blue Blood Killer'(William Baldwin) is working Miami's rich women. An odd love/hate story ensues as Gabriella finds herself cleaning The Blue Blood Killer's crime scenes and becoming more intrigued by his acts.
I'm a huge Tarantino fan, so I got this and 'Four Rooms' as completest pieces to my collection of his films. Curdled is a film that can't be pinned down to any genre, it's really driven by the character of Gabriella, and we see the film through her eyes throughout the picture. It's more black than comedy, and the comedic parts are more quirky. Curdled is the kind of film that would've made a good short story, actually, it was a short film before Tarantino decided to produce and then distribute a feature version. It's worth watching if nothing else for Angela Jones performance, the way the premise is delicately handled and the great last act.