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The sort of thing that gives crap movies a bad name.
I usually get very heated when my friends and colleagues question my taste in films: I passionately explain that unlike mainstream Hollywood movies, my preferred viewinglow-budget 'trash'is unpredictable, unique, and challenging, and that even the most seemingly worthless of films can yield unexpected delights.
However, that is not the case with Curse of the Cannibal Confederates, a film so completely wretched that it is utterly indefensible.
Risible production values, acting so bad that it doesn't even qualify as amateurish, thoroughly obnoxious characters, atrocious sound, laughable effects, a terrible script: this one is a stinker on practically every level. Even some graphic scenes of gut-munching prove totally boring thanks to Tony Malanowski's lifeless direction.
Do yourself a favour: on this occasion, go for the big-budget blockbuster. Even the blandest of PG-13 CGI-fests has got to have more to offer than The Curse of the Cannibal Confederates.
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