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Michael Paul Girard
Lezlie Z. McCraw,
Ha ha, just kidding. The sound is awful. The actors were indecipherable for most of the film.
It's low-budget, trashy, apocalyptic stuff. I like Troma for the over-the-top gore and laughs, and this was lacking in those areas. A raving mad cannibal provided a few chuckles, but that was about it.
I got the impression the directors were intending for this to be much more disturbing than it actually was. They did succeed in one cringe-inducing scene, making me feel uncomfortable to the point of skipping ahead to the end of the scene.
The screenplay and some of the acting was one positive aspect of the film. What dialog I could make out seemed particularly realistic and strikingly out of the low-budget league. In particular, the teenage boys drinking and discussing their discovery of "dumpster baby" was fairly well-acted.
The best part of the DVD is the trailer for Poultrygeist. That movie looks fantastic.
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