A college freshman is killed during a fraternity prank and is resurrected as a demonic scarecrowA college freshman is killed during a fraternity prank and is resurrected as a demonic scarecrowA college freshman is killed during a fraternity prank and is resurrected as a demonic scarecrow
I would sum up, if there was anything to sum up.
Let it be known, that I enjoy bad movies. I really do. I am an actor, and screenwriter, and have many talented film-making friends. A few of us truly enjoy watching bad movies due to their skill in teaching us how not to make bad movies. But I am afraid I must speak candidly about this "Motion Picture" (for lack of a better term). This is the single worst picture that has ever been projectile vomited onto the silver screen. Within the course of my good friend and I watching this film, we were stunned at the sheer "Badness" of the picture. Keep in mind this is not "Bad" as in Michael Jackson's "Bad", but "Bad" as in: maggots eating a delicious decaying corpse would actually stop gorging themselves, stare in unbelief at the television screen and instantly learn the English language just to be able to say "Please someone kill me now". My friend and I actually lost all of our talents & abilities for a short time watching this movie. We were actually so sapped of strength, that we forgot how to make movies, or how to act or how to create anything because the "Black Hole" of all bad movies had risen in our midst and we began to be stretched out into pencil thin rails as we were slowly and systematically obliterated from existence. The only thing that saved us was the shared experience of seeing the pinnacle of bad movies. Even wading through the immense landfill of "Hammer" films we realized that they could never compare to what was happening to us at that moment in time. At the very least Hammer films are entertaining. They at least gave us something to laugh at until we couldn't keep food down. Please do not get me wrong. This movie must be applauded for its sheer Ability to destroy anyone who watches it. They have succeeded in making a film that realistically could kill you in 7 days if you watch it too long. I gave it a rating of 1 only because -1 was not an option that was given to me.
- May 12, 2006
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