Following the events of Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2010), the sequel picks up where the first movie left off, and the birds and eagles are at it again. The attacks are greater this time, and there are even more threats around the corner: cavemen and zombies join the shock and terror in Birdemic 2.Written by
The only saving grace for this alleged movie, would have been seeing the LAPD or SWAT turning up when they are all running around shooting. As I don't believe there is yet a law for imprisoning people for crimes against art, I would like to hope that no-one involved in this is ever hired to work on a movie again, not even to fetch coffee.
From the wooden acting, terrible audio (buy a muffler guys) to the continuity errors, not to mention the childlike CGI, this cringe-worthy production had it all, I have to ask did they even watch the completed version? Did it not occur to anyone involved to look at editing the multitude of pauses between dialogue.
I hear people say this follow up was homage to how bad the first Birdemic was, but no I disagree, no-one could make anything as bad as this by design, I do hope those who bankrolled this abomination take time to read the reviews and ask just what the money was spent on, as restitution everyone involved would be better finding a different profession and funding a scholarship for a film student or purchasing film equipment for a local community media group.
I enjoy B-Movies expecting them to be bad, but fun, however, this genuinely made me feel sick and sorry for anyone who spent any money on supporting it being made.
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