Jack Slade was born during a solar eclipse in the year 1980. 18 years later, he finds out he has the ability to travel into the future. He projects himself into the year 2035, where society...
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Jack Slade was born during a solar eclipse in the year 1980. 18 years later, he finds out he has the ability to travel into the future. He projects himself into the year 2035, where society has been destroyed by a fascist regiment of psychopathic doctors that rule the wastelands, creating deformed mutants with a serum synthesized from the flesh of dead aliens. Now Slade must travel back to the year 1998 to destroy a device known as the wavelength generator, which opened the dimensional gateways to these alien beings. With the help of an army of female outlaws and a sleazy detective, Slade re-connects with the star child Khadijah, who holds the key to stopping these tragic events from ever taking place.Written by
Terry Gilliam's Brazil as well as 12 Monkeys, David Lynch's Dune, Lamont Johnson's Spacehunter: Adventures In The Forbidden Zone and straight to video sci-fi films of the VHS era were the main influences for 2035: Forbidden Dimensions. See more »
It's not only not worth seeing - it's not even worth reading the reviews
If a group of Junior High School students with no discernible artistic talent decided to create, produce and act in a movie using only a Handicam and a pirated copy of iMovie then this is the movie that they would make.
I would not say that this movie was awful because it would have to really strive for an upgrade in quality to rise to the ranks of awful. Full of rubber Halloween masks, Junior High drama club acting and a heavy handed score that I am absolutely certain had to be ripped off from elsewhere because finding any sort of talent in this movie would be an amazement.
I watched only 15 minutes and that was 14 minutes too many. This piece of crap is a tribute to incompetent people everywhere who have no clue whatsoever as to their true lack of talent. I wish the the writers, actors,directors and film crew well in their future careers in the fast food industry.
EDIT (5-17) I see that one of the actors involved in this train wreck has shown up, identified themselves as such and - unsurprisingly - given the film a 10 star review. 10 stars?? Seriously ???? ! Ugh :( She also mentions that the film was supposed to emulate the camera shooting style of the 1980's. FAIL! I was alive during the 1980's. I know the 1980's and this movie Ma'am has nothing to do with the 1980 - shooting style or otherwise.
I also forced myself to watch the entire movie. If anything it gets worse after 15 minutes - much worse. It's like an interactive horror movie where the real horror is you watching your screen in bored disbelief.
Edit Part Deux: I see that yet another person associated with the production of this unmitigated disaster has come online to call this a "loving homage to 80's films". This is as much a loving homage to 80's films as much as Hannibal Lechter was a loving homage to fava beans. The film has nothing to do with the 80's and is only a homage to horrid film-making everywhere. In that it excels. If you pirated this film be sure to send the makers of this stinker a bill for your bandwidth because they owe you - they owe you bigtime.
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