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Cult film for the Millennium!
Wow!--A MUST SEE! Make way for the new cult film of the millennium. This little fan-film is a hilarious outrage for anyone who has ever seen a Charles Band production.
I saw the Full Moon screening and was blown away.
Up there on the screen was a painfully accurate parody of Charles Band himself! A low budget film about a low budget film producer who makes bad puppet movies!!! The dialog and effects are over the top and unforgettable.
The casting was dead on and perfect.
And the Cameos were amazing! The producers of the film got a bunch of horror film directors to play, horror film directors, --Dave DeCotau, played himself, John Beuchler, played himself, Adam Green, played a bum... Okay so Adam Green ain't a bum, but he's funny as hell! -- Michelle Bauer played an aging eighties scream queen, and Kenneth J. Hall played a really bad self obsessed actor...
The movie will have you whooping with laughter as you are introduced to a new batch of bad puppet creations called the "Tiny Terrors" including Sh*t For Brains, Haunted Dildo, Treasure Chest, Knob Goblin..
And the old Ginger Dead guy is hysterical as the killer cookie on a rampage.
See this film!
Very Underrated film
This picture is well made and is a unique take on the Dracula mythos as it reflects the stage play revival, which was honestly more camp and more fun. None-the-less, it is a good film, one of the first pictures where an American company attempted to do a mainstream horror film in the 70's. It actually was scary and I believe it boasts one of the coolest visual effects ever seen. There's scene where Dracula transforms into a bat-thing, and it is cool. This was created in a time well before CGI, and it wasn't rubber, and it wasn't stop motion. I don't know what it was, but it was amazing! Any film that casts Laurence Oliver as Van Helsing can't be that bad.
The Eden Formula (2006)
A ton of FUN!
This little movie is a blast. It's a perfect parody of the the action dinosaur genre. To be sure, it's a low budget film, but the filmmakers seem to have embraced the whole action/cheese-ball/creature-on-the-loose on a zero-budget concept. From the recycled Carnosaur footage to the new stuff with the great rubbery reptile chowing down on people's heads,this thing is entertaining! Tony Todd and Jeff Fahey are classic. They're in on the joke and provide the suitable arch-types, as does Dee Wallace Stone, looking fantastic as she always does. Plus there's a great little cameo featuring "Hatchet" director's ADAM GREEN! The scene is downright hilarious. The film is full of bluster and over the top situations and comedy/horror genre joy! Highly recommended!
Deep Freeze (2002)
Pretty cool little Sci-Fi flick
I just saw this movie on the sci-fi channel last night, and it was really cool. I'm a big fan of the film-maker, and this is one that I missed.
Admittedly the script seemed to have some problems, perhaps too much ex-positional dialogue, but then again it was structured as sort of a 50's style creature feature, and given the film's obviously low budget, maybe that was an aesthetic choice. Anyway, they kept the film moving at a good pace.
The performances were pretty damned good too, considering there wasn't anyone in the cast that I'd ever seen in a movie before.
The big breasted German babe was fine, (wish we could've seen her boobs though).
Other than that, it had some great rubber monsters! A lot better than all that bad CGI crap you see now days. These cool bug creatures, (mutated, prehistoric Trilobites) about the size of a dog seemed to be running around all over the place. Don't now how they did it, but they looked great. I thought the film was a hell of a lot of fun.
This movie is a modern day adaptation of the classic novella.
Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde for the new Millennium. A clever adaptation of the book, the film updates the characters to fit into the modern Los Angeles setting. Horror fans should love the gore content in the first kill. A young woman is virtually torn to bits. Blood and guts splatter everywhere. The movie also pays homage to the classic horror films of the past. Reminiscent in many ways to the Universal and Hammer films approach to horror movies, the finale has recreated the classic look of Mr. Hyde complete with opera cape, tails, and top hat. This is obviously a small independent film, but the fast paced direction, witty writing, fine photography, special effects and Tony Todd's characterization make it a stand out. The titanic struggle between Jekyll and Hyde at the film's climax is not to be missed. In conclusion his version of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is enjoyable and totally entertaining!